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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 28681 8-Dec-2008 16:29
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i am just wondering if anyone has the working settings for italk as sip trunk in trixbox.

I have tried a few things, but i cannot get it to register..

sip show registry shows

trixbox1*CLI> sip show registry
Host                             Username             Refresh   State               Reg.Time        649974xxxx         120         Unregistered

i setup xlite to test my uname passwd and domain and that registers straight away.

Ask me if you need more debugg info.

im unsure how to check for any sip error codes.

my current peer details are


registry string is

Any info would be great...



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 182805 8-Dec-2008 17:45
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something that may or may not be contributing to my trixbox italk registration failure could be on the trixbox homepage the public ip is unknown... i have port fowarded 5060 to the pbx

im stumpt

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  Reply # 182809 8-Dec-2008 18:11
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Register string needs to have a / and your number after it for a start

And you need to create an inbound route for this CID.

Do you have port 5060 open as well as 10000-20000 or changed your rtp.conf to a lower number such as 10000-10100 and opened these ports?

I am assuming your trixbox setup is on a static IP behind your router and does have valid DNS settings? Can you ping

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 182826 8-Dec-2008 18:59
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I have port fwded 5060 and now 10000 - 20000 to this pbx

the / phone number is in place

This is a fresh setup of trixbox.. i have not done anything other than what i have specified below

created static ip, set dns
created extension for my 1 phone (linksys spa942)
created call routes, inbound and outbound.
created 1 sip trunk called italk and specified what is above
deleted the default zap trunk (as i have no analog lines)

My phone has dial tone.. i can call 7777 and my phone rings..

....... OMG can someone rename my position from wannabe geek to n00b, i need to go down a level....

for sum reason the dns wasnt set...

i set it again and is registered...

sorry for wasting everyones time and thanks steve for the pinging suggestion...

sumed in one word...


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