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In the context of this guide a trunk is used to route calls between your Asterisk PBX
and your desired VSP(Voice Service Provider), in this case Callcentric. In this section
we will configure a SIP trunk.


ogin to freePBX administrative interface


Click on c in top right of page


Click on  in left side navigation


Click ! c  in middle of page


Scroll to Ô
 c   and enter   into  field


Copy and paste the following into the   field:
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  2222 
  
 2222 
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2 ! ! "
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Where 1777XXXXXXX is your Callcentric number and SUPERSECRET is the same password you create
when you sign up for you Callcentric account. Optionally you may change it in your preferences.


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Enter your registration string in this
format:$ ! ! "%2222 &

Where 1777XXXXXXX is your Callcentric number and SUPERSECRET is the same password you create
when you sign up for you Callcentric account. Optionally you may change it in your preferences.


Click on c    to add your new SIP trunk to your Asterisk server


Click on the red bar at the top of the screen to apply the changes you just made

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ëow you will want to edit your sip_general_custom.conf file and enter, or modify,
the following lines:
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If using trixbox this will have to be done through the web interface to edit your
config files.

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If using freePBX you will need to log in to your server and edit the &2&  '& 
2  file
manually, usually with an editor such as nano.

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An outbound route sends calls which are dialed in a certain pattern to your desired
VSP, in this case Callcentric.


Click on Ô
 
 to configure your Asterisk box to send calls to
Callcentric


Enter 
  into 
 field


Scroll to c and select the c  trunk from the drop
down list


Click on c    to add your new route to your Asterisk server


Click on the red bar at the top of the screen to apply the changes you just made

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An extension in this context is an account on your Asterisk PBX which provides an


account number which another UA (software or hardware used for calling) can
connect to in order to make and receive calls. There are a few types of extensions.
Here we will create a SIP extension.

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Click on !
 to add a new extension which will connect to your Asterisk
server


Choose c as the extension type


Enter 1000 for the extension number


åor now we will use a generic identifier for this extension. Enterå 
!
 for the  " field. ater you may enter a unique identifier of
your choice


Enter your desired password in the c field. You will use this password when
configuring your desired UA later in order to connect to your Asterisk PBX

Click on c    to add your new extension to your Asterisk server


Click on the red bar at the top of the screen to apply the changes you just made

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Inbound configuration can become extremely complex. With an inbound route you
are given the flexibility to send incoming calls to a whole range of destinations. åor
example you may route an incoming call to a specific extension, to a ring group or
to an IVR. In this section we are going to setup an inbound route which will handle
AëY incoming calls on AëY number, including emergency numbers, and simply route
those calls to a specific extension (1000). ater on you can configure more complex
routing schemes.

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Click on 
 
 to configure the routing of calls to your Callcentric
account


If there isn't a default inbound route called )))*+ "  then click
on ! 
  
. You will first want to fill the  field with
your ))) number. Make sure to leave the  and ,
 blank in order to match any incoming call. This is useful if you wish to
receive all calls


Scroll down to c 



Choose å !
%---& from the
 dropdown box


Click on c    to add your new inbound route to your Asterisk server


Click on the red bar at the top of the screen to apply the changes you just made

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Choose your desired UA.


Use the IP address or hostname for your Asterisk box along with 1000 (the
extension created earlier) and password for the 1000 extension to connect to your
Asterisk box


ëext you will want to try placing test calls to and from your Asterisk PBX using the
UA currently connected to your newly created extension (1000).
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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:
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may also use 00 instead of 011).

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