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Topic # 87085 19-Jul-2011 15:56
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Hi everyone,

A while ago I had managed to get a fully working Asterisk/FreePBX installation going. After upgrading the hardware, I realised that I never took a backup of the configs! Silly me!

I have a SIP trunk with 2talk, and need some help in the peer and user contexts for the trunk, as well as the dialling rules.

Has anyone got a working trunk config and dialling rules set that is best suited for 2talk and NZ?

Many thanks.
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  Reply # 495331 19-Jul-2011 16:07
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It seems their website has all the right info: http://blog.2talk.co.nz/siptrunk.html




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  Reply # 495363 19-Jul-2011 17:26
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Been to that page, no help whatsoever. 

 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 496206 21-Jul-2011 12:33
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did you get a working config - I am having the same issue !!

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  Reply # 496209 21-Jul-2011 12:37
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Might help if you explain what the problem is. While I don't use 2talk it's unlikely they've got incorrect settings on their site, and there isn't a lot required to get Asterisk to talk so a SIP proxy.


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  Reply # 496224 21-Jul-2011 12:59
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hello sbiddle,

First time user of 2talks free sip. Inbound calling works fine but when dialling out the call starts and rings the number (local call) 2 - 3 times then I get the "all circuits are busy now" message from asterisk.

I have this in the peer settings:

trunk name
2talk

disallow=all
allow=alaw&ulaw
type=friend
username=02825515XXX
fromuser=02825515XXX
secret=XXXXXXXX
host=2talk.co.nz
context=from-trunk
dtmfmode=rfc2833
nat=yes
canreinvite=no
qualify=yes
insecure=invite,port

register string

02825515XXX:XXXXXXXX@2talk.co.nz/02825515XXX

I have an outbound 2talk trunk with a 9 to select it.

appreciate any help and am searching geekzone as we speak.




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  Reply # 496282 21-Jul-2011 14:23
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Well I managed to get FreePBX to register using IAX2 to 2talk, I can make an outgoing call, but for some reason incoming calls no longer work.

 

user context.

username=03xxxxxxx
type=friend
secret=XXXXXXX
nat=route
insecure=very
host=iax.2talk.co.nz
context=from-pstn

 

This is what I have for a user context with my number as a context name. 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 496291 21-Jul-2011 14:41
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The usual problem with one-way audio and asterisk is a firewall / NAT issue.... I would look to your router/ network first

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  Reply # 496292 21-Jul-2011 14:42
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Finally have a working sip trunk from 2talk.

trunk name
2talk

disallow=all
allow=alaw&ulaw
type=friend
username=02825515XXX
fromuser=02825515XXX
secret=XXXXXXXX
host=2talk.co.nz
context=from-trunk
dtmfmode=rfc2833
nat=yes
canreinvite=no
qualify=yes
insecure=invite,port

registration
02825515XXX:XXXXXXXX@2talk.co.nz/02825515XXX

thanx philelvey

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  Reply # 498245 26-Jul-2011 21:24
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gomez:  

Well I managed to get FreePBX to register using IAX2 to 2talk, I can make an outgoing call, but for some reason incoming calls no longer work.

 

user context.

username=03xxxxxxx
type=friend
secret=XXXXXXX
nat=route
insecure=very
host=iax.2talk.co.nz
context=from-pstn

 

This is what I have for a user context with my number as a context name. 

 

 

 


You need to match your context with what is at 2talks end, by default at 2talks end it is set to "from-trunk".
Also you may need to add requirecalltoken=no depending on the version of Asterisk you are running.
hope that helps 




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  Reply # 498252 26-Jul-2011 21:36
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techmeister:
gomez:  

Well I managed to get FreePBX to register using IAX2 to 2talk, I can make an outgoing call, but for some reason incoming calls no longer work.

 

user context.

username=03xxxxxxx
type=friend
secret=XXXXXXX
nat=route
insecure=very
host=iax.2talk.co.nz
context=from-pstn

 

This is what I have for a user context with my number as a context name. 

 

 

 


You need to match your context with what is at 2talks end, by default at 2talks end it is set to "from-trunk".
Also you may need to add requirecalltoken=no depending on the version of Asterisk you are running.
hope that helps 


The context has no relationship with 2talk's end, it's only used within Asterisk. The context setting defines the context of calls when they hit your box. Both from-trunk or from-pstn map to each other and do exactly the same thing in a FreePBX install and route directly to the inbound call settings.

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  Reply # 498276 26-Jul-2011 22:44
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sbiddle:
techmeister:
gomez:  

Well I managed to get FreePBX to register using IAX2 to 2talk, I can make an outgoing call, but for some reason incoming calls no longer work.

 

user context.

username=03xxxxxxx
type=friend
secret=XXXXXXX
nat=route
insecure=very
host=iax.2talk.co.nz
context=from-pstn

 

This is what I have for a user context with my number as a context name. 

 

 

 


You need to match your context with what is at 2talks end, by default at 2talks end it is set to "from-trunk".
Also you may need to add requirecalltoken=no depending on the version of Asterisk you are running.
hope that helps 


The context has no relationship with 2talk's end, it's only used within Asterisk. The context setting defines the context of calls when they hit your box. Both from-trunk or from-pstn map to each other and do exactly the same thing in a FreePBX install and route directly to the inbound call settings.


So are you saying you can use from-pstn or from-trunk?
I have found that I have to match what is at 2talk's end to be able to receive incoming IAX2 calls  and their live website states as much.

 




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