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K.Kong
2010-11-02 13:35:31 UTC
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Can someone point me to the documentation for the settings in linphonerc?
Specifically, where does the password for the sip proxy go to? I need this
urgently as my file disappeared just like that and an automated program is
now stuck.

Thanks.
Alastair Johnson
2010-11-02 14:44:03 UTC
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Post by K.Kong
Can someone point me to the documentation for the settings in linphonerc?
Specifically, where does the password for the sip proxy go to? I need
this urgently as my file disappeared just like that and an automated
program is now stuck.
I'm not sure about documentation, but authentication info lives in numbered
sections like this:

[proxy_0]
reg_proxy=sip:example.com
reg_route=<sip:your.outbound.proxy.if.used;lr>
reg_identity=sip:***@example.com
reg_expires=3600
reg_sendregister=1
publish=1
dial_escape_plus=0

[auth_info_0]
username=your_user
userid=your_user
passwd=your_password
realm="example.com"
Maxim Podbereznyy
2010-11-02 14:50:29 UTC
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you can enter the password by hands and it will appear in rc file
Post by K.Kong
Can someone point me to the documentation for the settings in linphonerc?
Specifically, where does the password for the sip proxy go to? I need this
urgently as my file disappeared just like that and an automated program is
now stuck.
Thanks.
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K.Kong
2010-11-02 15:29:13 UTC
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Thanks. That's what I did.

[proxy_0]

reg_proxy=sip:192.168.1.10

reg_route=sip:

reg_identity=sip:***@192.168.1.10 <sip%***@192.168.1.10>

reg_expires=3600

reg_sendregister=1

publish=0

dial_escape_plus=0



[auth_info_0]

username=3000

userid=3000

passwd=xxxxx

realm="asterisk"
Post by Maxim Podbereznyy
you can enter the password by hands and it will appear in rc file
Post by K.Kong
Can someone point me to the documentation for the settings in linphonerc?
Specifically, where does the password for the sip proxy go to? I need this
urgently as my file disappeared just like that and an automated program is
now stuck.
Thanks.
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