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ATA Adaptors
IP Phones
Cordless DECT IP Phones
IP Conference Phones
IP PBX Software/Hardware
Desktop Softphones
Mobile Softphones

Security considerations for Callcentric customers

3CX
3CX Version 6
3CX Version 12
3CX Version 12.5
3CX Version 15
3CXPhone (for Windows)
3CXPhone (Mobile)
Aastra 6753i
Acrobits/Groundwire for iPhone
Android SIP Client
Apivio MWP1100
Asterisk 1.4 and 1.2
Asterisk 1.6
Asterisk 1.6.2, 1.8, and 10
Asterisk 14
Asterisk Admin GUI v2.11
Asterisk Admin GUI v12
Asterisk Admin GUI v13
Bria Desktop
Bria Mobile
Callcentric Android App
Callcentric iPhone App
Callcentric Softphone
Cisco ATA 186/188
Cisco SPA112/SPA122
CloudTC Glass 1000
CSipSimple
D-Link DVG-1402S
Ekiga
Elastix
Gigaset A510 IP
Gigaset C610A IP
Gigaset DX800A
Grandstream DP715/710
Grandstream DP750/720
Grandstream GXP1450
Grandstream GXP1620
Grandstream GXP1625
Grandstream GXP1760
Grandstream GXP1782
Grandstream GXP2110
Grandstream GXP2130
Grandstream GXP2140
Grandstream GXP2160
Grandstream GXP2200
Grandstream GXV3140
Grandstream GXV3240
Grandstream GXV3275
Grandstream HandyTone 286
Grandstream HandyTone 486
Grandstream HandyTone 702
Grandstream Wave
Htek UC803
Htek UC860
Htek UC924
Htek UC926
Innomedia SIP MTA-6328
Jitsi
Linksys PAP2
Linksys SPA3102
Linphone Desktop
Linphone Mobile
Linphone Mobile (v.3.2.3)
NCH Axon PBX
NCH Express Talk
Nokia E90
Obihai
OBi100/110
OBi200/202
OBi1032
pbx-in-a-flash
pbxnsip
pbxnsip Version 3
PhonerLite
Polycom SoundPoint IP 601
Polycom SoundStation IP 5000
snom 1xx/2xx/3xx
snom 820
snom M9
snom ONE
SFLphone
SJphone
Telco AC-211
trixbox / Elastix / pbx-in-a-flash
Twinkle
Windows Messenger
Unidata ICW1000G
Uniden EXP1240
UTStarcom F3000
Vodia PBX
VTech VCS754
VTech VSP600
VTech VSP725
VTech VSP726
VTech VSP735
VTech VSP736
X-Lite / X-Pro / eyeBeam
Yealink T32G
Yealink T41S
Yealink T42G
Yealink T42S
Yealink T46G
Yealink T46S
Yealink T48S
Yealink W52P
Yeastar MyPBX U100
ZoIPer
ZoIPer 3.2
ZoIPer Mobile
Zoom 5801
Other Linksys/Sipura products
Generic / Other Device

DID-Based Routing with Asterisk
DID-Based Routing with trixbox / Asterisk Admin GUI / Elastix / PBX-in-a-Flash
Asterisk 1.6.2, 1.8, and 10
For Asterisk versions 1.4 and 1.2 click here
For Asterisk version 1.6 - 1.6.1 click here
For Asterisk version 14 click here


GENERAL INFORMATION
Asterisk is an extremely powerful piece of open source software which allows you to run a full-featured software based PBX on your computer.

Asterisk is extremely powerful and versatile, but requires dedication to get it up and running. Asterisk is NOT plug and play software; and because of its extremely versatile nature is typically difficult for first-time users to setup.

Below we have listed resources to help you in configuring Asterisk; as well as a basic setup guide for Asterisk. Because of the complexity of Asterisk we cannot provide detailed support in helping you get Asterisk running; but you can find help from many Asterisk experts in the resource list below.

DID based routing with Asterisk


Please note that Callcentric is not responsible for preventing unwanted physical or remote access your IP PBX. If your IP PBX is compromised then you will be responsible for any damage caused.
Please be sure to read this guide regarding securing your IP PBX solution.


