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 To :  Paul Chitescu <yate@v...>
 From :  jgrudzinskas@g...
 Subject :  Re: Re: [yate] Proxy Authentication Required
 Date :  Wed, 21 Jan 2009 14:47:38 +0000
Paul,

Could you please elaborate on your statement.

> This is caused by dialout-scheduler.php and dialout-dialer.php lacking  
support
>
> for forwarding the "line" parameter from routing.

Does this mean it can't be done? Or that it can't easily be done?

I have been reading through the mailing list archives and I am thinking  
that what I am trying to do (make yate act as a client from php) is not  
going to be easy because of routing issues to asterisk.
I am looking for some direction on where to go from here. Should I create a  
new yate client project and mimic what the qt4 client does to register  
itself to asterisk but without the user interface?

Or, are there some commands I can add to the dialout-scheduler.php that  
will actually register yate as a client without the need for the regexroute.

In this thead:  
http://yate.null.ro/archive/?action=show_msg&actionargs[]=5&actionargs[]=52
Diana says:

Yate it's a B2BUA not a proxy. So you can't pass authentification to
Asterisk.

I guess what I am trying to get my mind around is why the qt4-client can  
send/receive phone calls through asterisk, but calling Yate as a client  
from a php script is much more difficult.



Paul,

Could you please elaborate on your statement.

> This is caused by dialout-scheduler.php and dialout-dialer.php lacking support
>
> for forwarding the "line" parameter from routing.

Does this mean it can't be done? Or that it can't easily be done?

I have been reading through the mailing list archives and I am thinking that what I am trying to do (make yate act as a client from php) is not going to be easy because of routing issues to asterisk.
I am looking for some direction on where to go from here. Should I create a new yate client project and mimic what the qt4 client does to register itself to asterisk but without the user interface?

Or, are there some commands I can add to the dialout-scheduler.php that will actually register yate as a client without the need for the regexroute.

In this thead: http://yate.null.ro/archive/?action=show_msg&actionargs[]=5&actionargs[]=52
Diana says:

Yate it's a B2BUA not a proxy. So you can't pass authentification to
Asterisk.

I guess what I am trying to get my mind around is why the qt4-client can send/receive phone calls through asterisk, but calling Yate as a client from a php script is much more difficult.