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Re: [Linphone-users] How can I tell if my LinPhone is registered to my p
Re: [Linphone-users] How can I tell if my LinPhone is registered to my pbx?
Mon, 27 Sep 2021 13:05:22 +0200
If my memory serves me right, Linphone desktop is able to receive calls from
all SIP providers it is REGISTERed with. By clicking on the top-left corner you
chose what SIP provider is used for making outgoing calls, but call reception
is always active on all of them. To be confirmed, though.
> On 25 Sep 2021, at 15:14, Dennis Filder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2021 at 01:21:20PM -0600, NOC dnc wrote:
>> I have 4 different PBX's that I wish to be registered to at the same time.
>> I don't see any indication that shows a visual indication that I am
>> registered to a PBX server.
>> And I don't see any list of the various servers and their registration
>> Please can someone clear this up for me?
> As far as I can tell Linphone only supports being registered to a
> single PBX at a time. While you can have accounts on multiple PBXes
> only one account among them can be the currently active one, so you'll
> have to switch back and forth as necessary.
> In the main window in the top-left corner the username of your
> currently active account is shown together with a colored circle
> indicating your presence status if you've successfully registered to
> that PBX. Clicking on that name lands you in the menu allowing you to
> designate the currently active account and pick the desired presence
> If you wish to be registered to several PBXes simultaneously you will
> have to run a separate Linphone process for each, and this will also
> probably include isolating them with file system namespaces (on Linux)
> or separate user IDs. You could also try running them unisolated with
> --config and a different config file for each, but you will have to
> figure out how to prevent them from accessing the same
> linphone.db/logfile/config file/etc. as they would otherwise overwrite
> each others' changes.
> If you want to be reachable under several different phone numbers the
> conventional approach would be to set up call forwarding.
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