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2; IAX2 Provisioning Information
3;
4; Contains provisioning information for templates and for specific service
5; entries.
6;
7; Templates provide a group of settings from which provisioning takes place.
8; A template may be based upon any template that has been specified before
9; it. If the template that an entry is based on is not specified then it is
10; presumed to be 'default' (unless it is the first of course).
11;
12; Templates which begin with 'si-' are used for provisioning units with
13; specific service identifiers. For example the entry "si-000364000126"
14; would be used when the device with the corresponding service identifier of
15; "000364000126" attempts to register or make a call.
16;
17;[default]
18;
19; The port number the device should use to bind to. The default is 4569.
20;
21;port=4569
22;
23; server is our PRIMARY server for registration and placing calls
24;
25;server=192.168.69.3
26;
27; altserver is the BACKUP server for registration and placing calls in the
28; event the primary server is unavailable.
29;
30;altserver=192.168.69.4
31;
32; port is the port number to use for IAX2 outbound. The connections to the
33; server and altserver -- default is of course 4569.
34;serverport=4569
35;
36; language is the preferred language for the device
37;
38;language=en
39;
40; codec is the requested codec. The iaxy supports ulaw and adpcm
41;
42;codec=ulaw
43;
44; flags is a comma separated list of flags which the device should
45; use and may contain any of the following keywords:
46;
47; "register" - Register with server
48; "secure" - Do not accept calls / provisioning not originated by the server
49; "heartbeat" - Generate status packets on port 9999 sent to 255.255.255.255
50; "debug" - Output extra debugging to port 9999
51;
52; Note that use can use += and -= to adjust parameters
53;
54;flags=register,heartbeat
55;
56; See doc/README.tos for a description of this parameter.
57;tos=ef
58;
59; Example iaxy provisioning
60;
61;[si-000364000126]
62;user=iaxy
63;pass=bitsy
64;flags += debug
65
66;[si-000364000127]
67;user=iaxy2
68;pass=bitsy2
69;template=si-000364000126
70;flags += debug
71
72;
73;[*]
74;
75; If specified, the '*' provisioning is used for all devices which do not
76; have another provisioning entry within the file. If unspecified, no
77; provisioning will take place for devices which have no entry. DO NOT
78; USE A '*' PROVISIONING ENTRY UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING.
79;
80;template=default
81