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Problem w/ PC port on Polycom 335

Hi all,

I’ve got a batch of Polycom 335’s that I’m trying to get setup. The phone
works fine, but when I plug a PC into the PC port on the back, the PC can’t get
to the Internet.

I’ve turned off all of the VLAN configuration. I’ve never had this problem
before, so I’m at a loss as to how to proceed.

Usually, it just works…

Any ideas?

Wired attack on Asterisk – Can anyone explain this?

Hello,

Can anyone explain what this attack was trying to do? *19.19.19.19 *is my
server IP and it seems that they are trying to use my server IP to initiate
a SIP call to 199.16.208.29 or 199.16.208.30. Is that so?

*Call Date Channel Source CLID
DST
Disposition Duration * 10/4/2011 19:58 SIP/19,19,19,19-0000061f
111222 199.16.208.29 199.16.208.30 <111222> s ANSWERED 3 10/4/2011 19:58
SIP/19,19,19,19-0000061f 111222 199.16.208.29 199.16.208.30
<111222> s ANSWERED 3 10/4/2011 19:58 SIP/19,19,19,19-00000620 101
199.16.208.29
199.16.208.30 <101> s ANSWERED 2 10/4/2011 19:58
SIP/19,19,19,19-00000620 101 199.16.208.29 199.16.208.30 <101>
s ANSWERED 2 10/4/2011 19:58 SIP/19,19,19,19-00000621 1001 199.16.208.29
199.16.208.30 <1001> s ANSWERED 1 10/4/2011 19:58
SIP/19,19,19,19-00000621 1001 199.16.208.29 199.16.208.30 <1001> s
ANSWERED 1 10/4/2011 19:59 SIP/19,19,19,19-00000622 200 199.16.208.29
199.16.208.30 <200> s ANSWERED 1

Thanks,

Set Call type in dial plan

Hi All,
How to set C all type (Audio/Video) in dial plan?
Regards
Faraj Khasib

tcp version of toronto – osaka doesn’t work

I’m trying to setup a simple tcp sip connection based on the toronto
osaka example in the Asterisk book.

On the remote box (osaka) (1.8.9.0-rc1):

[toronto]
type=friend
transport=tcp
secret=welcome
context=toronto_incoming
host=dynamic
disallow=all
allow=ulaw

sip show peer toronto

* Name : toronto
Secret :
MD5Secret :
Remote Secret:

Context : toronto_incoming
……..
Useragent : Asterisk PBX 10.1.0-rc1
Reg. Contact : sip:osaka@:5060;transport=TCP

On the home box (toronto) (10.1.0-rc1):

register => tcp://toronto:welcome@officePBX/osaka
[osaka]
type=friend
transport=tcp
secret=welcome
context=incoming
host=dynamic
disallow=all
allow=ulaw

But make a call from the remote Dial(SIP/toronto) , and the home cli shows:

Call from ” (:5060) to extension ‘osaka’ rejected because
extension not found in context ‘default’.

which makes no sense to me at all. Doesn’t the string after the “/” in
register refer to the user/device on the box doing the register? Doesn’t
it tell the device on the remote host which local device to connect to?
i.e., toronto@remote > osaka@home ?? And where’s context “default”
coming from?

Is the book just out of date? Or is tcp not ready?

sean