# $Id$
#
# The Kamailio configuration file for the control tools.
#
# Here you can set variables used in the kamctl and kamdbctl setup
# scripts. Per default all variables here are commented out, the control tools
# will use their internal default values.

## your SIP domain
# SIP_DOMAIN=kamailio.org

## chrooted directory
# $CHROOT_DIR="/path/to/chrooted/directory"

## database type: MYSQL, PGSQL, ORACLE, DB_BERKELEY, or DBTEXT, by default none is loaded
# If you want to setup a database with kamdbctl, you must at least specify
# this parameter.
# DBENGINE=MYSQL

## database host
# DBHOST=localhost

## database name (for ORACLE this is TNS name)
# DBNAME=openser

# database path used by dbtext or db_berkeley
# DB_PATH="/usr/local/etc/kamailio/dbtext"

## database read/write user
# DBRWUSER=openser

## password for database read/write user
# DBRWPW="openserrw"

## database read only user
# DBROUSER=openserro

## password for database read only user
# DBROPW=openserro

## database super user (for ORACLE this is 'scheme-creator' user)
# DBROOTUSER="root"

# user name column
# USERCOL="username"


# SQL definitions
# If you change this definitions here, then you must change them 
# in db/schema/entities.xml too.
# FIXME

# FOREVER="2020-05-28 21:32:15"
# DEFAULT_ALIASES_EXPIRES=$FOREVER
# DEFAULT_Q="1.0"
# DEFAULT_CALLID="Default-Call-ID"
# DEFAULT_CSEQ="13"
# DEFAULT_LOCATION_EXPIRES=$FOREVER


# Program to calculate a message-digest fingerprint 
# MD5="md5sum"

# awk tool
# AWK="awk"

# If you use a system with a grep and egrep that is not 100% gnu grep compatible,
# e.g. solaris, install the gnu grep (ggrep) and specify this below.
#
# grep tool
# GREP="grep"

# egrep tool
# EGREP="egrep"

# sed tool
# SED="sed"

# tail tool
# LAST_LINE="tail -n 1"

# expr tool
# EXPR="expr"


# Describe what additional tables to install. Valid values for the variables
# below are yes/no/ask. With ask (default) it will interactively ask the user
# for an answer, while yes/no allow for automated, unassisted installs.
#

# If to install tables for the modules in the EXTRA_MODULES variable.
# INSTALL_EXTRA_TABLES=ask

# If to install presence related tables.
# INSTALL_PRESENCE_TABLES=ask

# Define what module tables should be installed.
# If you use the postgres database and want to change the installed tables, then you
# must also adjust the STANDARD_TABLES or EXTRA_TABLES variable accordingly in the
# kamdbctl.base script.

# Kamailio standard modules
# STANDARD_MODULES="standard acc lcr domain group permissions registrar usrloc msilo
#                   alias_db uri_db speeddial avpops auth_db pdt dialog dispatcher
#                   dialplan"

# Kamailio extra modules
# EXTRA_MODULES="imc cpl siptrace domainpolicy carrierroute userblacklist htable purple"


## type of aliases used: DB - database aliases; UL - usrloc aliases
## - default: none
# ALIASES_TYPE="DB"

## control engine: FIFO or UNIXSOCK
## - default FIFO
# CTLENGINE="FIFO"

## path to FIFO file
# OSER_FIFO="FIFO"

## check ACL names; default on (1); off (0)
# VERIFY_ACL=1

## ACL names - if VERIFY_ACL is set, only the ACL names from below list
## are accepted
# ACL_GROUPS="local ld int voicemail free-pstn"

## verbose - debug purposes - default '0'
# VERBOSE=1

## do (1) or don't (0) store plaintext passwords
## in the subscriber table - default '1'
# STORE_PLAINTEXT_PW=0

## OPENSER START Options
## PID file path - default is: /var/run/kamailio.pid
# PID_FILE=/var/run/kamailio.pid

## Extra start options - default is: not set
# example: start Kamailio with 64MB share memory: STARTOPTIONS="-m 64"
# STARTOPTIONS=