[SIP SIMPLE client] Registering SIP command-line client to Cisco Call Manager?

Saúl Ibarra Corretgé saul at ag-projects.com
Tue May 3 09:04:15 CEST 2011

On 05/02/2011 10:21 PM, Robert Kulagowski wrote:
> I am trying to put together a quick script that will do the following:
> Register to Call Manager with a numeric directory number.
> Automatically answer any calls to that number, save the resulting
> audio stream to a file.
> Multicast the audio file.
> (I am trying to implement a store-and-forward paging system).
> In using the command-line clients for testing, I can't see how to
> configure this for Call Manager.  In my other SIP devices, there are
> two separate things that must be done to register the device to Call
> Manager:
> First, the endpoint registers to CM using with a user ID (which in
> this case would be the DN I specify, such as 123456).  It must also
> present a authenticate ID (which would be a username configured on the
> Call Manager, such as "linuxmulticast" and a password such as
> "password").
> There doesn't appear to be a way to do this using the command line
> clients (or at least I haven't figured it out using the examples).

SIPSIMPLE SDK is a standard SIP library, along with some SIP test 
scripts. In order to connect it to CM you'll need to figure out what 
that 'DN' maps to in the SIP world.

A SIP account consists in a nutshell of a SIP identifier (the SIP URI, 
user at domain.com) and a password. The authentication username may also be 
configured under the 'auth' section using the sip-settings script.


Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
AG Projects

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