We offer three registration types on a connection that can be used to register your switch to our switch. This is done at the connection level (i.e. CONNECTION page of your portal account), and only one registration type can be used per connection. The three registration types we offer are the following:

  • Credentials (User Authentication)
  • IP Address
  • FQDN
  • Call Control

Deciding on what registration type to use depends on your use case. As a rule of thumb, a Credential-based connection is used if you know that your external IP address may change (dynamic IP address). Use an IP-based connection if IP address will not change (static IP address).


Connection Creation

Follow the steps below to create a basic connection on the CONNECTION page of your Mission Control portal for each of the three registration types (Credentials, IP Address or FQDN)

Credentials (User Authentication)

Click the "+ Add Connection" button near the top right corner of the CONNECTION page to create a new connection.

  1. Enter the name you wish to have for your connection
  2. Select "Credentials" as the "Connection Type"
  3. A username and password will automatically be generated but you change the credentials by clicking the "edit" button to the left. - Please make sure you use strong credentials
  4. Click "Set Credentials"
  5. Click "Done"

Note - Once your Credential connection is created, you can display the username and password by clicking the eye icon under the "Auth Detail" column

Note - If you would like media traffic to be routed through a specific "AnchorSite" please send the username of the connection created in the "contact" header in your FIRST invite to Telnyx.


IP Address

Click the "+ Add Connection" button near the top right corner of the CONNECTION page to create a new connection.

  1. Enter the name you wish to have for your connection
  2. Select "IP Address" as the "Connection Type"
  3. Enter the IP address that your switch is behind - You can specify the port number by entering in your port number after the IP address with a colon in between. Example: 192.76.120.10:5060
  4. Click "Add IP"
  5. Click "Done" Note - You can assign multiple IP addresses to a single IP registered connection. You can set the routing priority and routing method implemented on the connection. 
  6. You are able to select a Sequential or Round-Robin as your Default Routing Method

FQDN

Click the "+ Add Connection" button near the top right corner of the CONNECTION page to create a new connection.

  1. Enter the name you wish to have for your connection
  2. Select "FQDN" as the "Connection Type"
  3. Enter your  fully qualified domain name in the "INBOUND" section and click "Add FQDN"
  4. In the "OUTBOUND" section, you can pick between Credential or IP authentication. Once the credential details or IP address has been entered select "Set Credentials" or "Add IP" depending on which authentication method you selected.
  5. Click "Done"
    Note - You can assign multiple FQDN addresses on the Inbound section and multiple IP addresses on the Outbound section to a single FQDN registered connection. You can set the routing priority and routing method implemented on the connection.

Call Control

Click the "+ Add Connection" button near the top right corner of the CONNECTION page to create a new connection.

  1. Enter the name you wish to have for your connection
  2. Select "Call Control" as the "Connection Type"
  3. Enter your "Webhook URL" (where we will deliver your call control Webhooks). You are also able to setup a Failover URL. (In the event your primary URL fails twice, we will route traffic to the Failover URL).

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