[asterisk-users] res_pjsip endpoint config object's 'identify_by' option needs new value "uri".
serov.d.p at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 16:49:35 CST 2015
07.03.2015 1:21, Kevin Harwell пишет:
> On Fri, Mar 6, 2015 at 3:46 PM, Dmitriy Serov <serov.d.p at gmail.com
> <mailto:serov.d.p at gmail.com>> wrote:
> 07.03.2015 0:24, Kevin Harwell пишет:
>> On Fri, Mar 6, 2015 at 2:06 PM, Dmitriy Serov
>> <serov.d.p at gmail.com <mailto:serov.d.p at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Asterisk 13.2.
>> I transfer configs from chan_sip to res_pjsip.
>> In chan_sip i have "match_auth_username=yes" and have nothing
>> in pjsip.
>> I have a lot of endpoints and registrations on same SIP
>> server. And it's problem in pjsip now. Is not it?
>> I requesting to add new value for endpoint option
>> identify_by. The value 'uri'.
>> Simple config (cutted):
>> server_uri=sip:sip.example.com <http://sip.example.com>
>> client_uri=sip:1234567890 at sip.example.com <mailto:client_uri=sip:1234567890 at sip.example.com>
>> Registration section has option "contact_user". Incoming call
>> from this registration will be INVITE sip:siptrunk-in at ....
>> I offer to change res_pjsip_endpoint_identifier_user to
>> realize endpoint identification by sip uri.
>> I think it will be usefull.
>> P.S. i hope issues will be rejected:
>> https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/browse/ASTERISK-22306 and
>> Dmitriy Serov
>> I believe what you are looking for is already available. See the
>> "identify" type (type=identify) section that is in the pjsip.conf
>> file and the "identify" option for endpoints. These allow you to
>> identify and endpoint by IP address.
>> For more information see the pjsip.conf.sample file. Also take a
>> look at configuring Asterisk for res_pjsip  specifically the
>> part about configuring endpoint identification by IP address .
>> If you run into problems more information can also be found in
>> the res_pjsip troubleshooting guide , specifically the section
>> on "identify by IP address"
>>  https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/Configuring+res_pjsip
>> Hope that helps,
> Thank you for answer. But...
> ones again: I have a lot of endpoints and registrations on same
> SIP server. And it's problem in pjsip now. Is not it?
> Simple Example. I have two trunks with their own credentials (and
> did) to the same sip server:
> - for home
> - for bussiness
> ;and ok... i wrote identify by IP section
> match=example.com <http://example.com>
> endpoint= ???
> It is very! important for me to know what trunk passes through the
> incoming call: home or bussiness.
> 1. Identify by IP. Do you have answer?
> 2. Identify by username. What? I can't make endpoints to all of my
> Ok. I can use contact_user in registraction and route incoming
> call by INVITE uri.
> Can i?
> Dmitriy Serov
> I don't think I fully understand the scenario, but if you have
> different named endpoints originating from the same address (or even
> different addresses) then these can be identified by the username
> portion of the sip uri. However, if you have endpoints for instance
> with the same name, but different addresses then these can be
> distinguished by using the identity type.
> Your scenario looks like the first option. The endpoint names are
> different, but the address is the same, so identification based on the
> username should be sufficient.
> However, if you have a mix of both types on your system, for instance
> multiple endpoints on two different systems (IP addresses) with the
> same names, then I am unsure how you would select the correct endpoint
> even while attempting to "identify_by" uri.
> Kevin Harwell
> Digium, Inc. | Software Developer
> 445 Jan Davis Drive NW - Huntsville, AL 35806 - USA
> Check us out at:http://digium.com &http://asterisk.org
I have different named endpoints originating from the same address.
>>then these can be identified by the username portion of the sip uri
ok. A little more examples.
case 1. Device!
we have: endpoint in config and registered device.
incoming call. In this case identification makes by username portion of
sip uri "from". And we know endpoint.
case 2. Trunk!
we have: endpoint and registration of trunk1 to sip server
"user at example.com" in config.
Registration section have option contact_user. I can fill it by usefull
value. For example: "201"
and now... somebody at example.com makes call to user at example.com
i have incoming call to my server:
from: somebody at example.com
Question: how can i identify my endpoint?
P.S. discussion of this issue goes in IRC #asterisk-dev now. And also
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