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airjump

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SIP drink provide / Small carrier for a NGO
« on: September 09, 2019, 09:14:30 AM »
Hi Yate Community.
 
We want to build up 4 locations (PBX) in a refugee camp.
Please looks you the graphic/ Picture https://pasteboard.co/IwtnWqpw.png

I search a sample configuration for the providing of a SIP trunk.

Thnaks.

Bye Markus

cc08

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Re: SIP drink provide / Small carrier for a NGO
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2019, 06:49:21 AM »
Hi!

If in a week you could not find the answer, then try this option.

First of all, set fixed addresses for each of the 4 asterisk.

Next, regexroute.conf:

Code: [Select]
[once]
$ip_site1=192.168.110.10
$ip_site2=192.168.120.10
$ip_site3=192.168.130.10
$ip_site4=192.168.140.10


[default]
${rtp_forward}possible=;rtp_forward=yes

^4=sip/sip:\0@$(ip_site1)
^5=sip/sip:\0@$(ip_site2)
^6=sip/sip:\0@$(ip_site3)
^7=sip/sip:\0@$(ip_site4)

gjacobsen

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Re: SIP drink provide / Small carrier for a NGO
« Reply #2 on: October 09, 2019, 10:15:09 AM »
Hi Markus,

The setup will be more elaborate if the PBXs want to talk with each other and you also have incoming calls or several trunks.

I can provide you a ready configured yate-based SBC / switch which can cover various routing scenarios. The switch can be installed locally (or in the cloud) and is managed online.

Are your users also calling to underdeveloped regions? If so the switch can pick automatically the routes that work. That saves a LOT of money because you can use also cheap international grey routes which sometimes work and sometimes not.

Please email me.

Gruss

Gerry