[asterisk-dev] IAX Hardphone (again)

Bill Shaw b.shaw at comcast.net
Sun Dec 4 09:31:52 CST 2011

Yes,  I agree that is what it is behaving like,  but there is no 
firewall.  All the devices are on the same segment,  and call setup 
works in the other direction.  I can setup the legs and transfer voice 
packets bidirectionally just fine if the call originates from the other 
end.  It looks to me like my 'new' is being dropped by Asterisk.  I'm 
pretty sure I'm doing something wrong,  I just don't have the info I 
need to figure out what I'm doing wrong.

Thanks for your input,


On 12/4/2011 3:46 AM, Tilghman Lesher wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 1:28 PM, Bill Shaw<b.shaw at comcast.net>  wrote:
>> Did I misunderstand the calltoken usage?  I thought I was to send a
>> calltoken with 0 length data in my 'new' to indicate to the PBX that I could
>> handle call tokens?  No?
>> I did a packet capture and uploaded a short Wireshark capture file to:
>> http://b.shaw.home.comcast.net/new.pcap
> Your packet capture is behaving very much like the packets originating
> from are getting dropped by the firewall before they reach
> their destination, or possibly the reverse:  the firewall is dropping packets
> with a destination of before they can be sent over the interface.
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