Summary:ASTERISK-10746: URI direct dialing to target domain : call rejected if source extension exist in the destination dialplan.
Reporter:Olivier ADLER (france ip)Labels:
Date Opened:2007-11-12 16:37:34.000-0600Date Closed:2007-11-12 16:49:15.000-0600
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When calling from an SIP user Agent, if the calling party is using an extension number used inside the called party dialplan, then asterisk wants to authenticate the call instead of considering the call as anonymous.

This is not desirable, for example if using Xlite and the target domain uri dialing option, the extension number sent inside the sip body is the one from the regsitered on the calling party asterisk machine. If this extension does exist on the destination asterisk, but with a different password, then the call will get a 403 forbidden, instead of being considered an anonymous call.

This is a serious problem when using such softphones in an asterisk world, when we send out URI calls directly using the target domain IP ou SRV record.

Comments:By: Jason Parker (jparker) 2007-11-12 16:49:15.000-0600

1.2 is in security maintenance mode.  Please attempt to reproduce this issue with 1.4, and reopen if you are able to.