[asterisk-users] Bridging an Answered call in Asterisk with another call

Satish Barot satish4asterisk at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 00:03:11 CDT 2012

Make your user wait in a *Meetme* and then call your destination number
through AMI and once he answers, place him in the same *Meetme*.

e.g. Assuming your destination is SIP extension, have something like...

Action: Originate
Channel: SIP/{your_destination_here}
Application: MeetMe
Data: {your_meetme_number_here}

Hope this helps.
--Satish Barot

On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 9:06 PM, Jayesh Nambiar <jayesh.voip at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello All,
> I need to know a way of connecting an Answered call in Asterisk to another
> call which was triggered by an AMI. I have a scenario as follows:
> 1) User dials 123 from a touch screen Polycom phone.
> 2) Call comes to Asterisk and Asterisk answers the call and asks for PIN
> number.
> 3) Once the PIN is validated, Asterisk sends a User Event through AMI
> which invokes a browser in the Polycom phone.
> 4) The Browser will have a Text-Box to Enter the destination number where
> the caller wants to be bridged.
> 5) The caller enters this number in the browser which is sent as a
> Originate command to Asterisk through the AMI. Please note Asterisk does
> not get this number as DTMF events !!
> 6) Now, I need to BRIDGE this originated call from the AMI with the actual
> caller who is already present in Answered state in Asterisk probably
> listening to some music.
> Is there any straightforward application or function to achieve this in
> Asterisk.
> Any ideas or directions will be of great help !!
> Thanks,
> --- Jayesh
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