[asterisk-users] [asterisk-dev] Configuring Request URI with outbound proxyu
nitesh.bansal at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 15:53:10 CDT 2016
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Could you point out how can I *dynamically* pass both the SIP peer and
request-URI in the dial command.
I want be able to use same SIP peer to route to different SIP end points.
I'm currently doing this 'Dial, SIP/peer/exten)', but this results in
Reqeust-URI looking like this sip:exten at ipaddress_of_peer,
whereas I want to be able to somehow pass the SIP request URI to the Dial
command, I tried passing it as part of Route header
in the Dial command and use Kamailio to do loose_route(), but I suppose
this isn't the best solution.
On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 10:17 PM, Olle E. Johansson <oej at edvina.net> wrote:
> On 13 Apr 2016, at 22:05, Nitesh Bansal <nitesh.bansal at gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to use Asterisk to use Kamailio as an outbound proxy for routing
> calls to remote SIP end points, one option could be to use a default peer,
> but in my case, my outbound proxy can change
> based on the remote end point, so this option doesn't work.
> And another problem is that I don't know how to configure Asterisk to
> prepare the Request-URI
> based on the remote end point and not based on the outbound proxy address?
> What is the best way to do it?
> First, you are asking the wrong mailing list. This is not second-level
> support - this is for development and code questions.
> If you are using chan_sip, there is a setting of outbound proxy per peer.
> There are settings
> for domain - both in r-uri (host) and from URI domain.
> If you set host=example.com and outbound proxy to example.net the SIP
> request will
> have example.com in the R-uri and send the request to example.net
> Good luck working with Kamailio!
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