Click here to find out how to configure your Asterisk PBX to receive incoming calls from VoIPon.
Once you have received you SIP account activation details then you are ready to make calls using your Asterisk server
Outgoing PSTN SIP Trunk
The preferred method of configuring Asterisk is by using a combination of the sip.conf and extensions.conf files. The sip.conf file enables you to have much more configuration control over your SIP connection, allowing you to control things such as codec priorities, trunking, etc.
For connection to VoIPon, a basic sip.conf entry would be:
The corresponding entry in extensions.conf would be:
Where USERID is your VoIPon ID, PW is your VoIPon password and voipon is the name of the SIP entity created in sip.conf for your VoIPon account.
SIP to SIP Calls
To make free SIP calls to any VoIPon ID add the following to extensions.conf:
Dialling Other Networks
Please configure your extensions.conf locally for other networks.
To access our special numbers, you will need to add an extra dial string into your dial plan:
All special numbers are 3 digits on length and start with the 9 prefix, for example:
- 900 - Dial VoIPon Customer Services
- 902 - Welcome Message
- 903 - Speak your extension
- 904 - Echo test
Please see our Useful Numbers page for more information.