Greetings! I have an Asterisk 1.4 box and due to hardware limitations I cannot upgrade atm. So, as long as I understood from different posts, SIP-TLS is not available for 1.4 Then I set up VPNand route all inter-Asterisk traffic into VPN. But for s..
Anybody using Apache to proxy HTTP traffic to Asterisk HTTP? I got a request from a developer to add some CORS headers, for an application we are writing, and wanted to see if anybody else has had success. http://enable..
Im currently running Asterisk 10.5.1, compiled from source, and just had someone call saying they couldnt get their voice mail. Looking into the users voice mail folder, I saw a .lock file. Removing this file, enabled them to get voice mail. Is anyb..
After some customer complaints I find myself tcpdumping, gzipping and transferring large packagedumps over the network to be analyzed. While this manual process isnt a long-term solution, Im evaluating different options. Aside from the manual thin..
Im reading some information that recommends using SER / OpenSER for large installation to offload SIP traffic from the Asterisk server. http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+at+large However, it looks like the information might be dated. Im look..
Due to high volume of outbound calls you might be asked to alternate the outbound traffic by your termination provider.Basically, what what you need to do here is: Having 2 destinations (Dst_A, Dst_B), check/set a variable in the AstDB. Then if the varia..
I have an Opensips server dispatching to 3 Asterisk servers. I would like to assign public IPs to all of these servers and avoid NAT altogether – phones will also have public IPs. The way I set this in the lab, all the SIP traffic goes thru the SIP pr..
I have a SIP provider whom I may want to have multiple trunks with, rather than just adding more channels to the individual trunk. I have discussed the matter with them & they have told me that the only way that they identify which trunk should be u..
On Sun, Oct 23, 2011 at 10:06 PM, Andrew Lathamwrote: >> OpenVPN is the solution to all NAT issues. With at least the SNOM 370 >> supporting it and the phone can be setup as a OpenVPN gateway as well, >> for very small offices, it is a great pho..
Thank you for your response.I am going with the load balancing idea.