[asterisk-dev] Detecting B-leg channels

Kevin Harwell kharwell at sangoma.com
Tue Aug 24 13:51:02 CDT 2021

What's the overall scenario you are trying to solve? Perhaps there is
another way to do what you want to do without even modifying Asterisk code?
For example, maybe this is something an ARI application could handle, or
even straight dialplan using a combination of app_dial, pre-dial handlers,
and such.

On Mon, Aug 23, 2021 at 5:29 AM Nikša Baldun <it at voxdiversa.hr> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am trying to modify bridge.c (function ast_bridge_transfer_attended)
> in order to send channels involved in SIP attended transfer to the
> dialplan. If both transferee and transfer target are bridged, that is
> relatively easy. However, if transfer target is ringing, I don't know
> how to find B-leg channels (there could be multiple, I suppose). So the
> question is, having a reference to A-leg channel, how to obtain a list
> of B-leg channels?
> Best regards,
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