[Freeswitch-users] Understanding mod_verto dial-string to activate verto to all local extensions

Ricardo Hernandez ricardo.hernandez at cibersys.com
Fri Jun 5 18:37:50 MSD 2015

Hi, I'm trying to implement the changes explained in
https://freeswitch.org/confluence/display/FREESWITCH/mod_verto, to activate

The part I don't understand fully is the dial-string changes, for example
in the choice 1:

Usage: ${verto_contact ${dialed_user}@${dialed_domain}}

My first try was to use the second option:

<param name="dial-string" value=

What I try was to call a local extension that is logued using verto, but
somehow is trying to look for it like if is a sofia user, of course it says
that the user is not available.

I want to understand this line fully, mostly because of the flow that
traverse this dial-string.

I'd also try the last option of saying that a specific user is a verto user:

  <param name="dial-string" value="${verto_contact ${dialed_user}@

That works wonders, but I want my users to use SIP and Verto when one or
other is available.

Last thing I try is to use choice 2, to bridge in the dialplan: verto.rtc/
foo at bar.com

In that case what I do was to use the local extensions dialplan and put the
bridge after the sofia user/XXXX, something like a failover option. In this
case works calling from SIP (sofia) to verto, but the other way it says the
user is not available.

The question then is, how can a have a user that can be called using sofia
and verto, depending from where is registered/logued

Thank You in advance
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