it seems like the advanced settings are ignored.
I got the following data from my provider:
The example from my provider looks like the following:
Request-Line: REGISTER sip:[email protected]/2.0
From: <sip:[email protected]@domain>;tag=da43b28730
To: <sip:[email protected]@domain>
CSeq: 33605 REGISTER
Max Forwards: 70
Output in Asterisk Log Files looks like the following:
REGISTER sip:*Proxy-IP* SIP/2.0
32021 Via: SIP/2.0/UDP *LAN-FREEPBX-IP*:5060;rport;branch=xxx
32022 From: <sip:*SIP-Username*@*SIP-Domain*>;tag=xxx
32023 To: <sip:*SIP-Username*@*SIP-Domain*>
32024 Call-ID: xxx
32025 CSeq: 36367 REGISTER
32026 Contact: <sip:[email protected]*LAN-FREEPBX-IP*:5060;line=fotvwfy>
32027 Expires: 3600
32028 Allow: OPTIONS, INVITE, ACK, BYE, CANCEL, UPDATE, PRACK, REGISTER, SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY, PUBLISH, MESSAGE, REFER
32029 Route: <sip:*SIP-Domain*:5060>
32030 Max-Forwards: 70
32031 User-Agent: FPBX-15.0.23(16.24.1)
32032 Content-Length: 0
No matter what settings I change they always stay the same. Sorry for the dumb question but I get any further on my own.
chan_pjsip requires the proxy to be specified as it would be in an incoming Route header, i.e. with the “;lr” for loose routing appended, if you want the request as indicated by the provider.
If doing this directly, in the config file, you would need to escape the ; with a \
I know that the GUI can accept the ;lr, but I can’t remember if it needs the \
For the trunk, set Outbound Proxy to
and in Asterisk SIP Settings, check that External Address and Local Networks are correctly set.
Restart Asterisk and retest. There are likely other changes needed, but this should get you closer.
I missed the use of the internal address, as I was only looking for proxy issues. Although Stewart says check the External addresses, he really means set them (unless Proxy IP is within your local network).
@david55 @Stewart1 thanks for the fast replies!
I added the External Adress, Local Network and edited the proxy settings.
Trunk is now registered and outbound calls seem to work fine.
Inbound calls however only work if set the DID to “any”. In the logfiles for the incomming calls I can see that the DID is always “s”. Seems like there is something else which is not configured right in the trunk configuration. I got two phone numbers from my provider so to register them both the DID is necessary if I got that correctly.
I set my phone number in the “Contact User” settings of the trunk configuration. I don’t know if this was the right thing to do but incomming calls seem to work aswell now.
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