[Freeswitch-users] dynamic user specific gateways with xml curl

Colin Morelli colin.morelli at gmail.com
Sun May 29 16:03:05 MSD 2016

I had a similar requirement and ran into the same challenges.

My dial plans are all httapi, so I ended up not using gateways at all, and
instead specifying all of the information in the bridge command.

<application name="bridge" data="{sip_auth_username=test,sip_auth_password=
1234}sips:+15555555555 at subdomain.siptrunkingprovider.com" />

This has been working just fine for me. If you have dynamic dial plans it
should work for your case as well.
On Sun, May 29, 2016 at 7:57 AM Bipin Patel <bipin at xbipin.com> wrote:

> isnt there anyway to define gateways on the fly using xml curl, i tried
> the user specific gateway method by replying with the user account along
> with the gw info but sofia keeps saying gateway not found, i tried asking
> in irc but didnt get an answer, no docs also mention this if its possible
> also or no.
> so far reading other places it seems gateways need to be present during
> profile load but all those were very old so wanted to know if its still
> possible to dynamically create gateways on the fly or no when using xml
> curl.
> --
> Regards,
> Bipin
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