How to create extensions in asterisk-pbx?

A SIP extension is configured in the SIP channel driver configuration file, called sip.conf. (This file resides in the Asterisk configuration directory, which is typically /etc/asterisk.)
Open sip.conf with your favorite text editor, scroll to the bottom of the file, and add a section for your extension. You’ll need to choose your own unique password for each account, and change the permit line to match the settings for your local network.

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How to setup SIP trunks in Asterisk?

Edit sip.conf (/etc/asterisk/sip.conf) in your favourite editor and add the following example configuration: [didforsale_1] type=peer host= nat=no canreinvite=no disallow=all allow=ulaw allow=g729 dtmfmode=rfc2833 insecure=very context=from-trunk...

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