On 03/28/2012 12:52 PM, Karsten Horsmann wrote:
Now some ask if we can act as UAC to get calls from
them, for example
to sipgate and feed the landline calls to our ivr system via kamailio.
AFAIK the module UAC provides only one pair of user/password credentials.
I've never used UAC for authentication, but from the docs you can use
AVPs to set your credentials:
So you'd fill that AVPs properly before doing the auth.
Is that right? Have i here a chance to do the job with
must i use an second
voip system for that?
In our sip:provider CE platforms we use Kamailio purely as a proxy and
use SEMS for that kind of things instead. You can provide peer
authentication credentials for subscribers, and SEMS will register in
their behalf on a 3rd-party-system. Then when a call comes in, kamailio
will map these for example sipgate-users to the local subscribers and
will deliver the call to whatever the routing logic is. Works like charm.