Asterisk Configurations for connecting with VOIP providers

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Asterisk provider specific settings

This page is intended to provide a place for people to place excerpts from configuration files for specific providers.

In General

It is considered bad style to use a dialstring with a password as in "user:pass@voipserver.com" since username and password will then show up on the console. Instead, for each provider enter a peer entry in sip.conf or iax.conf and use that peer entry's name in your dialstring as in "user@peername". Username and password pairs in dialstrings should only be used for testing!

Provider Specific Settings




Settings for softswitches


More sample scripts are to be found on the Asterisk tips and tricks page.


Asterisk provider specific settings

This page is intended to provide a place for people to place excerpts from configuration files for specific providers.

In General

It is considered bad style to use a dialstring with a password as in "user:pass@voipserver.com" since username and password will then show up on the console. Instead, for each provider enter a peer entry in sip.conf or iax.conf and use that peer entry's name in your dialstring as in "user@peername". Username and password pairs in dialstrings should only be used for testing!

Provider Specific Settings




Settings for softswitches


More sample scripts are to be found on the Asterisk tips and tricks page.


Created by: jjhall, Last modification: Fri 20 of Mar, 2015 (19:30 UTC) by sprinterfreak
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