[asterisk-users] External call control for Asterisk
asghar144 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 19 11:30:15 CDT 2013
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On Fri, Apr 19, 2013 at 10:43 AM, Lenz Emilitri <lenz.loway at gmail.com>wrote:
> Not sure if that's what you are looking for, but I would think about
> having the dialplan call a web service (maybe using CURL) and passing
> account and current number. The system would reply with the number to
> actually dial, or none if blocked, and the maximum possible call length.
> Then it's all Asterisk (or turtles all the way down).
> 2013/4/10 Simon Green <simon.c.green at gmail.com>
>> Hi there, I’m new to Asterisk and there’s a ton of documentation. I’m not
>> really sure where to start. What I want to do is this: a PBX service ala
>> FreePBX, but where call control is passed via SIP to an external service
>> which will tell Asterisk:
>> a) * Whether the call is allowed
>> b) * Where to connect the call, if necessary (i.e. forced
>> redirection to a C-party)
>> c) * To disconnect the call at some time in future based on
>> charging considerations (i.e. online charging)
>> There is also the option of not using Asterisk at all, and simply using
>> the other service directly, but Asterisk is much better suited to handling
>> end-user devices. The external service does control logic only.
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