RESOURCES
Websites
Asterisk Homepage

Help / Support:
Asterisk Support Page
Asterisk Forum
Asterisk Wiki
Voxilla Asterisk Forum
Broadband Reports VoIP Forum
Digium Community


Configuring Asterisk 1.6.2, 1.8, 10

The instructions below are meant to assist you with the basic configuration of asterisk. If you wish to perform more complicated configurations please view the asterisk documentation above and the asterisk forums.

We recommend that you read each step through in its entirety before performing the action indicated in the step. We also recommend that you check which version of Asterisk your PBX is based on; as there are many significant changes between each revision of asterisk. To check which version your PBX is based on, please log into your PBX's command line interface, and execute the command "show version" or "core show version" you should see an output similar to the following:

Asterisk 11.4.0 built by root @ server on a i686 running Linux on 2013-05-31 09:46:40 UTC

STEP 1 Setup trunk and global options
Edit the sip.conf file with your favorite text editor and make the following changes:

  • Add/change the [general] section with the following parameters:
    [general]
    dtmfmode = rfc2833
    context=from-callcentric
    srvlookup=yes
    register => 1777MYCCID:SUPERSECRET@callcentric.com
    session-timers=refuse
    
  • Add the following section to define the Callcentric trunk/peer:
    [callcentric]
    type=peer
    context=from-callcentric
    host=callcentric.com
    fromdomain=callcentric.com
    defaultuser=1777MYCCID
    fromuser=1777MYCCID
    secret=SUPERSECRET
    insecure=port,invite
    disallowed_methods=UPDATE
    directmedia=no
    videosupport=no
    disallow=all
    allow=ulaw
    
  • Add an extension to handle calls to/from your SIP phone. This is just a sample. Refer to Asterisk documentation and your SIP phone documentation for details. 123 is the extension of your phone.
    [123]
    context=to-callcentric
    type=friend
    defaultuser=123
    secret=PASSWORD
    host=dynamic
    
  • Make sure to save your changes once done.

STEP 2 Configuring inbound call handling
Edit the extensions.conf file with your favorite text editor and make the following changes:

  • Add the following section to route calls FROM Callcentric TO your SIP phone with extension 123:
    [from-callcentric]
    exten => s,1,Dial(SIP/123)
    
  • Add the following section to route calls FROM your SIP phone TO Callcentric:
    [to-callcentric]
    exten => _XX,1,Dial(SIP/${EXTEN}@callcentric)
    
  • Make sure to save your changes once done. If necessary restart, or start the asterisk server using the proper command, /etc/init.d/asterisk restart, restart asterisk... etc.

STEP 3 Connect to your Asterisk PBX and verify connections
Use the IP address or hostname for your PBX system along with 123 (the extension created earlier which is the username) and the password for the 123 extension to connect to your PBX system.

  • Connect to the asterisk console by running the following from the command line:
    asterisk -r 
    
  • Verify that Asterisk is registered to Callcentric with the console command 'sip show registry'
    *CLI> sip show registry
    
    Host                    Username      Refresh State
    callcentric.com:5060    1777MYCCID    17      Registered
    
  • Verify that your SIP phone is registered to Asterisk with the console command 'sip show peers'
    pbx*CLI> sip show peers
    
    Name/username    123/123
    Host             10.11.22.33
    Dyn Nat ACL      D
    Mask             255.255.255.255
    Port             5060
    Status           Unmonitored
    

    If you see Host as "(Unspecified)" and Port as "0", then your SIP phone is not configured correctly.

  • Disconnect from Asterisk by typing exit. Asterisk will remain running in this case.
STEP 4 That's it! You can now make a phone call
You can make a test call to 17771234567, or if you are signed up for one of Callcentric's rate plans you can place a call to a traditional landline or mobile phone by dialing either:
1 + the area code and number for calls to the US
Or
011 + the country code, area code, and number for calls worldwide (you may also use 00 instead of 011).

To test inbound calls from Callcentric to your Asterisk installation, follow the directions listed in this FAQ.