Currently my sipstation setup looks like this
Asterisk Reg. Registered
Contact IP 184.xxx.xxx.xxx
Network IP 98.xxx.xxx.xxx
The network IP is showing the IP of a network I previously had my trunks setup at, i’ve verified the contact IP address is correct in Asterisk SIP settings, is there a way for me to change the networkIP or do I need to contact SIPstation to have that corrected?
Also currently I can make and receive calls but have one way audio, (people can hear me from the PBX but I cannot hear them behind the PBX) my PBX currently has all forwarding done (5060 and 10000:20000) and passes the SIPstation firewall test, can the one way audio be caused by the IP mismatch between contact and network or can it only be a port forwarding issue? Are there any ports other than what I have forwarded that I need to forward?
I have to be losing some forwarding with the router, signed into the sipstation account on a softphone with my laptop on a public IP address and audio worked fine. Any ideas what ports I might be missing? Also tried the machine in the DMZ still has 2 way audio issue
Do you have your localnet and externip settings changed in Asterisk/FreePBX
Its setup thru Asterisk SIP settings
Local Networks 192.168.1.0 / 255.255.255.0
External IP 184.xxx.xxx.xxx
Also have connected the FreePBX to a public IP and called out using it no 2 way audio issue, the solution i’m leaning towards now is installing a 2nd NIC and having outbound traffic go out the public interface and LAN traffic come thru the 2nd NIC, is this possible?
I would not suggest connecting a public IP for security reasons.
Is you externIP set correctly? That could be the source of your issue.