[asterisk-users] Configure WAN Phone

2010-06-25 Thread Nicholas Hart
Hi,

I am relatively new to Asterisk and am looking for help in configuring an IP
based phone.  This phone is not on the same subnet as the PBX.  I read that
there could be an issue with NAT so I am bypassing this by connecting
temporarily with an Internet IP.  So far, I have configured the server
extension with the phone MAC address along with configuring the phone unit
with IP, Gateway and SIP info.  Upon rebooting the phone, I am getting 'NO
Service' message.   Kind of surprised there is no IP option on the PBX
Manager for this extension.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Thanks.

Info:
Asterisk v.  C.3.3.2
thirdlane PBX Manager
Aastra 6757i phone
Internet provider  -  Fios  (perhaps they are blocking ports?)

Best,
Nick
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Re: [asterisk-users] Configure WAN Phone

2010-06-25 Thread dotnetdub
On 25 June 2010 16:23, Nicholas Hart nh...@partsauthority.com wrote:


 Hi,

 I am relatively new to Asterisk and am looking for help in configuring an
 IP based phone.  This phone is not on the same subnet as the PBX.  I read
 that there could be an issue with NAT so I am bypassing this by connecting
 temporarily with an Internet IP.  So far, I have configured the server
 extension with the phone MAC address along with configuring the phone unit
 with IP, Gateway and SIP info.  Upon rebooting the phone, I am getting 'NO
 Service' message.   Kind of surprised there is no IP option on the PBX
 Manager for this extension.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Thanks.

 Info:
 Asterisk v.  C.3.3.2
 thirdlane PBX Manager
 Aastra 6757i phone
 Internet provider  -  Fios  (perhaps they are blocking ports?)

 Best,
 Nick


There is quite a bit of configuration to do to achieve what your trying to
do. You need to setup a TFTP server. The handset needs to know the address
of the TFTP server to download the config.
Head over to the thirdlane.com forums - they are a helpful bunch. Eric's
bark is worse than his bite :)


Brian
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