[Freeswitch-users] Inbound calls
brian at freeswitch.org
Mon Jan 26 12:07:22 PST 2009
Yes you would use the directory... you add a cidr= attr to the user in
Say you add a user into "domain.com":
<user id="1000" cidr="188.8.131.52/32">
Then in acl.conf.xml you have something like this:
<list name="domains" default="deny">
<node type="allow" domain="domain.com"/>
the above entry would create an acl from all users in "domain.com"
that then you could use to apply to the sofia profile. You would set
the variable user_context on the user and thats what context that user
would go into.
On another note please don't hijack threads. Click new message and
input the address freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org, if you click
reply to an existing message and change the subject and body you are
hijacking threads which is what you did on this post.
On Jan 26, 2009, at 1:58 PM, Ron McCarthy wrote:
> If I allow the IPs in a ACL the context always ges changed, is their
> a way you can have inbound calls be auth'ed via a gateway and then
> sent to a context. Do I use the directory in that case and not treat
> it as a external gateway, it would be considered internal then?
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