; PJSIP Wizard Configuration Samples and Quick Reference
; This file has several very basic configuration examples, to serve as a quick
; reference to jog your memory when you need to write up a new configuration.
; It is not intended to teach PJSIP configuration or serve as an exhaustive
; reference of options and potential scenarios.
; This file has two main sections.
; First, manually written examples to serve as a handy reference.
; Second, a list of all possible PJSIP config options by section. This is
; pulled from the XML config help. It only shows the synopsis for every item.
; If you want to see more detail please check the documentation sources
; mentioned at the top of this file.

; Documentation
; The official documentation is at http://wiki.asterisk.org
; You can read the XML configuration help via Asterisk command line with
; "config show help res_pjsip_config_wizard", then you can drill down through
; the various sections and their options.

;============EXAMPLE WIZARD CONFIGURATION FOR A PHONE=======================

; This config would create an endpoint, aor with dynamic contact, inbound
; auth, a phoneprov object and a dialplan hint for extension 1000.

;type = wizard
;accepts_auth = yes
;accepts_registrations = yes
;has_phoneprov = yes
;transport = ipv4
;has_hint = yes
;hint_exten = 1000
;inbound_auth/username = testname
;inbound_auth/password = test password
;endpoint/allow = ulaw
;endpoint/context = default
;phoneprov/MAC = 001122aa4455
;phoneprov/PROFILE = profile1


; This ITSP has 2 servers available and requires registration.

; This config would create an endpoint, an aor with 2 static contacts, an
; outbound auth, an identify with 2 matches, and 2 registrations.

;type = wizard
;sends_auth = yes
;sends_registrations = yes
;transport = ipv4
;remote_hosts = sip1.myitsp.com:5060,sip2.myitsp.com:5060
;outbound_auth/username = testname
;outbound_auth/password = test password
;endpoint/allow = ulaw
;endpoint/context = default

;========================WIZARD SECTION OPTIONS===============================
;  SYNOPSIS: Provides configuration wizard for common scenarios.
;sends_auth=    ; Will create an outbound auth object for the endpoint and
                ; registration.
                ; If yes, outbound/username must be specified.
                ; (default = "no")

;accepts_auth=  ; Will create an inbound auth object for the endpoint.
                ; If yes, inbound/username must be specified.
                ; (default = "no")

;sends_registrations=    ; Will create an outbound registration object and an
                         ; identify match for each host in remote_hosts (which
                         ; must be specified).
                         ; sends_auth must also be specified.
                         ; (default: "no")

;accepts_registrations=  ; Will create an aor with dynamic contacts which will
                         ; accept registrations.
                         ; accepts_auth must also be specified.
                         ; (default: "no")

;remote_hosts=   ; A comma separated list of remote hosts in the form of
                 ; <ipaddress | hostname>[:port] [,<ipaddress | hostname>[:port] ] ...
                 ; If specified, a static contact for each host will be created
                 ; in the aor.  If accepts_registrations is no, an identify
                 ; object is also created with a match line for each remote host.
                 ; If an aor/contact or match/identify is explicitly supplied,
                 ; remote_hosts will not be used to automatically create contacts
                 ; or matches respectively.
                 ; Hostnames must resolve to A, AAAA or CNAME records.
                 ; SRV records are not currently supported.
                 ; (default: "")

;transport=      ; The transport to use for the endpoint and registrations
                 ; (default: the pjsip default)

;server_uri_pattern= ; The pattern used to construct the registration
                     ; server_uri. The replaceable parameter ${REMOTE_HOST} isa
                     ; available for use.
                     ; (default: "sip:${REMOTE_HOST}")

;client_uri_pattern= ; The pattern used to construct the registration client_uri.
                     ; The replaceable parameters ${REMOTE_HOST} and ${USERNAME}
                     ; are available for use.
                     ; (default: "sip:${USERNAME}@${REMOTE_HOST}")

;contact_pattern=    ; The pattern used to construct the aor contact.
                     ; The replaceable parameter ${REMOTE_HOST} is available
                     ; for use.
                     ; (default: "sip:${REMOTE_HOST}")

;has_phoneprov=      ; Will create a phoneprov object.
                     ; If yes, phoneprov/MAC must be specified.
                     ; (default: "no")

;has_hint=           ; Create hint and optionally a default application.
                     ; (default: "no")

;hint_context        ; Any hints created for this wizard will be placed in this
                     ; context.
                     ; (default: endpoint/context)

;hint_exten          ; If specified, a PJSIP/<wizard_id> hint will be created
                     ; for this extension in 'hint_context'.
                     ; context.
                     ; (default: none)

;hint_application    ; If specified, an extension will be placed in 'hint_context'
                     ; at priority 1 that calls this application.  Could be any
                     ; valid dialplan expression like
                     ; "Gosub(stdexten,${EXTEN},1(${HINT}))"
                     ; (default: "Dial(${HINT})")

;endpoint/<param>      ; Any parameters to be passed directly to and validated
;aor/<param>           ; by their respective objects.

;type=          ; Must be of type wizard (default: "")
  • asterisk/cf/pjsip_wizard.conf.txt
  • Последние изменения: 2016/11/12