Difference between from-sip-external & from-pstn ?

JohnyBeGood

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Hi,

I was suggested by support to change in sip.conf
from default context = from-sip-external to context = from-pstn
and add bellow that srvlookup=yes
But what does it means?
 

DaveD

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The only thing I changed in sip.conf was the context from-sip-external to from-trunk as It would not route properly with my setup as all my trunk setups have from-trunk in the config
the context from-pstn I changed in zapata.conf to from-zaptel to enable zap and DID routing
 

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DaveD said:
The only thing I changed in sip.conf was the context from-sip-external to from-trunk as It would not route properly with my setup as all my trunk setups have from-trunk in the config
the context from-pstn I changed in zapata.conf to from-zaptel to enable zap and DID routing
Thanks for the reply!

So, in other words if my inbound routing is working not to change it?
I have couple of trunks and most of them have context = from-pstn
I'm not sure if I should go with if it ain't broke don't fix it ?
 

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If it is not broken leave it be
 

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Ok,
Just curios, does anyone knows where can I find some info that explains each context (trunk, pstn..) ?
 

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I appreciate your help but I wasn't able to find anything related to "context="
 

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