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Setting the outbound context is a little trickier.  This setting needs to be applied to each PJSIP extension that is to be used for sending messages.  However, the setting does not exist in the user interface, so it needs to be added manually using the configuration editor.
Setting the outbound context is a little trickier.  This setting needs to be applied to each PJSIP extension that is to be used for sending messages.  However, the setting does not exist in the user interface, so it needs to be added manually using the configuration editor.
# Go to '''Admin/Config Edit'''.  In the Asterisk custom Configuration Files, find '''pjsip.endpoint_custom_post.conf'''.
# Go to '''Admin/Config Edit'''.  In the Asterisk custom Configuration Files, find '''pjsip.endpoint_custom_post.conf'''.
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# For each of your PJSIP extension, add the following block of text, making sure to replace '''NNNNNNNNNN''' with the extension identifier, which should be the same as one of your DIDs as mentioned above.  Nothe the (+) symbol, which specifies that the setting is to be added to the existing setting extension:
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# For each of your PJSIP extension, add the following block of text, making sure to replace '''NNNNNNNNNN''' with the extension identifier, which should be the same as one of your DIDs, as mentioned above.  Note the (+) symbol, which specifies that the setting is to be added to the existing extension:
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[NNNNNNNNNN](+)        ; Replace NNNNNNNNNN with the corresponding PJSIP extension name
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Revision as of 14:39, 17 July 2019

Contents

Introduction

This page will detail the basic configuration required in order to send and receive SMS messages through FreePBX

The information in this page is based on the newer PJSIP channel driver. This is because the older chan_sip driver does not correctly implement authentication for SIP messaging, which is mandatory with VoIP.ms servers for security reasons. The current version of FreePBX supports using both SIP channel drivers side by side without any issue.

For this particular tutorial, we assume the following:

Setting the messaging contexts

Setting the inbound messaging context

The first step in implementing SIP messaging with FreePBX is setting the contexts for inbound and outbound messaging. These contexts are the places, in the FreePBX dial-plan, where inbound and outbound messages will be handled. The inbound context is specified as part of your PJSIP Trunk settings:

  1. Go to Connectivity/Trunks. Find the PJSIP Trunk that is the one connecting to the VoIP.ms POP in the list and edit it.
  2. In PJSIP Settings, choose the Advanced tab.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and enter sms-in in the Message Context field.
  4. Submit your changes and Apply the new config.

Setting the outbound messaging context

Setting the outbound context is a little trickier. This setting needs to be applied to each PJSIP extension that is to be used for sending messages. However, the setting does not exist in the user interface, so it needs to be added manually using the configuration editor.

  1. Go to Admin/Config Edit. In the Asterisk custom Configuration Files, find pjsip.endpoint_custom_post.conf.
  2. For each of your PJSIP extension, add the following block of text, making sure to replace NNNNNNNNNN with the extension identifier, which should be the same as one of your DIDs, as mentioned above. Note the (+) symbol, which specifies that the setting is to be added to the existing extension:
[NNNNNNNNNN](+)         ; Replace NNNNNNNNNN with the corresponding PJSIP extension name
message_context=sms-out

Filling in the dial-plan

The next step is to fill in your FreePBX dial-plan with the necessary code to handle inbound and outbound SMS.

  1. Go to Admin/Config Edit. In the Asterisk custom Configuration Files, find extensions_custom.conf.
  2. Add each of the following blocks of code:

Filling in the inbound messaging context

The following assumes that there is a direct correspondence between the destination number, taken from the X-SMS-To SIP header, and the name of the PJSIP profile the message should be sent to. Otherwise, you will need to add some code to do the mapping.

[sms-in]
exten => _.,1,NoOp(Inbound SMS dialplan invoked)
exten => _.,n,NoOp(To ${MESSAGE(to)})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(From ${MESSAGE(from)})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(Body ${MESSAGE(body)})
exten => _.,n,Set(NUMBER_TO=${MESSAGE_DATA(X-SMS-To)})
exten => _.,n,Set(HOST_TO=${CUT(MESSAGE(to),@,2)})
exten => _.,n,Set(ACTUAL_FROM=${MESSAGE(from)})
exten => _.,n,Set(ACTUAL_TO=pjsip:${NUMBER_TO}@${HOST_TO})
exten => _.,n,MessageSend(${ACTUAL_TO},${ACTUAL_FROM})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(Send status is ${MESSAGE_SEND_STATUS})
exten => _.,n,Hangup()

Filling in the outbound messaging context

Make sure you replace TRUNK_NAME with the name of your PJSIP trunk that is registering with a VoIP.ms server. Also replace VOIPMS_ACCOUNT with the account (or sub-account) that is used to do so, as well as VOIPMS_SERVER_NAME with the domain name of the VoIP.ms server (something like sanjose2.voip.ms for example).

[sms-out]
exten => _.,1,NoOp(Outbound Message dialplan invoked)
exten => _.,n,NoOp(To ${MESSAGE(to)})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(From ${MESSAGE(from)})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(Body ${MESSAGE(body)})
exten => _.,n,Set(NUMBER_FROM=${CUT(CUT(MESSAGE(from),@,1),:,2)})
exten => _.,n,Set(NUMBER_TO=${CUT(CUT(MESSAGE(to),@,1),:,2)})
exten => _.,n,Set(ACTUAL_FROM="${NUMBER_FROM}" <sip:VOIPMS_ACCOUNT@VOIPMS_SERVER_NAME>) ; Replace VOIPMS_ACCOUNT and VOIPMS_SERVER_NAME with their corresponding values
exten => _.,n,Set(ACTUAL_TO=pjsip:TRUNK_NAME/sip:${NUMBER_TO}@VOIPMS_SERVER_NAME>)      ; Replace TRUNK_NAME and VOIPMS_SERVER_NAME with their corresponding values
exten => _.,n,MessageSend(${ACTUAL_TO},${ACTUAL_FROM})
exten => _.,n,NoOp(Send status is ${MESSAGE_SEND_STATUS})
exten => _.,n,Hangup()

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