FreeSWITCHeR Copyright © 2009 The Rubyists (Jayson Vaughn, Tj Vanderpoel, Michael Fellinger, Kevin Berry) Distributed under the terms of the MIT License.

ABOUT


A ruby library for interacting with the “FreeSWITCH” (www.freeswitch.org) opensource telephony platform

REQUIREMENTS


  • ruby (>= 1.8)

  • eventmachine (If you wish to use Outbound and Inbound listener)

USAGE


An Outbound Event Listener Example that reads and returns DTMF input:


Simply just create a subclass of FSR::Listner::Outbound and all new calls/sessions will invoke the “session_initiated” callback method.

NOTE: FSR uses blocks within the 'session_inititated' method to ensure that the next “freeswich command” is not executed until the previous “Freeswitch command” has finished. (Basically a continuation) This is kicked off by “answer do”.

#!/usr/bin/ruby
require 'fsr'
require 'fsr/listener/outbound'

class OutboundDemo < FSR::Listener::Outbound

  def session_initiated
    exten = @session.headers[:caller_caller_id_number]
    FSR::Log.info "*** Answering incoming call from #{exten}"

    answer do
      FSR::Log.info "***Reading DTMF from #{exten}"
      read("/home/freeswitch/freeswitch/sounds/music/8000/sweet.wav", 4, 10, "input", 7000) do |read_var|
        FSR::Log.info "***Success, grabbed #{read_var.to_s.strip} from #{exten}"
        # Tell the caller what they entered
        speak("Got the DTMF of: #{read_var.to_s.strip}") do 
          #Hangup the call
          hangup 
        end
      end
    end

  end

end

FSR.start_oes! OutboundDemo, :port => 8084, :host => "127.0.0.1"

An Inbound Event Socket Listener example using FreeSWITCHeR's hook system:


#!/usr/bin/ruby
require 'fsr'
require "fsr/listener/inbound"

class MyEventListener < FSR::Listener::Inbound
  def before_session
    # This adds a hook on CHANNEL_CREATE events. You can also create a method to handle the event you're after. See the next example
    add_event(:CHANNEL_CREATE) { |e| p e }

    # This adds a hook on CHANNEL_HANGUP events with a callback method.
    add_event(:CHANNEL_HANGUP) { |e| channel_hangup(e) }
  end

  def channel_hangup(event)
    p event
  end

  def on_event(event)
    # This gets called for _every_ event that's subscribed (through add_event)
    p event
  end
end

# Start FSR Inbound Listener
FSR.start_ies!(MyEventListener, :host => "localhost", :port => 8021)

A More Advanced Example, Publishing Events To A Web Socket:


class MyWebSocketClient < Struct.new(:reporter, :socket, :channel_id)
  Channel = EM::Channel.new

  def initialize(reporter, socket)
    self.reporter, self.socket = reporter, socket
    socket.onopen(&method(:on_open))
    socket.onmessage(&method(:on_message))
    socket.onclose(&method(:on_close))
  end

  def on_message(json)
    msg = JSON.parse(json)
    FSR::Log.info "Websocket got #{msg}"
  end

  def send(msg)
    socket.send(msg.to_json)
  end

  def on_open
    FSR::Log.info("Subscribed listener")
    self.channel_id = Channel.subscribe { |message| send(message) }
  end

  def on_close
    Channel.unsubscribe(channel_id)
    FSR::Log.info("Unsubscribed listener")
  end
end

# Add the Channel to your event listener
class MyEventListener
  def on_event(event)
    MyWebSocketClient::Channel << event.content
  end
end

# Start Listener within and EM.run
EM.epoll
EM.run do
  server, port = '127.0.0.1', 8021
  EventMachine.connect(server, port, MyEventListener, auth: 'MyPassword') do |listener|
    FSR::Log.info "MyEventListener connected to #{server} on #{port}"
    EventMachine.start_server('0.0.0.0'), 8080, EventSocket::WebSocket::Connection, {}) do |websocket|
      MyWebSocketClient.new(listener, websocket)
    end
  end
end

An Inbound Event Socket Listener example using the on_event callback method instead of hooks:


#!/usr/bin/ruby
require 'pp'
require 'fsr'
require "fsr/listener/inbound"

class IesDemo < FSR::Listener::Inbound

  def on_event
    pp event.headers
    pp event.content[:event_name]
  end

end

FSR.start_ies!(IesDemo, :host => "localhost", :port => 8021, :auth => "ClueCon")

An example of using FSR::CommandSocket to originate a new call in irb:


irb(main):001:0> require 'fsr'
=> true

irb(main):002:0> FSR.load_all_commands
=> [:sofia, :originate]

irb(main):003:0> sock = FSR::CommandSocket.new
=> #<FSR::CommandSocket:0xb7a89104 @server="127.0.0.1", @socket=#<TCPSocket:0xb7a8908c>, @port="8021", @auth="ClueCon">

irb(main):007:0> sock.originate(:target => 'sofia/gateway/carlos/8179395222', :endpoint => FSR::App::Bridge.new("user/bougyman")).run
=> {"Job-UUID"=>"732075a4-7dd5-4258-b124-6284a82a5ae7", "body"=>"", "Content-Type"=>"command/reply", "Reply-Text"=>"+OK Job-UUID: 732075a4-7dd5-4258-b124-6284a82a5ae7"}

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