[Freeswitch-users] The domain_name variable and domains in FreeSWITCH

Brian Foster bdfoster at endigotech.com
Tue Aug 14 05:37:11 MSD 2012

This falls into the multi tenant catagory. Please do a search on the wiki
for multitenant there are guides on how to change that behavior. Its a
relatively simple process. However you need to change certain aspects like
file locations to accomidate multiple tenants. By default $$domain is
generated as the local ipv4 address.

Brian Foster
Endigo Computer LLC

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On Aug 13, 2012 9:43 AM, "Emrah" <eka at ekanet.net> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I have been an Asterisk user for almost 10 years... God I'm glad I took
> the leap and tried FS!
> Congratulations to all of you for the amazing dev you've put together.
> I have been trying to understand in depth how the domain_name variable is
> used throughout FS. Or more in general, what defines a domain name and how
> is it used?
> It doesn't seem that FS is domain sensitive for registrations /
> authenticated calls. If both sip.example.com and fs.example.com are IN A
>, I can register on both domains with no
> distinction whatsoever.
> How does that work?
> Best to you and thanks for your precious answers.
> --
> Emrah
> <eka at ekanet.net>
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