[asterisk-users] Site to site VPN problems
johnkiniston at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 13:49:54 CST 2019
What version of Asterisk are you using, and what channel driver?
There has to be a better way than to create hundreds of peer entries.
On Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 12:26 PM Ira <ira at extrasensory.com> wrote:
> Hello Jan,
> Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 8:49:28 PM, you wrote:
> Jan> The next thing to look at is firewall rules.
> So it wasn't the firewall. I eventually fixed it by creating 512 entries
> for Twilio so no matter what IP they sent it from it had a peer to match.
> They seem to randomly use one of their range of IPs when sending me calls.
> I had allowed calls from the suggested.
> Which worked for about 1 out of 10 or 20 calls, as soon as I added all 512
> possible Twilio IPs it all started working fine. Before this I had only 10
> Peers and now I have 520 which is really annoying as now the sip show inuse
> and sip show peers commands are essentially useless because there is to
> much data.
> Anyway, thanks so much for trying to help. I found a hint somewhere on the
> web and then learned how to do templates which at least makes sip.conf
> reasonable with all those entries.
> And if you know of a way to make one peer accept a range of IPs, Id love
> to know that.
> -- Ira
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