[Freeswitch-users] Gateway context for incoming calls

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Fri Mar 12 22:59:20 PST 2010

Try sending one of these calls to the info application in your public
dialplan. Most likely there will be a few fields which you can key off of in
your dialplan conditions. If your providers have static IPs then you can
always use the network_addr field to match on. Once you match on a
particular IP address (or whichever field) then you can execute the transfer
app and send the call to another context altogether:

<extension name="example IP addr match">
    <condition field="network_addr" expression="^1\.2\.3\.4$"/> <!-- IP addr
of originating server -->
    <condition field="destination_number" expression="^(.*)$">
         <action application="transfer" data="$1 XML my_context"/>

Let us know how it goes.

On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 9:34 PM, Tim St. Pierre <
fs-list at communicatefreely.net> wrote:

> Hello,
> Is there a way for incoming calls from a gateway to go to a context other
> than the default one set
> in the sofia profile?  I need a way to separate calls from providers vs.
> calls from the public at large.
> Here's the scenario:
> Our external sofia profile maps to the public IP address and listens on
> port 5060.  Our providers
> send calls to this address, but we also need to have anonymous sip calls
> come in to the public
> address, on the default port.  We want the calls from our SIP trunks to get
> billed appropriately,
> and increment our mod_limit counters, etc.  If a call comes in from
> somewhere other than a SIP
> trunk, we want it to have access to extensions, but be rated as a free
> call.
> All our SIP trunks are mapped using static addresses - there isn't any
> registration or
> authentication happening in either direction.  Each one has a gateway
> entry.
> Thanks!
> -Tim
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