[OpenSIPS-Users] How to end a call after a specific elapsed time
cristian.galvez at gmail.com
Mon Nov 3 20:24:46 CET 2008
> Hello everybody,
> I'm beginning to work with OpenSips some months ago, and I get opensips
> running on Ubuntu 7.10 and 8.04 (I tried with Kamailio too, but I couldn't
> get running on that platforms, so I discarded working with it).
> I want to know how to set a timeout for duration's call (for subscriber's
> quota controlling).
> I've been studying the sst, dialog and tm modules, and I think the dialog
> modules would permit me that (by setting some callback function ) for
> catching the timeout, let's say of 3 minutes, of a call has elapsed that
> duration, and this way (inside the callback function) to send a BYE SIP
> message to end that call.
> I would really appreciate somebody can help me with this, either giving me
> an example of code (ideally, to faster knowledge of use), or indicating me
> and URL where can I get more clarifier documentation apart of the
> http://www.opensips.org/html/docs/modules, because I'm already working
> with that but I isn't enough.
> Thanks in advance.
> Cristian Galvez
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