[Asterisk-Users] Anyone got their Pulver WiSIP phone working
kc2eni at nyc-ares.org
Wed Mar 17 08:42:19 MST 2004
Nope, not nat'd. its on my internal network. I have canreinvite=no set and
By your response I guess you don't actually own one of these?
Steven Sokol said:
> Are you natted (behind a NAT screen)?
> Do you have any other SIP devices connected to the same network segment as
> your WiFi Access Point? Are they working correctly?
> I would try turning off the canreinvite (set = 0) and, if there's a NAT
> between you and the Asterisk, turn on nat support (nat = yes).
> Good luck,
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: asterisk-users-admin at lists.digium.com [mailto:asterisk-users-
>> admin at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Mark Phillips
>> Sent: Tuesday, March 16, 2004 3:04 PM
>> To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
>> Subject: [Asterisk-Users] Anyone got their Pulver WiSIP phone working
>> Hi Folks,
>> Took delivery of 3 of these today and am having problems. Pulver tech
>> support is pretty much non existant so I came here.
>> Problem is this. Phone configured to talk to * as extn 3405. * shows
>> 3405 has registered and a sip show peers reveals its ip address etc.
>> a call from the WiSIP to any extension and * shows the call getting as
>> as the native bridge. call fails after that point. If I let the VM pick
>> * plays the VM messages and then hangs up. At no time does the WiSIP
>> its connected.
>> In the reverse direction, a call to the WiSIP gets dumped into VM
>> If I call the phone by its URI it rings but the calling phone never
>> the call has been answered by the WiSIP.
>> I have 711 as the codec and inband DTMF (which the WiSIP thinks should
>> Any ideas ...
>> Mark Phillips, G7LTT/KC2ENI
>> Randolph, NJ
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