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Topic # 14321 27-Jun-2007 17:13
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Hi

Has anyone been able to get an incoming call from 2Talk to be accepted by Asterisk?

I can make outgoing calls just fine, but, whilst all of the incoming calls are reaching the Asterisk server ok, they are not being processed by either the specific route I have created for this DID or the default "any DID / any CID" route (i.e. they are terminating at "s").  So calls to my 2Talk number are being rejected with the "number not in service" voice response.

Any idea's where to start looking. I would have thought that the "any DID/any CID" default route would have handled this.

Cheers Mike

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  Reply # 76129 27-Jun-2007 17:51
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Have you set the server to accept anonomoys inbound SIP calls?




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  Reply # 76131 27-Jun-2007 17:58
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Ummm, your good Adamj - well spotted, that is exactly what I changed a week ago and (looking at the logs) that is when I last was able to receive a call on this trunk.  Changing that setting on the General Settings page has resolved the problem.

Thank you very much for that!!!

PS when I reported (what I thought was a 2Talk fault to them, I had a response within an hour confirming that the problem was at my end. So full marks to 2Talk for responsiveness.

Cheers Mike

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