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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 23024 15-Jun-2008 20:42
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Hey there

I am new to VOIP and i am trying to setup my VFX trunkline through my Trixbox (running on VMware) on my Laptop to use with Xlite. Now I have also connected my Nokia Phone as an extension. I have followed Tony's setup for Dummies(me in this case). and currently i am able to call from my softphone to my cellphone via the Trixbox PBXfree but my trunk it self is not registering to the VFX server.

In the asterisk info in sip Peers it shows the following:

Host                              Username          Refresh   State                Reg.Time         995XXXXX 120 Auth. Sent

Also my Trunk Details are as follows:

General Settings

Outbound Caller ID:          995XXXXX(My Number)
Never Override Caller ID:   Checked

Outgoing Dial Rules


Outgoing Settings

Trunk Name:      VFX

Peer Details:












Incoming Settings

User Details:



Register String:

In the Trunk details my username is 18 chars and my secret is 20 chars long

If someone could help me with this it would be great.


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  Reply # 138246 15-Jun-2008 20:46
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Move the text around so the disallow= line is before the allow=line

Also be wary of using ulaw or alaw over ADSL, both use a lot of bandwidth and very little error correction for jitter. There is also every chance you will suffer significant issues running trixbox in a VM machine - some people get lucky but for most people it will cause issues in one way or another due to the timing requirements.

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  Reply # 138258 15-Jun-2008 22:00
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tried the disallow above the allow..still nothing. any more ideas?

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