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May 28, 2012
Tags: asterisk, DHCP, etc network, home, lan network, lan networking, linphone, sip clients
On 2012-05-25 16:47, jose carlos de souza wrote:
> I need help.
> Sorry for my bad english, i’m from Brasil. And just starting to leran
> Linux because of Asterisk.
> I want to configure Asterisk 1.8 with ipv6 in my Lan network at home.
> I’ve done a clean install of it and SIP clients it’s working well in my
> home with Ipv4 (execept of the bad quality of the voice, that it’s
> coming out, but that’s not important, what i relly want to see it’s ipv6
> I’m using Debian 6.0.4 on a Virtual machine (VMware), Linphone 3.5.2 as
> my SIP client and a Router DIR-600 from D-LINK as DHCP sever to my LAN
> networking. (With a DHCP IP Address Range of: 192.168.0.100 to
> What i change in configurations to work with ipv6 was:
> change my network interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces , i add this:
> iface eth0 inet6 static
> addres fe80::c0a8:6e
> netmask 64
> gateway fe80::c0a8:1
> Change sip.conf
> UDPbindaddr = ::
> TCPbindaddr = ::
> On Linphone check the box “use IPv6 insted of IPv4″
> Your SIP Identity: sip:9005@fe80::c0a8:6e>
>I alredy put the brackets. Like: 9006@[fe80::c0a8:6e] and still dosent work.
> I’m calling from a windows 7(the one with the virtual machine on it) to
> another windows 7 both with dual-stack ip protocol, and both are in my
> LAN network.
> The call’s only works when i use the IPv4. for example:
> when my linphone its configure to sip:firstname.lastname@example.org and Proxy
> addres: 192.168.0.10.
> I have created on Asterisk 10 SIP extensions, 9001 to 9010 on.
> I whant to know what im doing wrong.
> Or what files do i have to changes and where are they located? Wicth
> changes should i made?
> Thanks for the attention and help.