[Users] DID Handling -> Transitioning from Asterisk/SipX
max.clark at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 04:15:47 CEST 2006
Would you mind sharing your openser.cfg file (or the sections specific
to this) so I can get a better idea on how to proceed?
On 7/31/06, T.R. Missner <trmissner at bandwidth.com> wrote:
> We are doing this same thing but our method is somewhat of a hack.
> We effectively use a system call from within the cfg script to lookup
> the DID in a postgres db.
> The lookup returns the domain the DID belongs too ( our customer's
> switch ).
> We then re-write the RURI and forward the message along using t_relay.
> This is a simplification but I think you get the point.
> I would also like to know if there is a more 'proper' way to accomplish
> this lookup.
> The difference between what we are doing and what it seems openser was
> built to do is the lack of registrations.
> If we implemented registrations then I think we could use the userloc
> Am I right about this?
> Is there a better way to implement 'static registrations'?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: users-bounces at openser.org [mailto:users-bounces at openser.org] On
> Behalf Of Max Clark
> Sent: Monday, July 31, 2006 8:45 PM
> To: users at openser.org
> Subject: [Users] DID Handling -> Transitioning from Asterisk/SipX
> Hi all,
> As our requirements scale (number of DIDs, number of users, number of
> simultaneous calls, etc) it is very apparent that our needs require us
> to move from a softswitch/pbx application environment onto a Sip Router
> based platform. While I have been able to run though the documentation
> and bring online a working OpenSER platform I am still confused about
> DID handling in the system.
> I need to be able to take a series of DIDs that we are being passed from
> the carrier and forward the call to the end user's switch untouched
> (i.e. 18005551212 at me needs to be passed to 18005551212 at customer). I have
> been reading through aliasing but this does not seem to be what I need
> (because the customer's switch does not see the original DID). Ideally I
> need to be able to maintain a large inventory of DIDs and assign them to
> customers without touching the configuration files when the association
> is made.
> How do I accomplish this? What do I need to add/configure in the system?
> How do I configure this redirect/mapping/proper terminology correctly?
> Thanks in advance,
> Max Clark
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