[asterisk-users] PJSIP outbound register and inbound calls

Joshua Colp jcolp at digium.com
Wed Jul 16 10:55:30 CDT 2014

Nick Awesome wrote:
> Hi all, In my case I using realtime, here is how it looks in plant
> [10001] type=registration transport=upd_static outbound_auth=10001
> server_uri=sip:600 at
> client_uri=sip:600 at [10001] type=auth
> auth_type=userpass password=600 username=600 [10001] type=aor
> contact=sip: [10001] type=endpoint
> transport=upd_static context=dialmap disallow=all allow=ulaw
> outbound_auth=10001 aors=10001 [10001] type=identify endpoint=10001
> match= when I call 600 from other pbx I getting an notice
> NOTICE[10202]: res_pjsip/pjsip_distributor.c:246
> log_unidentified_request: Request from '"Ilya"<sip:502 at>'
> failed for '' (callid:
> ZTNhYjU4ZjU5ZmUxNjM5M2FlYjBlYTE3YzgwZTU4MGY.) - No matching endpoint
> found and "Not Accessable" on phone
> let's imagine that 600 its external number of voip operator, and I
> wanna accept all incoming calls from it (no matter what caller id it
> has) what I doing wrong?

When receiving calls from a VoIP provider you have to match using the 
source IP address. You also don't authenticate as the provider will 
refuse to do so.

When you control both ends it's really up to you whether to do the 
matching based on the source IP address OR use a user account with 
authentication. If using the user account the user portion of the From 
header has to be set to the username (from_user in pjsip, fromuser in 


Joshua Colp
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