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This doesn't seem to work with 1.6+

Insecure (does not apply to asterisk 1.0.9 and earlier)


port: ignore the port number where request came from
invite: don't require authentication of incoming INVITEs
port,invite: don't require initial INVITE to authenticate and ignore the port where the request came from


Example


insecure=port ; Allow matching of peer by IP address without matching port number
insecure=invite ; Do not require authentication of incoming INVITEs
insecure=port,invite ; (both)

Typically used to allow incoming calls (e.g. from FWD) while having a type=friend entry defined with username and password.

See also

  • autocreatepeer=yes


Insecure (asterisk 1.0.9 and earlier)


very: ignore authentication (user/password)
yes: ??

Example


insecure=very

insecure=yes ; To match a peer based by IP address only and not port
insecure=very ; To allow registered hosts to call without re-authenticating

Typically used to allow incoming calls (e.g. from FWD) while having a type=friend entry defined with username and password.



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Created by: JustRumours, Last modification: Sat 15 of Aug, 2009 (20:57 UTC) by grin
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