[Asterisk-Users] Asterisk for different networks in different cities
martin.mielke at thales-is.com
Wed Mar 24 08:22:17 MST 2004
I have installed Asterisk and SIP calls are successfull inside our office.
Then I created some extensions for my colleagues in other city. As our
offices are connected trough a dedicated point-to-point line, by now
I'll just create the extensions for the "remote" people in the Asterisk
machine at my side of the line just for testing...
OK. Now problems arise...
* city-A has an IP addressing in the form 172.20.1.x/255.255.224.0
* city-B has an IP addressing in the form 192.168.0.x/255.255.255.0
In /etc/asterisk/sip.conf I see this parameter:
localnet = 172.20.1.0
Is it possible to have something like: localnet = 172.20.1.0, 192.168.0.0 ?
The routes to reach city-B from the Asterisk host are OK, and the router
on city-B has the right configuration to reach city-A.
Now, when a user in city-B registers into Asterisk, or I attempt to call
somebody there I see this message on console:
*CLI> Mar 23 06:47:03 WARNING: chan_sip.c:495 retrans_pkt:
Maximum retries exceeded on call
D5628230-09C4-4839-902E-86DF85DCDA02 at 192.168.0.203 for seqno 1 (Response)
Of course, both firewalls allow traffic between both ends...
Some example users from boths offices (user1 in city-A, user2 in city-B):
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