[asterisk-users] No extension found ?
govoiper at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 02:56:00 CDT 2012
I wonder if anyone from asterisk development can tell about putting a subet
in *host=192.168.2.0/26 *field.
I fear you may need to declare peers for those ~20 IPs in worst case.
On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 12:38 PM, Olivier CALVANO <o.calvano at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Sammy,
> Yes my telco have a lot of IP, i receive a call from ~20 ip ..
> I can't put a subnet ?
> best regards
> Le 23 avril 2012 07:57, SamyGo <govoiper at gmail.com> a écrit :
> > Hi,
> >> No matching peer for '+331MYCLID' from '84.xx.xx.72:5060'
> > This line is telling you everything. The peer you've declared isn't being
> > matched for the incoming call and hence it tries to look in "default"
> > context (I assume allowguest=yes in your sip.conf)
> > Make sure that your peer is matched, since you've qualify=yes defined
> > execute the command "sip show peer Trunk-Telco" in asterisl CLI and see
> > status of the peer.
> > What I'm guessing is that the telco has multiple IPs to send you calls
> > the incoming call isn't coming from the IP you've declared in your sip
> > telco-trunk section. I don't think we can set a subnet in
> > host=87.XX.XX.XX/28 parameter.!!
> > Regards,
> > Sammy.
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