I’ve seen that Asterisk stores in ASTDB entries like:
/SIP/Registry/spa3102 : 192.168.64.207:5060:
1. My understanding is that any peer that sent to Asterisk a REGISTER
message has such entry set. So having these entries present avoid for a starting Asterisk the need to way for incoming REGISTER messages which can be as long as 30mn to come in my use case. Is it roughly correct or am I missing something ?
2. When configuring a passive Asterisk node (waiting for an active node to be manually shutdown), is it safe to copy such SIP/Registry entries from one node to another ?
Both active and passive nodes will get Debian’s packaged Asterisk 13.14.1.
3. How is best to set such SIP/Registry entries ?
Using SQLite load command when asterisk is not running and asterisk -rx
“database put SIP/Registry …” when asterisk is running ?