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  • Adding WebRTC to your SIP-based call center involves getting familiar with Twilio SIP Interface, webhooks and TwiML, and Twilio Client. Calls are directed from your PBX to a SIP domain you configure on Twilio, and your application tells Twilio which WebRTC endpoint to connect the call to.

  • Step 1

    Create a SIP Interface

    Use Twilio SIP Interface to create a SIP domain for Twilio to receive calls from your PBX.

  • Step 2

    Configure your call center

    Configure your VoIP Infrastructure to send calls for particular users/numbers to your new Twilio domain. When Twilio receives calls, your web server receives a webhook.

  • Step 3

    Connect your SIP Interface to WebRTC Clients

    Your application responds with TwiML to specify which client username that call should map to. Your application server might map the dialed number from the SIP domain to a client username, or you might use the same client usernames as SIP usernames.

  • Step 4

    Integrate the SDK into your web app

    Include the Twilio Client SDK in your JavaScript web application. Twilio Client registers with Twilio with a token that specifies the username of the client. The SDK provides events that are triggered when a call is received.

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