[Spce-user] Question about configuration

Daniel Speichert daniel at speichert.pl
Sun Mar 20 16:07:21 EDT 2011

I'm afraid that yes, I need to authenticate to the SIP server, it means,
change the user (masquerade).
Is it possible at all ?

Best Regards,
Daniel Speichert

W dniu 2011-03-20 21:05, Jon Bonilla pisze:
> El Sun, 20 Mar 2011 20:29:52 +0100
> Daniel Speichert <daniel at speichert.pl> escribió:
>> Hello,
>> I'm trying to adopt SIP Provider to our scenario and starting with
>> something simple.
>> It means, we have some users and these users should be able to call
>> landlines not through PSTN but through another SIP server with one
>> account. I mean something like this:
>> many users -> SIP Provider CE -> oneaccount at somesipserver -> landlines
>> I guess this can't be done with SIP peering via admin panel, but how can
>> I do this otherwise ?
> If I understand, that's the perfect example of a sip peering. If you do not use
> authentication and preserve the callerid, that's what a trunk does.
> But If you mean that you need to register to that server and authenticate, no,
> the sip peering is not supposed to work like that.
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