[Spce-user] Best way to force gateway?

Daniel Grotti dgrotti at sipwise.com
Tue Jan 29 07:14:08 EST 2019

Hi Henk,
yes there is indeed.
you can create another PEERING GROUP with your cheap peering server 
inside, using the "normal" peering rules as the other "classic" peerings.
The only need to do is to assign a highest priority to this GROUP. So 
your peer will be selected as first option always.

Please check documentation to see how to set priority to the peering group.


Daniel Grotti

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On 1/28/19 5:05 PM, Henk wrote:
> Hi,
> Some of my customers are using cheap routes and I want to force them 
> to take a predefined gateway. At the moment I'm using a prefix like 
> 800 for this (this country-code doesn't exist).
> The problem is, that while it's easy to select  the correct gateway, 
> with a callee pattern like ^sip:800.* , the prices with prefix must 
> exist, resulting in pricelists with destination patterns like 
> ^(80[0-2])?31800 if the gateway is used for routes without prefix and 
> with prefix 800..802.
> While working correctly, it's not exactly good for speed with lists 
> >40000 entries and going through multiple lists.
> So my question, is there a better way to do this?
> Regards,
> Henk
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