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icepicknz

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#28569 4-Dec-2008 17:15
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Anyone here running 2 VFX numbers into a single trixbox? I seem to have a problem where my trixbox doesnt let the second phone number dial out, almost like it gets confused for the signaling between the 2 lines.

I had the problem a few months back at http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=65&TopicId=24226 and I managed to fix it after a lot of work, wish I had documented how.... I've since installed a new trixbox instance on better hardware and can't find how to fix this. Call goes out on second line and about 10 seconds later gets torn down due to not getting the "OK" message.

The above was happening untill yesterday, however strangely after rebooting the device today, now when calling out, I get no voice, I hear ring, but when calling out of either of the trunks there is no sounds either way :/

Any help would be appreciated.




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bender
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  #182154 4-Dec-2008 22:30
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I have some Trixboxes with 20+ VFX lines on them, so that's not the issue.  If you're having messaging problems then this is probably related to your router settings.  Do you have a firewall of any kind?  If so, you need to open up UDP 16384 - 53999 for RTP and for signaling you need to open up UDP 5060.
What sort of router do you have?  Edit, just reading your other post, if you're running anything like SIP ALG's or other SIP aware features, turn them off.  For the purpose of testing, temporarily open all traffic to/from 58.28.20.150 and see if the problem goes away.  If it does start checking your firewall settings.

 
 
 

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icepicknz

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  #182208 5-Dec-2008 08:53
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Thanks... I'm using a juniper J2320 within a datacenter. I didn't have those RTP ports open any my 3 italk numbers, 2 australian numbers and a few other numbers scattered around the world worked fine... Opening those up fixed the issue...

Many thanks




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