[Spce-user] Some direction
apogrebennyk at sipwise.com
Thu Jul 11 09:42:57 EDT 2013
the PBX is configured in the NGCP system just like any subscriber.
Just use a normal subscriber like with any other client you're
connecting. You can add multiple E164 numbers as aliases. You can
control the CLI the pbx sends with the allowed_cli preference. The
preferences have a pop-up description when you move mouse over then :)
You will most likely need to enable the e164_to_uri preference for this
subscriber. If the IP-PBX is uncapable of registering with the NGCP, you
can manually add a contact in the subscriber master data. If the IP-PBX
even can't authenticate, then since you can add trusted source settings
in the Preference section.
Hope this helps.
On 07/10/2013 02:42 PM, Paul wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I am trying to set up a voip framework and could use some guidance as I'm
> not an expert in the area.
> This is what I'm trying to accomplish:
> PSTN/SIP <----> Sipwise <----> PBX1 / PBX2 / PBX3
> I have a NGCP system up and running and read the manual, but it doesn't
> really explain in much detail some of the necessary configurations in my
> case. I don't mind reading manuals, etc so if any of you can point me in
> the right direction that would be great.
> BTW for my PBX1/2/3 etc most of my software would be asterisk or freeswitch.
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