[Freeswitch-users] user access

UV uv at talknet.com.au
Tue Aug 5 22:33:58 PDT 2008

I think the proper way of doing that is by assigning users to different
dialplan user contexts according to their Class of Service.


For example, an easy way of doing that is to define a user_context
“Not_Allowed_PSTN” for a specific directory user 1010

      <variable name="user_context" value=" Not_Allowed_PSTN "/>


Create a new context called “Not_Allowed_PSTN” and handle those calls as you
like or just add a prefix 0001 and send to the default context:

      <condition field="destination_number" expression="^(.*)$">

            <action application="transfer" data="0001$1 XML default"/>




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Subject: [Freeswitch-users] user access



Anyone have suggestions on how to the enable the following scenario?  Allow
internal but control external per user.

More importantly how to disable or enable PSTN access for a specific user in
a domain (profile)?


user1 at domain1.com <--> FS <--> Allowed PSTN

user1 at domain1.com <--> FS <--> user2 at domain1.com 


user2 at domain1.com <--> FS <--> Not Allowed PSTN

user2 at domain1.com <--> FS <--> user1 at domain1.com 





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