[asterisk-users] Question regarding keywords in sip.conf/users.conf
rob at hillis.dyndns.org
Mon Nov 3 02:42:02 CST 2008
Unfortunately RealTime isn't going to be an option - it's another level
of configuration I want to avoid, but more importantly since I'm
planning on being able to run these scripts on an Astlinux install,
there won't always be a MySQL database available. If worst comes to
worst, and the extra configuration included in sip.conf becomes a
problem, I'll move it to another text-based config file - not my
preferred option (since I'd like to keep everything close-to-hand) but
not a major problem since I'm likely to need a separate config file for
global configuration options anyway.
Paul Hales wrote:
> It should ignore the keywords, but you will get lots of errors in the CLI.
> My guess is that if you put it all in a DB (and use realtime) you can
> probably do whatever you want.
> Rob Hillis wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> I'm about to embark on a small (undoubtedly to get much larger) project
>> to write a set of scripts to handle provisioning of phones - Snom to
>> begin with, possibly with others (most likely Polycom and Linksys) to
>> follow later. Since I want this script to handle *all* aspects of phone
>> provisioning (such as BLF buttons and so on) I need a place to store
>> data. My preference is to keep all phone related configuration in the
>> one place - such as sip.conf or users.conf. How would having additional
>> keywords (most likely with a prefix of some type to reduce the
>> likelihood of conflicts with real keywords) in Asterisk's .conf files
>> affect Asterisk? I would expect that Asterisk should ignore unknown
>> keywords, but I'd rather check on this with those in the know first.
>> Any insights?
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