There is not much documentation about that, but we’ve been experimenting with such equipment(it was Lifesize actually, but again a sip video endpoint) using jibri:
Here is all the available documentation:
# SIP Gateway
Currently the XMPP API is the only officially supported API, so this doc will discuss how to configure Jibri to allow SIP gateway calls via the XMPP API.
To use the SIP gateway functionality of Jibri, you'll need to set the `sip_control_muc` field in `config.json`, it can be found within the `XmppEnvironment` field. Jibri will join this MUC to announce itself of being capable of providing SIP gateway services to Jicofo.
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# Configuring sipgw jibri with jitsi-meet
This document describes how you can configure jitsi-meet to use sipgw jibri and enable rooms in 'Add people dialog'
You will need a working deployment of jibri configured to use a regular sip video device, for more info check out the [jibri documentation](https://github.com/jitsi/jibri/blob/master/README.md).
This feature is available for non-guests of the system, so this relies on setting in config.js ``enableUserRolesBasedOnToken: true`` and providing a jwt token when accessing the conference.
* Jicofo configuration:
edit /etc/jitsi/jicofo/sip-communicator.properties (or similar), set the appropriate MUC to look for the Jibri Controllers. This should be the same MUC as is referenced in jibri's config.json file. Restart Jicofo after setting this property.
* Jitsi Meet configuration:
- config.js: add