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Topic # 81794 18-Apr-2011 20:49
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I picked up a RT57i router at the dump shop.  It has 2 telephone inputs and VOIP capabilities.  I'm hoping I can use this with 2talk!

Unfortunately its web portal is all in Japanese, but chrome translate came in handy.

This my current setup:

internet -> telstra cable modem -> [wan port of] WRT54GL [lan port] -> [lan port of] RT57i [voip port 1] -> telephone

The WRT54GL has IP 192.168.1.1, DHCP enabled
The RT57i has IP 192.168.1.2, DHCP disabled

I can plug my PC into a LAN port on the RT57i and connect it to internet using the 192.168.1.1 router no worries.

I will post the results of a telnet "show config" command in the next post.

The router reports that the SIP server isn't responding.  Can anyone help me figure out whats going on, and whether its possible to get this router to work with 2talk?

Cheers!

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  Reply # 460305 18-Apr-2011 20:51
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Telnet "show config" result (mac address, 2talk number (NNNNNNNNN), and 2talk password (PPPPPPPP) have been censored)


# show config
# RT57i Rev.8.00.41 (Mon Mar 29 22:34:11 2004)
# MAC Address : XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX, XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
# Memory 16Mbytes, 2LAN, 1BRI
console character ascii
ip route default gateway dhcp lan2
ip lan1 address 192.168.1.2/24
ip lan1 secure filter in 100000 100001 100002 100003 100004 100005 100006 100007 100099
ip lan2 address dhcp
ip lan2 secure filter in 101003 101020 101021 101022 101023 101024 101025 101030 101032
ip lan2 secure filter out 101013 101020 101021 101022 101023 101024 101025 101099 dynamic 101080 101081 101082 101083 101084 101098 101099
ip lan2 nat descriptor 200
provider lan1 name LAN:
provider lan2 name PRV/0/1/5/0/0/0:inso1
ip filter 100000 reject * * udp,tcp 135 *
ip filter 100001 reject * * udp,tcp * 135
ip filter 100002 reject * * udp,tcp netbios_ns-netbios_dgm *
ip filter 100003 reject * * udp,tcp * netbios_ns-netbios_dgm
ip filter 100004 reject * * udp,tcp netbios_ssn *
ip filter 100005 reject * * udp,tcp * netbios_ssn
ip filter 100006 reject * * udp,tcp 445 *
ip filter 100007 reject * * udp,tcp * 445
ip filter 100099 pass * * * * *
ip filter 101000 reject 10.0.0.0/8 * * * *
ip filter 101001 reject 172.16.0.0/12 * * * *
ip filter 101002 reject 192.168.0.0/16 * * * *
ip filter 101003 reject 192.168.1.0/24 * * * *
ip filter 101010 reject * 10.0.0.0/8 * * *
ip filter 101011 reject * 172.16.0.0/12 * * *
ip filter 101012 reject * 192.168.0.0/16 * * *
ip filter 101013 reject * 192.168.1.0/24 * * *
ip filter 101020 reject * * udp,tcp 135 *
ip filter 101021 reject * * udp,tcp * 135
ip filter 101022 reject * * udp,tcp netbios_ns-netbios_ssn *
ip filter 101023 reject * * udp,tcp * netbios_ns-netbios_ssn
ip filter 101024 reject * * udp,tcp 445 *
ip filter 101025 reject * * udp,tcp * 445
ip filter 101030 pass * * icmp * *
ip filter 101031 pass * * established * *
ip filter 101032 pass * * tcp * ident
ip filter 101033 pass * * tcp ftpdata *
ip filter 101034 pass * * tcp,udp * domain
ip filter 101035 pass * * udp domain *
ip filter 101036 pass * * udp * ntp
ip filter 101037 pass * * udp ntp *
ip filter 101099 pass * * * * *
ip filter 500000 restrict * * * * *
ip filter dynamic 101080 * * ftp
ip filter dynamic 101081 * * domain
ip filter dynamic 101082 * * www
ip filter dynamic 101083 * * smtp
ip filter dynamic 101084 * * pop3
ip filter dynamic 101098 * * tcp
ip filter dynamic 101099 * * udp
nat descriptor type 200 masquerade
nat descriptor address outer 200 primary
dhcp server rfc2131 compliant except remain-silent
dhcp scope 1 192.168.100.2-192.168.100.191/24
dhcp client hostname lan2 primary yamahaRouter
dns server 203.96.152.4 203.96.152.12
dns private address spoof on
dns private name setup.netvolante.jp
httpd host lan1
analog arrive another-device permit 1 off
analog arrive global permit 1 off
analog sip arrive incoming-signal 1 1 sip:NNNNNNNNN modem NNNNNNNNN
analog arrive inumber-port 1 none
analog arrive restrict 1 none
analog arrive without-subaddress permit 1 off
analog use 1 off
analog sip call myname 1 sip:NNNNNNNNN
analog sip call display name 1 somedisplayname
analog arrive inumber-port 2 none
analog use 2 off
analog sip arrive permit 2 off
analog sip call permit 2 off
analog supplementary-service pseudo call-waiting
analog extension sip address 1 NNNNNNNNN sip:NNNNNNNNN@2talk.co.nz presence name=5060
analog extension dial prefix line prefix="7#"
analog extension dial prefix sip prefix="9#"
analog extension dial prefix sip server=1
upnp use off
sip use on
sip server 1 202.180.76.161 register udp sip:NNNNNNNNN@2talk.co.nz NNNNNNNNN PPPPPPPP
sip server display name 1 "some display name"
sip netvolante dial domain 2talk.co.nz
sip codec permit pp 1 g711u
 

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  Reply # 461294 21-Apr-2011 13:18
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Your router says default gateway is Lan 2 DHCP and "dhcp client hostname lan2 primary yamahaRouter", but I got lost from that point. Make sure you you can ping the SIP server from a computer on the port your voip is connected to, and change the DNS if required.

I can't do a lookup on your dns server 203.96.152.4 203.96.152.12




Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^

 
 
 
 




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Reply # 461707 23-Apr-2011 00:11
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Got it sorted!  Thank you the gateway was the solution.  Set the gateway to 192.168.1.1

After that the voip router could finally ping external IPs, and connect to the SIP server.

Not a bad deal for $2! Cool

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