What about sip.conf.0

Hello all,

I have installed freepbx and asterisk in a box, I browse the /etc/asterisk/ directory and I saw lots of files about sip, like sip_aditional.conf sip_custom.conf sip_general_… and a file called sip.conf.0. The file sip.conf.0 has general parameters about sip, like bindaddr, bindport, context, and many other options.
The problem I have is that this file (sip.conf.0) is not included in sip.conf but the other sip files are included in sip.conf as you can see.

Must I include this file (sip.conf.0) in my asterisk config or it is not necesary to get asterisk running properly?

Thanks for your help.


— My sip.conf ----

; do not edit this file, this is an auto-generated file by freepbx
; all modifications must be done from the web gui

; enable and force the sip jitterbuffer. If these settings are desired
; they should be set in the sip_general_custom.conf file as this file
; will get overwritten during reloads and upgrades.
; jbenable=yes
; jbforce=yes

; These will all be included in the [general] context
#include sip_general_additional.conf
#include sip_general_custom.conf
#include sip_nat.conf
#include sip_registrations_custom.conf
#include sip_registrations.conf

; These should all be expected to come after the [general] context
#include sip_custom.conf
#include sip_additional.conf
#include sip_custom_post.conf

---- sip.conf ----------

When FreePBX is installed/updated it goes through a series of migrations from version to version. At one point, the migration included moving sip.conf into the core module and sym-linking the one provided by core to /etc/asterisk. Any time such a move is made, FreePBX will attempt to save old versions and it does such by renaming them like the sip.conf.0 that you are referring to. You will find other similar files as well.