[SR-Users] Carrier IP on softphone call history !!!

Alex Balashov abalashov at evaristesys.com
Fri May 4 19:44:13 CEST 2018

That said, there are plenty of people who will tell you that topoh and topos work fine for most unextraordinary use-cases. You may want to give that a shot first for simplicity's sake. But if you run into eccentric problems, don't crawl down the rabbit hole. :-) 

On May 4, 2018 1:32:27 PM EDT, KamDev Essa <kamdevessa at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am very familiar with Freeswitch and adding that in the design. 
>Thanks for the suggestion. Will update here.
>thanks again.
>On Friday, May 4, 2018, 1:22:10 PM EDT, Alex Balashov
><abalashov at evaristesys.com> wrote:  
> On Fri, May 04, 2018 at 05:16:39PM +0000, KamDev Essa wrote:
>>  Whats the config or architecture look like for shunting calls
>>  a signalling-only B2BUA. Can you please elaborate.
>For starters, you need to pick a signalling-only B2BUA. This can be
>Asterisk or Freeswitch configured for media bypass, or SEMS or
>The architecture would be something like:
>  Carrier --> B2BUA --> Kamailio --> End-user.
>At least, it seems to me that's easiest.
>For outbound calls:
>  $ru = 'sip:destination at host';
>  $du = 'sip:b2bua.addr';
>  if(!t_relay())
>      t_relay();
>That's one approach. Depends on the B2BUA. It may be easiest to pass
>onward RURI to it in a custom SIP header:
>  append_hf("X-RURI: sip:destination at host\r\n");
>  $ru = 'sip:b2bua.addr';
>  if(!t_relay())
>      sl_reply_error();
>Of course, the way the B2BUA works will dictate what you do with
>on it as well. The intent would be to pass it onto Kamailio on the B
>-- Alex

-- Alex

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