Asterisk Engin Trunk Configuration← Back
30 Sep, 2012
I called my trunk Engin, specified my outbound CID and the number of channels I have available in my main Trunk preferences then used the following settings.
Outgoing (Named Engin)
host=byo.engin.com.au username=07xxxxxxxx secret=password type=peer insecure=very nat=yes fromuser=07xxxxxxxx fromdomain=byo.engin.com.au qualify=yes dtmfmode=rfc2833 canreinvite=no canredirect=no disallow=all allow=ulaw defaultexpirey=1800 maxexpirey=3600
Incoming (Named 07xxxxxxxx)
secret=password type=user context=from-trunk-sip-EnginSetting context=from-trunk-sip-Engin allows your inbound route to take the number of current outbound calls into account when deciding whether there are enough channels available if you have specified your maximum channels for this SIP trunk, which for my plan is 2.
07xxxxxxxx:firstname.lastname@example.org/07xxxxxxxx(Should be all on 1 line, no spaces)