[Freeswitch-users] Mutual Registration of servers

Otis abeka at greatiam.com
Tue Dec 8 09:47:53 PST 2009

Otis wrote:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">Michael 
> Collins wrote:
>> On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 11:30 PM, Samuel Abekah-Mensah 
>> <abeka at greatiam.com <mailto:abeka at greatiam.com>> wrote:
>>     Pardon me if this has been addressed already.
>>     How does one go about having in the simplest instance 2 servers
>>     registering with each other on startup whereby the users registering
>>     would be able to call each other.
>>     The 2 servers are in different domains.
>>     Thanks.
>> Are the two servers in different locations? Different LANs? Is NAT 
>> involved? Just checking. Really this is just a matter of loading the 
>> default config on each machine and then making some decisions about 
>> the dialplan: do you want prefix dialing so that you can have ext 
>> 1000 at both locations or do you want to have something like 
>> 1000~1099 at location A and 1100~1199 at location B? From there it's 
>> just a matter of creating the gateways on each machine and adding a 
>> dialplan entry to handle the routing.
>> -MC
> Hello Michael
> Thanks
> Are the two servers in different locations?  Yes
> Different LANs?  Yes
> Is NAT involved? Yes but for my test Nat is not . The production setup 
> I have in mind will certainly have Nat
> Each location will have their won set of extension but there could be 
> some overlap.
> On server A a user would dial,. for example, 98 followed by the 
> extension number of the user on server B  and the call would then be 
> routed  to the extension on server B.  And the same could be from 
> Server B to a user on Server A
> MC
> Thanks
> .
> </div>
 Please olks could someone let meknow if it is at possible. I have tried 
using the connecting to Asterisk  without success, mimicked the link to 
a gateway unsuccessfully.  Could someone please let me kno which .xml 
files to create etc.



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