[Freeswitch-users] Controlling an inbound call remotely over ESL - dialplan question

Vallimamod Abdullah vma at vallimamod.org
Mon Apr 9 09:04:44 UTC 2018


You can use the park application to place an incoming call in a waiting state. Then  you can listen and react to channel_park event through esl.
You can also look at mod_fifo if you want some moh and announcement.

Best Regards,
Vallimamod Abdullah
SIP Solutions

> On 9 Apr 2018, at 09:48, Andrew Keil <andrew.keil at visytel.com> wrote:
> To FreeSWITCH users,
> I would like to control an inbound call to FreeSWITCH via "inbound ESL to FreeSWITCH" and I need to know how I can write a simple diaplan which basically does nothing (just sits there and does not even answer the caller and does not hangup on the caller).  Then I should be able to control the entire call remotely over ESL (even call answer).  Maybe I do not even need a dialplan?
> Please note that I am wishing to use "inbound ESL to FreeSWITCH" to control the call, not outbound ESL, and I fully understand how to send API commands over ESL.
> Andrew
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