Domain Hosting

 

To enable your calling domain and to be fully functional part of the Videxio network, you need to add SIP and H323 SRV records to your DNS server to resolve the Videxio cloud servers.

 

Below is an example of the SRV records that need to be added to enable your calling domain. 

For SIP/SIPS:

RECORD WEIGHT PRI PORT DATA
_sip._udp.yourdomain.com 100 10 5060 ygg1.vp.vc
_sip._tcp.yourdomain.com 100 10 5060 ygg1.vp.vc
_sips._tcp.yourdomain.com 100 10 5061 ygg1.vp.vc

_sip._udp.yourdomain.com 100 50 5060 ygg2.vp.vc
_sip._tcp.yourdomain.com 100 50 5060 ygg2.vp.vc
_sips._tcp.yourdomain.com 100 50 5061 ygg2.vp.vc

and for H323:

RECORD WEIGHT PRI PORT DATA
_h323cs._tcp.yourdomain.com 100 10 1720 loke1.vp.vc
_h323cs._tcp.yourdomain.com 50 1720 loke2.vp.vc

Once you have updated your DNS servers, a full description and verification that your domain has been correctly configured can be found visiting the following web page:

http://check.videxio.com

 

Adding this will make you available to external parties (not part of the Videxio cloud) to be able to reach you using URI dialing (the preferred dialing method).

When updating your DNS entries you may be asked for a TTL (Time To Live) value. If you have no preference or do not know what to fill in here, we recommend to use a value of 3600 (seconds) as a good balance between migration time and traffic generation.

 

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