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Topic # 84072 24-May-2011 17:55
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Ok so I'm running OpenWRT  Backfire 10.03 as my firewall and I've got a couple of devices I'm trying to use as SIP softphone clients for my work and I can't get any inbound audio working. I know that the SIP clients work as in our office I'm able to connect to our SIP service without any issue.

I can make outbound calls, I just can't hear any inbound audio.

I've been through a variety of options such as
 * Enable Proxy
 * Enable STUN
 * Enable ICE

My thoughts now are what can I tweak on my firewall given that there isn't an issue with the Vanilla vendor firmware on a similar TP-Link device at work.

Cheers.




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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  Reply # 473586 24-May-2011 19:12
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I don't think you should need anything tweaked on OpenWRT from default with regards to SIP, I've never had any issues with it myself.

I upgraded to Backfire not that long ago at home. 






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  Reply # 473641 24-May-2011 20:42
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Must be an after effect of some of my own firewall rules then.

Might start with a fairly vanilla config and then start adding some rules back in.





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