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# 12816 7-Apr-2007 15:07
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Hi all,

I'm after a little assistance, previously (before Asterisk 1.2) my italk config worked fine. However, since installing asterisk 1.2, I can make outgoing calls fine, but incoming calls go straight to the italk voicemail instead of being passed to my asterisk box.

The config I have is:

for sip.conf (and yes, it's on port 5070 not 5060):

[general]
bindport=5070
externip=60.234.145.xxx
localnet=192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
localnet=192.168.61.0/255.255.255.0
context=internal
useragent=blah
register => 649974XXXX:passowrd@akl.italk.co.nz:5060/140

for extensions.conf:

[internal]
exten => 140,1,Dial(SIP/140,30,r)


Can anyone tell me which parts are wrong?

Thanks in advance :)


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  # 66537 7-Apr-2007 15:29
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What trunk settings are you using for iTalk in sip.conf?




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  # 66538 7-Apr-2007 15:31
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Here's the output from DEBUG when a call comes in, so it looks like the call _IS_ getting to the asterisk box:

Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: acl.c:211 ast_apply_ha: ##### Testing 203.184.16.2 with 192.168.1.0
Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: acl.c:211 ast_apply_ha: ##### Testing 203.184.16.2 with 192.168.61.0
Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: chan_sip.c:1127 ast_sip_ouraddrfor: Target address 203.184.16.2 is not local, substituting externip
Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: chan_sip.c:7263 check_user_full: Setting NAT on RTP to 524288
Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: chan_sip.c:10532 handle_request_invite: Checking SIP call limits for device 649974XXXX
Apr  7 15:30:00 DEBUG[12742]: chan_sip.c:1410 __sip_ack: Stopping retransmission on '70224-3384905396-479914@mscak1' of Response 1: Match Found                      

 
 
 
 




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  # 66539 7-Apr-2007 15:32
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sbiddle: What trunk settings are you using for iTalk in sip.conf?



[italk-akl]
username=649974XXXX
secret=password
fromuser=649974XXXX
context=incoming
host=akl.italk.co.nz
canreinvite=no
nat=yes
insecure=port,invite
type=peer



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  # 66540 7-Apr-2007 15:33
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heh - wrong context. Oops :P working now, thanks sbiddle Embarassed

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