[Asterisk-Users] Does it exist - DNS "TX" record?

John Fraizer tvo at enterzone.net
Tue Mar 2 06:30:01 MST 2004

In your DNS zone file for the domain you are using, put:

_sip._udp       SRV     0       0       5060    sipproxy.yourdomain.com.
sipproxy        300     IN      A


Chris Lee wrote:
> When handed a URL type address for telephony, is there a DNS "TX" record 
> (like MX but for telephone/Video) that could be looked up for an address 
> to use to connect the call?
> I would like to have a "gateway server" (probably *) that anyone who 
> knows the email address of a member of staff can use to connect to them 
> with.
> If the details of this server were in my DNS then anyone trying to call 
> someone at cybericom.co.uk could find the server to make the connection 
> with.
> Regards
> Chris.
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