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 From :  "Marco Bisignano" <mbisignano@p...>
 Subject :  Call pre-emption and sending of a pre-registered audio
 Date :  Tue, 7 Jan 2014 15:57:41 +0100
Hello, I'm trying to implement a Call Admission Control mechanism on Yate
based on the Resource-Priority header (RFC 4412); I'm able to do a
pre-emption on an existing call with lower priority and with soft-phone
there are no problem, but when I use physical phones, the first call (with
lower priority) go down but the second one (with higher priority) never come
up because the receiver is not hanged up. So here are my questions:

 

1.       How can I avoid this issue? 

2.       There is in Yate a way to send a pre-registered audio file to
inform the end user that the call has been pre-empted so he can hang up the
receiver before or after the existent call is pre-empted ?

 

Thank you for your attention and obviously I'll be happy to share with the
Yate team my results and my change to Yate code.

BR

 

Marco

 




Hello, I’m trying to implement a Call Admission Control mechanism on Yate based on the Resource-Priority header (RFC 4412); I’m able to do a pre-emption on an existing call with lower priority and with soft-phone there are no problem, but when I use physical phones, the first call (with lower priority) go down but the second one (with higher priority) never come up because the receiver is not hanged up. So here are my questions:

 

1.       How can I avoid this issue?

2.       There is in Yate a way to send a pre-registered audio file to inform the end user that the call has been pre-empted so he can hang up the receiver before or after the existent call is pre-empted ?

 

Thank you for your attention and obviously I’ll be happy to share with the Yate team my results and my change to Yate code.

BR

 

Marco