[asterisk-users] Using external RTP proxy for res_pjsip
BryantZ at zktech.com
Mon Nov 2 08:39:15 CST 2015
What kind of volume are you running?
You can use asterisk as a proxy if you set it up correctly. The choice
would fall on the volume and the operational needs.
To use an external proxy you would either need to register to the proxy or
have a trusted IP to IP relationship. If your carrier allows for endpoint
registration then you could attached your asterisk server directly, and
would not need a proxy. If you have an IP for a proxy you could also do a
NAT translation from that IP directly to the Asterisk server and negate the
need for a proxy all together.
As far as connecting to a proxy. You would need a pjsip endpoint either
with a trusted IP or with a registration to your proxy server.
As far as exactly what should go in your pjsip.conf that depends on your
final implementation. You have not given enough detail of your network
situation, and the reasons for a proxy to adequately advise you any
Good luck. I hope some of the above is helpful to you.
From: "Dmitriy Serov" <serov.d.p at gmail.com>
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Subject: [asterisk-users] Using external RTP proxy for res_pjsip
The asterisk server has a permanent IP address, but the provider cannot
ensure stable quality traffic for RTP.
There is a desire to use an external server, the address of which shall be
specified in the SDP, through which flowing media.
I use asterisk 13.6 and res_pjsip.
1. what software can be used on an external RTP proxy?
2. What settings need to be done in pjsip.conf to use this external RTP
Preferably specifies the external RTP proxy to specify a specific endpoint,
not globally. If only globally valid, the suit and the decision.
I would be grateful for any clues.
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