Node-RED nodes for jambonz platform
This pallette contains a set of nodes that allow the user to create applications that respond to jambonz webhooks.
This node is used to receive and process an incoming webhook. Every jambonz flow should begin with a
webhook in node.
This node allows the user to specify the URL path for the webhook as well as http method: GET or PUT
This node is used to respond to a webhook request, optionally sending back a jambonz application or an user authentication response.
This node is used to validate a sip user authentication challenge. The incoming webhook that is used for sip user authentication includes the components of the SIP Authorization header in
user auth node allows the user to specify either the associated plaintext or hashed password and performs digest authentication to determine whether the user is authenticated. The deterination is recorded in
msg.authResponse which can subsequently be sent back to the jambonz platform via a
webhook out node.
Connects a call into a conference
The dequeue verb removes the a call from the front of a specified queue and bridges that call to the current caller.
The dial verb is used to create a new call by dialing out to a number, a registered sip user, a sip endpoint, or a Microsoft Teams user.
The dialogflow verb is used to connect a call to a Google dialogflow bot.
The enqueue command is used to place a caller in a queue.
The gather command is used to collect dtmf or speech input.
The hangup command terminates the call and ends the application
The leave verb transfers a call out of a queue. The call then returns to the flow of execution following the enqueue verb that parked the call, or the document returned by that verbs actionHook property, if provided.
The listen verb sends a real-time audio stream for a call to a websocket server.
The pause command waits silently for a specified number of seconds.
The play command is used to stream recorded audio to a call.
The redirect action is used to transfer control to another JSON document taht is retrieved from the specified url. All actions after redirect are unreachable and ignored.
The say command is used to send synthesized speech to the remote party. The text provided may be either plain text or may use SSML tags.
The sip:decline action is used to reject an incoming call with a specific status and, optionally, a reason and SIP headers to include on the response.
The tag verb is used to add properties to the standard call attributes that jambonz includes on every action or call status HTTP POST request.