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Topic # 113702 25-Jan-2013 00:21
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Hi There,
I have set up open VFX on Softfone X-Lite(3).
It rings out fine and speech can go both ways.
However when it is rung (from outside), it launches ok, rings ok, but when answered, speech only comes in but can't go out until "Hold" is pressed and released or "Line 2" is pressed and returned to Line 1 (where the call is).
Also it worked both ways fine with an I-Talk account.
There is no ATA box on line to confuse it and it is the same on two different computers.
Both computers are on a Rural Wireless Broadband Network (Scorch North Canterbury).
One Computer has a real-world IP address and the other one is Scorch "In-House" connected.

Some Super-Geek will probably know the answer to this right away !

Thank's,


Roland

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  Reply # 750534 25-Jan-2013 05:56
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What tyoe of router do you have? Do you have the SIP ALG disabled if it has one?



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  Reply # 756803 7-Feb-2013 09:05
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Hi (Steve is it?),

Thank's for the reply.
Haven't spotted that setting in any of the config panes on my radio-modem.
I have the problem is on two computers, on two different connections
One of the connections is off a client which is in Router mode (NAT), but the other one is off a client which I might call "straight-through" (no nat).
I guess another test is to plug my Dell Laptop into my friend's WX cable connection at his place and note if I have the same problem.
I had a feeling I may have missed a setting in the X-Lite 3 but there doesn't seem to be a lot there.

I'll check it out at my mates place and get back  .  .    Thank's,

Roland

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