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Review by Mango See Profile

  • Location: www.toao.net
  • Cost Contract price not specified.
Overall "Phone numbers perform well with Asterisk"
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I've had a Callcentric account for longer than I can remember. My Callcentric DID is routed to my Asterisk server, and both Callcentric and Asterisk perform very well together. Due to personal preference, I use a (slightly) different configuration than posted in their FAQ and thought it may be worthwhile to post relevant portions of my sip.conf and extensions.conf.

; From sip.conf: Register to Callcentric, if I have only one phone number, or all my phone numbers are routed the same way.
register => 1777xxxxxxx:password@callcentric.com/1347xxxxxxx
; Incoming calls will be routed to the 1347xxxxxxx extension in the default context.

; Alternately, you may have multiple phone numbers with Callcentric and you may wish to route them in different ways. In that case I would use the following in my sip.conf:
register => 1777xxxxxxx:password@callcentric.com/callcentric
; Here is my example of how you can route Callcentric phone numbers to different extensions from within extensions.conf:
exten => callcentric,1,NoOp(Incoming Callcentric call)
same => n,GotoIf($[${REGEX("1347xxxxxxx" ${SIP_HEADER(TO)})}=1]?incoming,1347xxxxxxx,1)
same => n,GotoIf($[${REGEX("1347yyyyyyy" ${SIP_HEADER(TO)})}=1]?incoming,1347yyyyyyy,1)
same => n,Goto(incoming,default,1)

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