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  Reply # 612031 19-Apr-2012 17:07
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Neil Waka I think.

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  Reply # 612035 19-Apr-2012 17:15
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gchiu: Sounds complicated. 
 


PBX's aren't designed to be simple! Smile

I've been using Asterisk for 8 years now so know it back to front. Trying to explain concepts to somebody though is an entirely different thing.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 612039 19-Apr-2012 17:28
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Well, I checked the asterix log and nothing is coming my way when I try to call the number.
The vfx portal shows the phone registered

URI:sip:4XXXXX@10.64.1.50:5060;transport=udp;rinstance=4f8fa03a1a36dc93Expiration:Thu Apr 19 20:21:50 NZST 2012
so I think this must be a firewall or nat issue.



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  Reply # 612105 19-Apr-2012 19:41
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I did some testing of this hypothesis by putting the asterix box into the DMZ and still no SIP traffic received.  I checked with the WXC help desk and the person there thought there might be a fault as he could not see any data either.  So, it's been logged as a possible fault.  Have to wait for VFX techs tomorrow to establish if it is a fault, or just misconfig on my part somewhere.



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  Reply # 612286 20-Apr-2012 09:45
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Been told that my original Linksys device which had two lines on it is still trying to register both numbers when it should now only be registering one.   So, have to factory reset and reprovision the line remaining, and see if it fixes the problem.

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  Reply # 612288 20-Apr-2012 09:51
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It will, your inbound calls are being intercepted by the wrtp54g you have so as it has the same details as your Open VFX setup




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  Reply # 612297 20-Apr-2012 10:16
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I take it that this line on the WRTP54g is still locked with an admin password so that I can not change this without a factory reset?



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  Reply # 612451 20-Apr-2012 15:45
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maverick: It will, your inbound calls are being intercepted by the wrtp54g you have so as it has the same details as your Open VFX setup


I disconnected the WRTPG from the network, and placed my asterisk box into the DmZ.  My phones are registered as is the sip trunk.  I called it from my landline and got a disconnected tone. A call notify email arrives to tell me that someone called the number.  I guess I need to talk to a tech person again.

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  Reply # 612457 20-Apr-2012 15:51
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gchiu: Neil Waka I think.


It most certainly is Neil Waka




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  Reply # 612458 20-Apr-2012 15:55
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gchiu:
maverick: It will, your inbound calls are being intercepted by the wrtp54g you have so as it has the same details as your Open VFX setup


I disconnected the WRTPG from the network, and placed my asterisk box into the DmZ.  My phones are registered as is the sip trunk.  I called it from my landline and got a disconnected tone. A call notify email arrives to tell me that someone called the number.  I guess I need to talk to a tech person again.



Wait one let me take a look ....




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  Reply # 612462 20-Apr-2012 16:00
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Call is being delivered to you , you are returning a SIP 404 not found

Timestamp : 15:58:07.686 2012-04-20
Direction : RX
Remote IP/Port: 203.xxx.xxx.9/5060
Local IP/Port : 58.28.20.150(vx2)/5060
Transport : UDP
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SIP/2.0 404 Not Found
Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 58.28.20.150:5060;branch=z9hG4bK-380845-4f90decf-5f6d2291-1dbc930a;received=58.28.20.150;rport=5060
From: ;tag=96141c3a-13c4-4f90decf-5f6d2291-6111d775
To: "Graham Chiu" ;tag=as78ce24fe
Call-ID: BW155807742200412-771285623@
CSeq: 1 INVITE
Server: FPBX-2.8.1(1.8.8.0)
Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY, INFO, PUBLISH
Supported: replaces, timer
Content-Length: 0




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  Reply # 612464 20-Apr-2012 16:04
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Yes, I've now started to see some sip traffic arrive so I can work on this further now.  Strangely i did not see any traffic when I did the test above. Thanks.



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  Reply # 612556 20-Apr-2012 18:56
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Making headway here.  I can now accept incoming calls, or send them to directory which then rings the appropriate phone.  I did have codec errors so disallowed the G729 and it started to work.

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  Reply # 612566 20-Apr-2012 19:15
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Good to hear, G729 is a licensed codec so I'm guessing you wont have purchased this.





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  Reply # 612570 20-Apr-2012 19:36
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No, I hadn't got as far as deciding whether I needed it or not so had not purchased a license.  The SPA303 would seem to support G729 but it looks as though asterix needs it as well and as i had it configured did not pass it thru.

I assumed that i didn't need "58.28.20.150 as.wxcnz.net"  as the details I was sent said "host=pan.wxnz.net" which is resolvable.   But no, I still needed that in the hosts file.

I also plugged back my WRTP54G and everything is still working without me having to factory reset it.

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