[Spce-user] Difference between "trusted sources" and "allowed_ips"

Andreas Granig agranig at sipwise.com
Mon Sep 14 07:15:25 EDT 2015


allowed_ips, if populated, block requests from ips not in that list, no
matter if the subscriber has valid credentials it could use to authenticate.

trusted sources on the other hand bypass authentication completely for a
given combination of source ip, proto and From pattern.

The former is used to limit access to the service to certain IP networks
(e.g. to prevent "ip roaming"), whereas the latter is to bypass
authentication for selected addresses.


On 09/14/2015 01:09 PM, Matthias Hohl wrote:
> Hello,
> short question:
> what is the difference between "trusted sources" and "allowed_ips" and
> "man_allowed_ips" in subscriber preferences ?
> sounds for me simply the same.
> BTW: For what is the expand group "Groups"?
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