[OpenSIPS-Users] SIP Registrations with many PBX's
bogdan at opensips.org
Fri Oct 13 09:36:56 EDT 2017
Yes, you can have OpenSIPS configured to simply forward the REGISTER
requests to some destinations you decide via scripting.
Also, you may take a look at the mid_registrar module
this may help you reduce the registration load on the PBX side.
OpenSIPS Founder and Developer
On 09/14/2017 11:12 PM, Jonathan Mabrito wrote:
> This is more of a concept, can OpenSIPS do it question and maybe how
> if so.
> I am trying to wrap my head around how OpenSIPS does SIP
> Registrations. Currently, every time when a new PBX environment
> provisions on our infrastructure, I programmatically query a database
> to find out what numbers are free, allocated one, and then I use
> Dynamic Routing to programmatically insert a route via from that
> chosen newly chosen number to the new PBX environment.
> I am trying to bring the same concept with SIP Registrations, so our
> users can register phones to the environment. So what I am wondering,
> can OpenSIPS be a register proxy between the internet and the internal
> PBX? I do not need to register directly against OpenSIPS, just more
> accept the register request, make a routing decision based on its SIP
> URI, and forward that registration to the proper environment where
> that PBX will handle the registration? I am trying to avoid a long
> static script and hoping this can be accomplished in the ways Dynamic
> Routing can handle INVITES.
> Any thoughts, ideas, suggestions?
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