Unregistered PJSIP trunks no inbound

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(Jeremy Schaeffer) #1

I have a unique issue. I am upgrading a older pbx13 to 15 and converted from using chan-sip to pjsip. No issues with the phones, but this system connects to a enterprise SBC that I have no control over for trunking. They are unregistered trunks at port 5060 and I cannot change either. They cannot be registered and they must be on 5060, or rather my port must be 5060. The issue I have is incoming invites get a 401 unauthorized, outbound works fine. In PJSIP I have registration set to none, authentication set to none, in the old chan-sip all I had was a host=10.0.15.21 and a qualify=yes. Nothing else. Any suggestions? I left PJSIP completely default except for the server, port and set registration to none. Why is it complaining about a 401 when registration is turned off?


(Lorne Gaetz) #2

Is PJSIP UDP bound to port 5060? Did you restart Asterisk after making a port binding change?


(Jeremy Schaeffer) #3

Yes, and keep in mind the phones work fine and outbound works fine. Rebooted the entire system.


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