[Freeswitch-users] Can gateways be configured on a per user basis?
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon Apr 13 08:33:08 PDT 2009
You can store gateway xml in both a user and in the sofia.conf, we don't
enforce which ones who can use because that would be a function of the
dialplan but you can certainly store them in your configs that way and set
the names of a user's specifc gateways in a variable that would be present
on each inbound call.
On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 1:05 PM, Eric Chamberlain <eric at rf.com> wrote:
> I'm exploring the capabilities of FreeSwitch and have some questions:
> Can gateways be configured on a per user basis?
> A user needs to be limited to only their own gateways and other users
> can't user their gateway.
> Something like:
> User 1 has two gateways - VoIP provider A and VoIP provider B
> User 2 also has two gateways - VoIP provider A and VoIP provider C
> User 3 has ten gateways
> User 4 has one gateway
> Is it possible to have some gateway settings global and some user
> specific, say proxy and port info global, but username and password
> are specific to each user?
> Is it also possible to specify on a per user basis whether the user's
> gateway will register for the provider? Using the example above, User
> 1 and User 2 would both register with VoIP provider A.
> And can that registration happen even if User 1 or User 2 don't have
> any SIP endpoints registered with FreeSwitch?
> Eric Chamberlain
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> Freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
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