[asterisk-users] Binding SIP on multiple ports [SOLVED])
oza.4h07 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 5 08:53:46 CDT 2014
I'm gonna it try ASAP !
Is there another way (ie not using different ports) to get several trunks
to a given ITSP ?
Let me explain this a bit further.
My setup is:
ITSP <---- SIP----> Asterisk <----> Phones
For various reasons, I want my Asterisk box to have several trunks/SIP
account with my ITSP.
First method, is to configure a specific port for each trunk: ITSP will
receive traffic from two different IP/ports pairs, so it could work.
Is there another method (maybe one that works for Asterisk 11) ?
2014-08-05 15:41 GMT+02:00 Joshua Colp <jcolp at digium.com>:
> Olivier wrote:
>> With asterisk 12 improvements, is it now possible to bind an asterisk
>> SIP stack to several ports ?
>> For instance, to both emit or listen on ports 5060 and 5062.
> chan_sip does not support this but chan_pjsip does by configuring multiple
> transports, each using a different port.
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