freeswitch error adding to list domains
by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] I'm now using an ACL list called "lan".
Rejected By Acl "domains" . Falling Back To Digest Auth.Major Problems Use the CIDR XML key not domain: http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Acl Regards, Tj On 09 Apr 2010, at 19:07, Ken Fulmer wrote: Per your suggestion, I changed the following in the conf/autoload_configs/acl.conf.xml file:
1.7 API Commands 1.7.1 reloadacl 1.7.2 acl ACL ACL stands for Access Control List and
Freeswitch Acl Allow Allis a list of permissions associated with an object. The
Freeswitch Apply-nat-acllist shows who or what is allowed to access the object. Configuration Define the names of freeswitch sip profile access control lists, their permissions, and the subnets that they control in acl.conf.xml Overview SIP profile settings: apply-inbound-acl Allow users to make calls from a particular http://lists.freeswitch.org/pipermail/freeswitch-users/2010-April/057030.html cidr without authenticating apply-register-acl Allow users to register from a particular cidr without authenticating apply-proxy-acl Use the IP specified in X-AUTH-IP header sent from proxy for apply-inbound-acl Note: You'll need to configure your proxy to add this header auth-calls Only allow users from a specific cidr to register/make calls. Note: Currently auth-calls https://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/ACL does not work with registrations/invites through a proxy. You'll need to do this inside your xml_curl directory scripts or on your proxy Directory settings:
for me? 4 Sofia Recover 5 Flushing and rebooting registered endpoints 6 Starting a new profile 7 Reloading profiles and gateways 8 Deleting gateways 9 Restarting gateways 10 https://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Sofia-SIP Adding / Changing Existing Gateways 11 View SIP Registrations 12 List the status of gateways 13 List gateway data 14 View User Presence Data 15 Debugging Sofia-SIP 15.1 Debugging presence and SLA 15.2 Sample Export (Linux/Unix) 15.3 Sample Set (Windows) 16 Profile Configurations 16.1 Track Call 16.2 Sofia SIP Stack Watchdog 16.3 ACL 16.4 Disabling rejected by Hold 16.5 Using A Single Domain For All Registrations 16.5.1 challenge realm 16.5.2 force-register-domain 16.5.3 force-subscription-domain 16.5.4 force-register-db-domain 16.6 Forcing SIP profile to use a static IP address 17 Syntax 17.1 Call an extension on a Remote SIP Server 17.2 Call a locally registered endpoint 17.3 Multiple Registrations 17.4 Registration Count 17.5 Flushing Inbound rejected by acl Registrations 17.6 Dial out of a gateway 17.7 Modifying the To: header 17.8 Specifying SIP Proxy With fs_path 18 Channel Variables 18.1 Adding Request Headers 18.2 Adding Response Headers 18.3 Adding Custom Headers 18.4 Strip SIP Headers 18.5 Additional Channel variables 18.5.1 sip_renegotiate_codec_on_reinvite 18.5.2 sip_recovery_break_rfc 19 Transcoding Issues 20 Custom Events 21 FAQ 21.1 Does it use UDP or TCP? 22 See Also 23 External links Introduction Sofia is a SIP stack used by FreeSWITCH. When you see "sofia" anywhere in your configuration, think "This is SIP stuff." It takes a while to master it all, so please be patient with yourself. SIP is a crazy protocol and it will make you crazy too if you aren't careful. Read on for information on setting up SIP/Sofia in your FreeSWITCH configuration. Sofia Configuration Files, sofia.conf.xml See Sofia Configuration Files. What if these commands don't work for me? Make sure that you are not running another SIP server at the same time as Free