Using Telasip with SAIL/SARK
 

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Using Telasip with SAIL/SARK

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These are some connection notes for using Telasip VOIP service with SAIL/SARK.  This is not intended as a complete howto, only a guideline.

Telasip typically does not enable international dialing by default.  If you want to make international calls, you will probably need to send them an e-mail and request they enable international dialing. 

Telasip Carrier Definition

Edit this before adding your Telasip trunk.

  • Host URL
    • sip.sfo.telasip.com
    • Telasip is expanding coverage so sometimes the server they recommend is different
    • pick the one closest to you (lowest latency - ping)
  • Registration Template
    • username: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    • all lower case, no spaces
  • Peer Stanza

type=peer
host=
qualify=3000
canreinvite=no
username=
fromuser=
secret=
insecure=very
sendrpid=yes

Create a Trunk

  • Trunk DID or IP Name
    • Telasip phone number - 10 digits
  • Open Inbound Route
    • Operator - or wherever you want
  • Transformation Mask
    • :1520 1520520:1520 15201520:1520 1520011:011 15201:1
    • enables 7-, 10- and 11-digit dialing from 520 area code in US
    • Telasip always needs at least 10 digits
  • Closed Inbound Route
    • Operator - or wherever you want
  • Registration String
    • username: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    • username, password and SIP server specified by Telasip for your account
    • all lower case, no spaces
  • Outbound CallerID
    • Telasip generally sets your outbound CID to your phone number
    • to control outbound CID, you must request they not set CID
    • you must enable sendrpid=yes and enter a value for Outbound CID
  • Peer Stanza
type=peer
host=sip.sfo.telasip.com
qualify=3000
canreinvite=no
username=your_username
fromuser=your_username
secret=your_secret
insecure=very
disallow=all
allow=ulaw
allow=alaw
sendrpid=yes

Create a Route

  • Route Name
    • Primary SIP - or whatever you want
  • Active
    • yes
  • Primary Path
    • Telasip trunk DID
  • Route Dial Plans
    • _011X. _1NXXXXXXXXX _NXXXXXXXXX _NXXXXXX
    • allows 7-, 10- and 11-digit dialing, plus international
  • Description
    • All Outbound Calls - or whatever you want

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 06 July 2008 21:33