[asterisk-users] *SOLVED* Re: Anyone have any experience with inbound SIP trunks from Simwood?
A J Stiles
asterisk_list at earthshod.co.uk
Thu Aug 7 10:06:52 CDT 2014
On Wednesday 06 Aug 2014, I wrote:
> I'm trying -- unsuccessfully! -- to configure an inbound trunk with
> Simwood, and I was hoping someone on this list might have managed to do
> I have configured some numbers to route to a SIP endpoint
> %e164 at customer's server
> and convinced the customer to open up UDP ports 5060 and 10000 - 20000.
> Calling the number gets a SIP request from Simwood. The customer's machine
> then sends a SIP 401 response. Simwood send an ACK ..... and then
> nothing. Nothing appears in the Asterisk CLI; to get the SIP trace I used
> the command
> # ngrep -t -q -n -q -Wbyline -deth0 1283 port 5060
> (note that 1283 = the STD code from which the call is originating, so it
> should show up in any related packets.)
> ########## sip.conf ##########
..... And my mistake was in sip.conf. The configuration stanza I had named
"simwood_in_slough" should, of course, have been named after the number I had
programmed in at the other end of the trunk .....
*hangs head in shame*
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