Re: Creating a SIP Call from asterisk without any external trigger

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On Wed, Nov 22, 2017, at 09:48 AM, vijay sukumaran nair wrote:
> Dear Joshua,
> Thank you for the reply.
> As you understand, I do not have SIP request to generate sip_pvt
> structure & a SIP channel.
> 1. Is it possible to trigger dial plan (extensions.conf - default
> context) and create SIP request (INVITE) on the new channel I created?
> Would this create a SIP channel ?     - If yes, how can I do that?    -
> Is it possible to bind the new channel and the SIP channel created?
> 2. What are the asterisk API's available to originate a SIP invite
> outside of SIP channel?
> Thanks, Vijay. 

Anything in Asterisk can originate an outgoing channel and call a
device. You can use the AMI originate or CLI command as a basis to
understanding that.

What you can't do is pretend a SIP INVITE arrived into Asterisk somehow
and create a SIP channel and send it into the dialplan. You can only
place an outgoing call to a device that once answered goes where you

If this isn't what you need to do then there's nothing really built in
to do what you want precisely.

Joshua Colp
Digium, Inc. | Senior Software Developer
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