[Freeswitch-dev] Configuring FREESwitch as ENUM server
lconroy at insensate.co.uk
Thu Mar 7 14:00:36 MSK 2013
Strictly speaking, there is no such thing as an ENUM server --
as Ken says, it's just a DNS server that is authoritative for domains within (I'd guess in your case) 1.9.e164.arpa.
=> If you *really* mean ENUM, you need to look for a scheme to provision NAPTR data into those domains, and need to get the "owner" of the parent zone to point to your DNS servers for those domains.
Freeswitch (or any other sensible softswitch) will check for ENUM records if you configure it, and calls "will just work".
all the best,
On 7 Mar 2013, at 04:42, Ken Rice wrote:
> FreeSWITCH is not an ENUM server... It is a requester of ENUM
> information.... An ENUM Server by definition is a DNS server...
> You should be looking at how to configure your prefered DNS service software
> to provide ENUM information, then via mod_enum FreeSWITCH will query that
> DNS server for the information
> Configuring an ENUM enabled DNS server is beyond the scope of FreeSWITCH,
> but there may be some information on the FreeSWITCH wiki on how to do that
> On 3/6/13 10:32 PM, "Anindo Mazumdar" <ec.amazumdar at tatapowersed.com> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> We are trying to configure FREESwitch as ENUM server. We were only able to
>> find the following wiki doc explaining how to configure
>> FREESwitch(http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Mod_enum), but were unable to
>> comprehend it because of unfamiliarity with FREESwitch. Is anyone knowing of a
>> better approach for solving the same issue?
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