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#77944 24-Feb-2011 18:49
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I am currently running Elastix 2.0.0-57 and having trouble getting the outbound trunks to register. Through the stickies there is reference when setting up the PBX system to use as the domain and host in the trunk settings.
The information I received from Xnet was to use the proxy:
What is the difference between the two proxy servers and does it make a difference which one I should be using?

Below is a copy of the log when I setup using instead of

[Feb 24 18:30:19] NOTICE[3128] chan_sip.c: -- Registration for '' timed out, trying again (Attempt #16)
[Feb 24 18:30:19] NOTICE[3128] chan_sip.c: Failed to authenticate on REGISTER to '' (Tries 3)

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  #443150 24-Feb-2011 18:52
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  #443153 24-Feb-2011 19:00
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Does that mean that i can follow the original sticky

and instead of i can use instead?
Would this also mean I wouldn't have to add  the line "" into the hosts file?


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  #443164 24-Feb-2011 20:14
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I have now successfully established a working IP Trunk Registration using using the xnet service with Elastix 2.0.0-57 :) Now on to try some more fancy things

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  #443165 24-Feb-2011 20:19
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You should always use IP's or with a localhost setting and preferably a local DNS server running DNSMasq for any Asterisk install to avoid the well documented DNS issues that result in the inability to make internal calls when the internet connection drops.

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