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Use this object to define characteristics of a VoIP subscriber to be used to support Application Layer call forking. The VoIP Subscriber profile specifies a URI type, user name, and domain name and associates that entity with an AoR Group Profile. When the VoIP subscriber is the target of a call, the AoR Group Profile is used in forking calls to multiple subscriber devices (AoRs).

Refer to Profiles - Aor Group Profile and Configuring Call Forking Feature in the SBC for more information.

To View Voip Subscribers 

On the SBC main screen navigate to All > Profiles > Voip Subscriber.

The Voip Subscriber window opens showing a list of any configured VoIP subscribers.

Figure : Voip Subscribers window

To Create a New VoIP Subscriber

To create a new VoIP subscriber, click New Voip Subscriber on the Voip Subscriber List window. The Create New Voip Subscriber window is displayed.

Figure : Create New Voip Subscriber window


The parameters and their descriptions are given below:

ParameterDescription
Voip Subscriber DataSpecifies the URI type, user name, and domain name for the VoIP subscriber. Up to 150 characters are allowed.
Aor Group ProfileSelect the name of an existing AoR Group Profile to associate with the VoIP subscriber.
Egress RURIAttribute

Specifes what URI to send in the Request URI of egress messages. Options are:

  • Aor Egress (default)
  • Called URI

Make the necessary entries and click Save.

To Edit a VoIP Subscriber

  1. To edit a VoIP subscriber object, select the server from the Voip Subscriber List window by clicking the radio button next to it.
  2. The Edit Voip  Subscriber window is displayed.
  3. Make necessary changes and click Save to save the changes. 

To Copy a Selected VoIP Subscriber

  1. To copy a VoIP Subscriber object, select the server from the Voip Subscriber List window by clicking the radio button next to it.
  2. Click Copy Voip Subscriber on the Voip Subscriber List window. The Copy Selected Voip Subscriber window is displayed.
  3. Make necessary changes and click Save to save the changes. Click Undo Edits to cancel all changes.

To Delete a VoIP Subscriber

  1. To delete a VoIP subscriber object, click the X symbol at the right of the row containing the server name that you want to delete. A dialog box pops up, asking for confirmation of deletion.
  2. Click Yes to confirm deletion when prompted. 
  3. Click Ok to complete the deletion process.