[Freeswitch-users] Using freeswitch as Generic SIP SBC/RtpProxy without predefined endpoints

Stanislav Sinyagin ssinyagin at gmail.com
Sat May 14 04:43:43 MSD 2016

but what's the problem with sending calls anywhere you want?

In the bridge command, you specify the destination as, for example,
sofia/external/123123123123 at
and the calls will be sent to the specified To number at the specified host.

The host and port can also be replaced with a name that has NAPTR and
SRV DNS records.

There are some corner cases where a feature requires you to configure
a gateway - for example, the "caller-id-in-from" parameter cannot be
set as a channel variable. But you can fetch the gateways
configuration from some database-driven backend via mod_curl_xml.

On Fri, May 13, 2016 at 10:30 PM, Daniel <dandenson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> All examples I've found on freeswitch SBC config, has predefined
>> gateways/trunks/proxies as "predefined next-hops", and I want the SBC to be
>> able to send anywhere, depending on custom application logic.
>> I'd stick with kamailio/rtp-proxy and the standard topology-hiding module,
>> but unfortunately I need the full topology hiding of a b2bua.
>> Is this easily achievable with Freeswitch?
> I need exactly what Taisto Qvist wants.  A very simple b2bua I can configure
> my phones to use as a proxy.  I need to be able to transcode between codecs
> but without pre-defining extensions etc..
> There are just soooo many configuration examples online doing something ever
> so slightly different, cant sort out how and if its possible
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