[asterisk-dev] Placing a new outbound call using C

Joel jjshoe at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 17:25:22 MST 2007

Re-iterating one more time, since it's not clear

Specifics: Create a call from C without using .call files

I would love to see it done not through the manager. I am currently using
the manager, but I'm mostly interested in skipping that step.

Specifics: Create a call from C without using .call files

once more:

Specifics: Create a call from C without using .call files

On 3/8/07, Steve Edwards <asterisk.org at sedwards.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 8 Mar 2007, Joel wrote:
> > Steve,
> >
> > Yes, I'm aware of using a standard .call file, and scheduling by
> touching it
> > to a specific time in the future. Now let's think about writing an app
> in c.
> > Ideally I would just call a C function to place that call instead of
> writing
> > a .call file from my application. Let's keep in mind just how heavy of a
> > load I/O can be.
> What kind of volume are you anticipating? Is it "peaky" or steady stream?
> What I/O load are you concerned with?
> My desktop box can create (from a C application) over 10,000 call files
> per second. I'm assuming this is way more than you need :)
> The only 2 "triggers" I can think of right now are call files and AMI.
> If you want to call a C function to place the call and you don't want
> to do call files, that sounds like AMI.
> How about a daemon that sleeps until the next scheduled call and then uses
> AMI? You could use IPC to queue scheduling requests.
> How about some more specifics :)
> Thanks in advance,
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