[asterisk-users] distinguishing users by their domain

Benjamin Jacob benjamin.jacob at masconit.com
Fri Sep 8 04:59:47 MST 2006

My q too!!
I mean, simple extension numbers, 3000, 3001, etc, can be present in 
multiple pbxes(in any hosted pbx service).
I guess 'context' is a way, but it seems, in *, the dialplan(and hence 
the context) is decided by the callee digits. Any work arnd over this one?


Ricardo Carvalho wrote:

> In extensions.conf I want to implement a dial plan that distinguishes 
> the users that wish to dial a PSTN number by their own domain, so that 
> john at domain_A goes out to PSTN by a different DID than john at domain_B.
> I tried the following line, but that doesn't distinguish between 
> domains, and then if john at domain_A or john at domain_B dials some PSTN 
> number, both calls goes out using same DID (did1):
> exten => _[0-9]./john,1,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN}@did1,120)
> I tried then using the following lines:
> exten => _[0-9]./john at domain_A,1,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN}@did1,120)
> exten => _[0-9]./john at domain_B,1,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN}@did2,120)
> But those syntax doesn't work.
> How can I do it? Any clues?
> Thanks,
> Ricardo.
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