[Blink] New Blink Qt 3.0.0 version for MS Windows
dan at ag-projects.com
Fri May 12 23:29:13 CEST 2017
On 05/12/17 21:58, Mediacast Guy wrote:
> On 5/9/2017 1:41 AM, Dan Pascu wrote:
>>> I called into a SIP number using my cell phone and tried to transfer the call to another cell phone. It didn't work.
>> I literally addressed this particular example in my answer above and stated that it won't work as SIP-to-PSTN gateways
>> do not support call transfer.
>>> Then I tried to transfer to another SIP number it didn't work.
>> If one leg of the call was still a mobile phone, nothing changed nothing changed, so yes it would still not work.
>>> What I don't understand is why it worked before. It's
>>> confusing because I've been told that "call transfer is a function of the client not of the provider." Isn't Blink the
>> It takes two to tango. I laid down the conditions that need to be satisfied in my answer above. Both endpoints
>> (clients) need to support call transfer. One endpoint/client (Blink) cannot magically make the other endpoint
>> initiate/participate in a call transfer if the other endpoint/client doesn't support call transfer.
>> In all your examples that do not work you mention one endpoint being a mobile phone, hence one endpoint/client is a
>> SIP-to-PSTN gateway that doesn't support this.
>> Plus if you want to talk specifics as to why your particular attempt failed, we cannot do that by guessing what is
>> wrong or inferring the cause from loose descriptions. A SIP trace will show what is going on.
> Too much caffeine? Don't assume everyone else understands this as well as you do. Otherwise, thanks for the answer.
I have never drunk coffee in my life, since you wanna talk about
assuming, but I must say I'm fascinated by your approach to solving your
issue. Let me know if it works out for you.
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