[jitsi-users] SIP Dial-in numbers/PIN

Hello,

I've noticed that meet.jit.si has really nice integration with SIP/PSTN dial in function. This is something I would like to replicate on my server's Jitsi Meet.
Could someone tell me how this is achieved - I can use Jigasi, but that adds complications with SIP_Headers on the PBX and doesn't really allow users to easily dial into a conference that has alphanumeric characters as the room name (IMHO).

I would like the function that generates a PIN for the room people are currently in. I run my own FreePBX setup and will dedicate a 'landline' number to be forwarded to Jitsi Meet, I just need to know how the PIN generation etc. happens. See image if I'm not clear: https://ibb.co/fh2Ymx

Thanks, Tom

Hi,

Check this thread, does it help:
http://lists.jitsi.org/pipermail/dev/2018-March/037130.html

Regards
damencho

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On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 2:18 AM, Tom Richardson <tom@one2.tech> wrote:

Hello,

I've noticed that meet.jit.si has really nice integration with SIP/PSTN
dial in function. This is something I would like to replicate on my
server's Jitsi Meet.
Could someone tell me how this is achieved - I can use Jigasi, but that
adds complications with SIP_Headers on the PBX and doesn't really allow
users to easily dial into a conference that has alphanumeric characters as
the room name (IMHO).

I would like the function that generates a PIN for the room people are
currently in. I run my own FreePBX setup and will dedicate a 'landline'
number to be forwarded to Jitsi Meet, I just need to know how the PIN
generation etc. happens. See image if I'm not clear:
https://ibb.co/fh2Ymx

Thanks, Tom

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The URL link - http://lists.jitsi.org/pipermail/dev/2018-March/037130.html - does not render on browser and possibility to verify and reply with updated URL link?

Here is the content of that link: [jitsi-dev] IVR/Dial-In setup

I followed the manual but failed:

// Call In Numbers and Codes
dialInNumbersUrl: 'http://localhost/jitsi_dialin.json',
dialInConfCodeUrl: 'https://jitsi-api.jitsi.net/conferenceMapper',

This is the dialin file:

> curl -i http://localhost/jitsi_dialin.json
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Thu, 07 May 2020 00:38:40 GMT
Server: Apache/2.4.38 (Debian)
Last-Modified: Thu, 07 May 2020 00:16:15 GMT
ETag: "5d-5a503c9f2777f"
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Content-Length: 93
Content-Type: application/json

{"message":"Dial-In numbers:","numbers":{"DE": ["+49-xxx-xxx-xxx"]},"numbersEnabled":true}

This doesn’t show any messages bout the Dial-In and PIN in the rooms. I could not find anything in the logs. What am I missing?

You cannot use http there

And localhost will work only if your browser is on the same machine as jitsi-meet

Ah. For some reason I though dialInNumbersUrl is called by the server and not by the client. Now it makes more sense and now it works, thanks!

I placed the json in /etc/jisti/meet/ and added this to my apache2 config:

Alias "/dialin.json" "/etc/jitsi/meet/dialin.json"
<Location /dialin.json>
  Require all granted
</Location>

and changed the URL:

dialInNumbersUrl: 'https://meet.example.com/dialin.json',