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<graphviz>
 
<graphviz>
 
digraph iph_lan {
 
digraph iph_lan {
subgraph cluster0 {
 
  label="Old Data Center";
 
  Old_Server [ label="OpenVPN Server (Old)\n172.30.0.1/23" ];
 
}
 
  
subgraph office_lan {
+
   Old_Server [ label="OpenVPN Server (Old)\n172.30.0.1/23" ];
   label="Office LAN";
+
   Office_Clients [ label="Old Client\ntun0: 172.30.0.89\nem0: 10.0.0.1\n\nNew Client\ntap0/em0 Bridged" ];
   Office_Client_1 [ label="OpenVPN Client\ntun0: 172.30.0.89\nem0: 10.0.0.1" ];
+
   New_Server [ label="OpenVPN Server (New)\n10.0.5.5/16" ];
   Office_Client_2 [ label="OpenVPN Client 2\nbridge0 (em0, tap0)" ];  
+
   Remote_Client_1 [ label="VPN User 1\n10.0.3.1/16" ];
   Office_Client_1 -> Old_Server [ label="   ", color="red" ];
+
   Remote_Client_2 [ label="VPN User 2\n10.0.3.2/16" ];
   Old_Server -> Office_Client_1 [ label="   ", color="green" ];
+
  Remote_Client_3 [ label="VPN User 3\n10.0.3.3/16" ];
}
+
  Remote_Client_4 [ label="VPN User 4\n10.0.3.4/16" ];
subgraph usi_lan {
+
    label="New Data Center";
+
    New_Server [ label="OpenVPN Server (New)\n10.0.5.5/16" ];
+
}
+
  
 +
Remote_Client_1 -> New_Server;
 +
Remote_Client_2 -> New_Server;
 +
Remote_Client_3 -> New_Server;
 +
Remote_Client_4 -> New_Server;
 +
Office_Clients -> Old_Server;
 +
Office_Clients -> New_Server;
 
</graphviz>
 
</graphviz>

Revision as of 10:00, 11 March 2010

FreeSwitch Hot-Seating:

Log In/Out

The user logs in with *<EXT> and out with #<EXT>. I am working on the logic to require the user's voicemail password as part of the string. Log In: *<EXT> -> 'Please enter your password, followed by pound.' -> XXXX -> ' You are now logged in.' Log out: #<EXT> -> 'You are now logged out.'

forwarding

Each phone has a 1XXX extension number. You can not call these numbers, they are virtual only. Each user has a 2XXX number. These are the numbers you dial. The log in process creates two DB entries, one in realm route_to and one in realm route_from. route_to is <virt_ext> -> <hard_phone> and route_from is <hard_phone> -> <virt_ext>. Route_to is used to determine which phone the user is at. route_from is used to set caller id and orignation extension when that user dials another.

seat changes

A user can re-log in to any extension and will be logged out of the existing extension. A user can also log out from any extension. If another user logs in to a phone for which a user was already logged in, the original user will be logged out.

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