[Spce-user] inbound rewrite rules

Stefan Sayer stefan.sayer at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 11 13:16:33 EST 2011


o Andreas Granig on 01/11/2011 06:52 PM:
> Hi Stefan,
> On 01/11/2011 03:47 PM, Stefan Sayer wrote:
>> I've set "Inbound Rewrite Rules for Callee" as
>>  Match Pattern: .*
>>  Replacement Pattern: stefann900
>>  Priority: 50
>>  Description: inbound all to n900
> Is this a domain or a peer rewrite rule? Because inbound domain rewrite
> rules are only applied for calls from local users to the system. If a
> call comes from a peer, you need to set an inbound peer rewrite rule for
> that. Just in case this wasn't clear anyways.
ah, that was it. I had not found that one can set those rules per peer 
  if one clicks on the peer name in the "Peering Server" list (so I 
assumed the domain rules would apply). works fine now, thanks!

Regarding the peerings, I have a related question: Should those - or 
at least the Peering Rules - not be per domain? If I understand 
correctly, at the moment one can not set a peering for one domain 
only, is that correct? Or do you think that's not necessary because 
the associated E.164 is used primarily anyway (so the voip domain 
doesn't really matter) ?


>>  INFO: <script>: Applying callee-in peer rewrite rules using dpid '6' -
>> M=INVITE R=sip:8111111 at myngcp.net F=sip:03012345678 at sipgate.de
>> T=sip:004930868111111 at sipgate.de IP=
>> ID=3C203199-4D2C6BCB00074503-409C1950 at
> Could you post the content of table kamailo.dialplan for the dpid value
> 6 (like "select * from kamailio.dialplan where dpid=6")?
> Andreas
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Stefan Sayer
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