[asterisk-users] FreePBX Inbound Route

Tim P panterafreak at gmail.com
Fri Jul 28 06:31:18 MST 2006

You could setup a ring group that included all extensions in your inbound
route, the default for freepbx is to have an anydid/anycid route so any
calls coming in will be sent to whereever you say (see the inbound routes
link in freepbx).  You will need to install the ring groups module from the
modules section (Tools, Modules) to have this capability.

On 7/28/06, Giedrius Augys <voipas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have SIP trunk. And I also have a lot of SIP clients. If I want to call
> from SIP trunk to the Asterisk SIP client, I need to create Inbound route
> for each endpoint. Maybe is possible to create an endpoint group, because I
> have a lot of SIP endpoints, and it takes a lot of time to create inbound
> routes. Or maybe it's only one way to do that.
> Thanks
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