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The extensions.conf config file is mainly used to route incoming connections from remote nodes to the correct node number in app_rpt.  It also is used to route outgoing autopatch connections to various channels and VOIP termination providers.
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The extensions.conf config file is used to route incoming connections from remote nodes or connections to the correct node number in app_rpt.  It also is used to route outgoing autopatch connections to various channels and VOIP termination providers.
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= Contexts used by app-rpt=
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[radio-secure] -
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[iax-client] - used by IAX users
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[radio] - used for IAX connections between nodes
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[check_route] - used to check the call routing for autopatch
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[pstn-out]
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[allstar-sys] - used by the phone portal
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[allstar-public] - used by web transceiver
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[radio-in]
  
 
Here is an example of how extensions.conf is used to handle incoming connections for a single node:
 
Here is an example of how extensions.conf is used to handle incoming connections for a single node:

Latest revision as of 18:44, 27 January 2020

extensions.conf

The extensions.conf config file is used to route incoming connections from remote nodes or connections to the correct node number in app_rpt. It also is used to route outgoing autopatch connections to various channels and VOIP termination providers.

Contexts used by app-rpt

[radio-secure] -

[iax-client] - used by IAX users

[radio] - used for IAX connections between nodes

[check_route] - used to check the call routing for autopatch

[pstn-out]

[allstar-sys] - used by the phone portal

[allstar-public] - used by web transceiver

[radio-in]

Here is an example of how extensions.conf is used to handle incoming connections for a single node:

[radio-secure] 
exten => 1234,1,rpt,1234

In the above case, two nodes are defined as asterisk extensions in a “context” called radio-secure defined by a stanza [radio-secure] . An incoming connection directed to extension 1234 will end up calling app_rpt (rpt) with a value of 1234 which should a node number defined in rpt.conf.