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.conf file help
« on: April 20, 2016, 10:04:49 AM »
I need to use Yate as a client only. I need to start it from the command line, have it register to a SIP server, and be able to make and end a call via the command line.
Yet, even with all the information out there I cannot seem to wrap my head around how to do this. Partly because what the docs say and what is on my system are different.
For instance, there are the same .conf files in multiple locations.  /usr/local/etc/yate & /etc/yate.  So which are the correct ones to modify ?

I have my account information and need to know what to put in what files to make this register, and also to be able to change codecs when I need to.
user =105
pass = 105
SIP server IP = 192.168.0.11
Codec = G.729

When starting Yate, are there command line command to make and end a call?  To register & deregister, to know when I am being called.