[SR-Users] client provisioning.

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Tue Apr 15 23:03:30 CEST 2014


xcap server is like a file manager for xml documents - the contacts have 
to be in an xml document which is stored in xcap database table. The 
clients with do a HTTP GET with the path of the document (which is 
stored in a column of xcap table) and kamailio will sent it to it.


On 15/04/14 22:48, Slava Bendersky wrote:
> Hello Daniel,
> Hows is xcap server building contacts ? Is only mysql option ?
> I am just trying collect information to check what is my option for 
> remote extensions.
> Slava.
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> On 15/04/14 21:15, Corey Edwards wrote:
>     On Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 9:47 AM, Slava Bendersky
>     <volga629 at networklab.ca <mailto:volga629 at networklab.ca>> wrote:
>         Hello Corey,
>         Is there way publish address book through kamailio ?
>     As far as I know, that's a device-specific feature and not done
>     through SIP. For example, Polycom phones can read a directory.xml
>     file to populate their address book. So, no, I don't believe
>     there's any way Kamailio can do that.
> XCAP is a way to manage contact list/address book. In kamailio you 
> need xcap_server module. I know some snom phone supports to get the 
> address book via xcap, so you can have a centralized address book. 
> IIRC, they don't support uploading the address book via xcap, only 
> downloading, so you need to write it in kamailio's xcap table.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
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