[Spce-user] Best way to force gateway?
dgrotti at sipwise.com
Tue Jan 29 08:23:41 EST 2019
You still can use the caller prefix or caller pattern in the peering
rules in order to match the peers.
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On 1/29/19 2:21 PM, Henk wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> If I understand you correctly, that will route all users to this
> peering and that is not my purpose. I have to route only some special
> users to this route, as the normal 'high quality' route is too
> expensive e.g. a NoCLI route. So these users are not allowed to take
> the quality route, even when the cheap route fails.
> Is it possible to strip the prefix before rating? Normally this is
> done on the user level, but then forcing a specific gateway is not
> possible anymore.
> On 29-1-2019 13:14, Daniel Grotti wrote:
>> 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"
>> 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
>> Daniel Grotti
>> Head of Customer Support Sipwise GmbH
>> e: dgrotti at sipwise.com Europaring F15
>> t: +43(0)130120332 A-2345 Brunn Am Gebirge
>> w: www.sipwise.com FN: 305595f FG: LG Wiener Neustadt
>> On 1/28/19 5:05 PM, Henk wrote:
>>> 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?
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