I am trying to get a Grandstream GXW410X working with a hosted freepbx set up.
I tried to do a chan_sip trunk.
Here are my setttings
Trunk Name = Same as SIP user ID on the grandstream
secret=XXXX (same as secret on the grandstream_
host=XXXX The public ip of the grandstream. I did go ahead and forward ports 5160 to the grandstream IP
I had tried it without the port. I get an all circuits are busy.
Dial(“Local/[email protected];2”, “SIP/700/[email protected],300,T”) in new stack
[2019-07-03 23:39:38] WARNING[C-00001b15] app_dial.c: Unable to create channel of type ‘SIP’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)
Although a statically configured setup might work around some obscure problems, using registration is much simpler and I recommend you try that first.
Use these settings in the Peer Details for your trunk:
username=XXXX (same as SIP user ID on the Grandstream)
secret=XXXX (same as secret on the grandstream)
User Details section should be left blank.
In the GXW (these are guesses because I don’t have this specific device):
SIP Server: (PBX IP address : port), e.g. 22.214.171.124:5160
SIP Registration: Yes
Stage Method: 1
Unconditional Call Forward to VOIP: (your DID number matching your Inbound Route), e.g. 8482371234
If you still have trouble, report whether GXW shows as registered, what goes wrong on outgoing and incoming calls and a log (including SIP trace) of a failing call.
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