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The following shows an example of the things you may need to change in your pjsip.conf file.
Example Minimal res_digium_phone.conf File Changes
[network1] type=network alias=My Default Network ; This is the name of the network profile cidr=192.168.10.0/24 registration_address=192.168.10.3 ; This is the IP address of your Asterisk server registration_port=5060 transport=udp [echosphone] ; This line sets the name of the phone type=phone mac=000FD30D1F8B ; Be sure to set the correct MAC address for your phone network=network1 ; This line sets the network the phone is connected to (above) pin=1234 group_pin=1234 line=echo2904 ; This is the name of the line to configure on the phone active_locale=en_US timezone=America/Chicago [echo2904] ; This is the line configuration, it must match the line= setting in the phone configuration above and the line name in the PJSIP file type=line line_label=2904 ; This is the text to display next to the line button on the phone display mailbox=2904 ; This is the voicemail box digit_map=[0-8]xxx|911|9411|9611|9011xxx.T3|91xxxxxxxxxx|9[2-9]xxxxxx|*xxx.T3 transport=udp
Reloading After Configuration Changes
If you make changes to the res_digium_phone.conf file and need to get Asterisk to re-load the configuration you can run the module reload res_digium_phone.so command from the Asterisk CLI to re-read the file.
After to re-read the file you can run the digium_phones reconfigure all command to have the phones get reconfigured with the new settings.