[asterisk-users] Registration server with PJSIP

Carlos Chavez cursor at telecomabmex.com
Sun Jul 3 00:45:40 CDT 2016

On 2016-07-02 15:16, Derek Bolichowski wrote:

> Hi Leandro, 
> I believe if you check /usr/local/src/astersisk-13.9.1/contrib/mysql you will find a .SQL file that would build the default tables for you. 
> Looking in the file, it appears there is a table created called `sippeers` which has a column `regserver VARCHAR(20),` 
> It will also create the other PJSIP-related tables such as ps_endpoints, ps_aors, etc. 
> I could be mistaken but perhaps `sippeers` is the table you're looking for. 
> Thanks 
> Derek B. 
> FROM: asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com [mailto:asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] ON BEHALF OF Leandro Dardini
> SENT: July 2, 2016 2:59 PM
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> SUBJECT: [asterisk-users] Registration server with PJSIP 
> Hello,
> I am moving from realtime chan_sip to pjsip and one of the problem I am facing is the lack of "sipregs". With chan_sip, when an extension registers, the server where it has registered to is stored in sipregs. 
> Is there something similar in pjsip? How can I find on which server the pjsip extension has registered to?

Actually sippeers is the table for realtime sip and not related to pjsip
at all.  I do not know if there is an equivalent field for the pjsip

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