Re: [Ekiga-devel-list] Peering with SIPBroker enabled

Hi Damien et all,
I'm happy to update the wiki, but I'm not 100% sure of what has been configured.

It appears that is using the same peering codes as SipBrooker, so as in Damien's example you can call FWD number with the '*393' prefix (ie. '*393<FWD user number>' will place a call from user to FWD user).

Does this apply to all SipBroker prefixes?

I think so... '*266300' also appears to work to the test number (Monkeys!).

However the route back to Ekiga seems to fail.... dialing '*673< alias>' from within SipBroker does not work. The SipBroker flags this prefix as broken.

>From FWD '*275*673< number>' fails immediately
>From PSTN (SipBroker access number) '*673< number' caller gets ringing sound, but callee only gets 'remote caller stopped calling' message.

Another interesting point is that you can dial an Enum number with the '*013' prefix, so '*01316044845289' will reach the BC Wireless Autoattendant.


On Sun, 24 Dec 2006 14:40:17 +0100
Damien Sandras <dsandras seconix com> wrote:

> Btw, somebody should add a "Peering" category in the wiki.

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