[Freeswitch-users] Delay Bye Message

Stanislav Sinyagin ssinyagin at gmail.com
Sat Oct 7 21:05:05 UTC 2017

If you bridge a call, and your user hangs up, you you can send silence to
the other leg and hang-up after a timer. This would increase the call
duration, but cause inconvenience to your user's counterparty.

On 7 Oct 2017 21:04, "Alexander Perkins" <alexanderhenryperkins at gmail.com>

> Hi.  I have what appears to be an unusual request.
> One of my clients has a clause in his contract with the local telco/sip
> provider that requires the majority of calls to be at or greater than 12
> seconds.  On a former platform, he has an option called 'Delayed Bye
> Message.'  This option, if checked, allows him to specify how many seconds
> to delay hanging up the call once leg B initiates the request.  So, all
> calls will last at least 12 seconds.  Does anyone know how to do that with
> Freeswitch?  Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Thank you,
> Alex Perkins
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