[Freeswitch-users] IP authentication

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Tue Apr 29 18:17:41 PDT 2008

	here are the list of things you can do:

1. sip_profiles/default.xml -> change context to default and set auth- 
2. Then you can use ${network_addr} in your conditions or the ${acl()}  
function an example is in the default.xml dialplan.


On Apr 29, 2008, at 4:44 PM, Jed Stafford wrote:

> This feel's like a very stupid question, but i've scoured for hours  
> through the documents, and samples I can find without finding an  
> answer. I'm assuming I'm missing something very obvious.
> I'm just trying to have freeswitch accept a call from a static IP  
> address, then forward that call to a provider, essentially a very  
> static SIP proxy.
> I've tried added my IP in question to the acl.xml file, but no  
> success. All calls are rejected with a 407 Auth required.
> Thanks for any pointers. I think I will write a paragraph or two on  
> this when I get it working, as it's something I think a lot of  
> people are looking to try. Asterisk will not scale enough, and I  
> don't want to do this via OpenSER/RTPProxy, etc.
> -Jed
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