[Freeswitch-users] FS gateway which registers into FS

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Wed Feb 23 03:21:53 MSK 2011

Could you re-draw your layout? I think my email reader munged the diagram so
it makes it hard to know exactly how everything is laid out.

As far as gateways are concerned, those are primarily for handling either
registrations to other servers or to answer auth challenges that come from
other servers. So if FreeSWITCH will register to Server A (or Server B) then
you need a gateway. You would also need a gateway if Server A (or B) will
send an auth challenge whenever FreeSWITCH sends a call to it. (Hope that
made sense.)


On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 8:32 AM, Shigeru Kanemoto <sgk at ppona.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am new to FreeSWITCH and having a headache configuring it. My
> experiences to Asterisk do not work completely. I appreciate your
> suggestion.
> I am trying to setup a central SIP server which accepts registers from
> subsidiary SIP servers which is behind NAT and has no fixed IP
> address. Each subsidiary servers have extension number ranges. I have
> to route such extension ranges to each SIP servers.
> FS central server
>   <--- (NAT) --- Server A (ext. 1000 - 1099)
>   <--- (NAT) --- Server B (ext. 1100 - 1199)
>   <--- (NAT) --- Phone ext. 1201
>   <--- (NAT) --- Phone ext. 1202
> According to the wiki page
> http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Clarification:gateways , I created an
> XML file under "conf/directory/default" for a gateway setting inside a
> <user> block. In my configuration, the gateway setting is parsed in
> the profile "internal".
> My current problem is the dialplan "bridge" application does not work
> to bridge to the destination like "sofia/gateway/server-a/1001". The
> call terminates after printing a log message like "[NOTICE]
> sofia.c:5082 Hangup sofia/internal/1001 [CS_CONSUME_MEDIA]
> What is my mistake? Is it wrong to use the "gateway" feature for such
> purpose?
> sgk
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