[Freeswitch-users] How to receive incoming calls from Huawei dongle and mod_gsmopen?
gmaruzz at gmail.com
Mon May 16 23:48:34 MSD 2016
Have you compiled and loaded the module?
Do you have any trace of its presence in freeswitch console?
Also, if you are not an expert I would definitely counseil you not to try
uncharted things like gsmopen on won with fusionpbx. It's just too complex.
Do it after you master both fusionpbx and FreeSWITCH.
My two cents :)
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Il 16/Mag/2016 21:10, "Gabriel MdS" <gabriel at cefet.net> ha scritto:
> I'm a newbie trying to setup FreeSWITCH with FusionPBX and mod_gsmopen.
> I'm using the 32bit version in Windows 7, compiled from current source
> (version 1.7) in Visual Studio 2015 Community.
> My Huawei dongle is E1756, unlocked and with voice calls enabled.
> Currently I am able to call my IVR menu directly by dialing from my
> softphone and I am also able to originate outbound calls after adding a
> rule using FusionPbx Dialplan Manager.
> However if I try to call the dongle it keeps ringing, not being answered
> and no log is displayed in console. My gsmopen.conf.xml file has the
> following lines:
> <param name="context" value="public"/>
> <param name="destination" value="incoming_gsm_call"/>
> And I've set a new dialplan in fusionpbx rule with:
> condition > context > public
> condition > destination_number > incoming_gsm_call
> action > transfer > 500 XML default (500 being the main IVR menu extension)
> Am I missing something to get this working or maybe there is some setting
> wrong with my dongle?
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