Re: [asterisk-users] Multiple SIP trunks between same pair of asterisk box

2011-07-21 Thread Faisal Hanif
If it is just matter of billing you can pass billing related info in additional SIP headers on single trunk. If you must need multiple trunk you can add multiple IPs of different subnet class to both interfaces and configure asterisk to listen of all IPs. Then use one trunk per IP Subnet

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-15 Thread John Taylor
I thought so- the fact the server has 20 different registry entries to 20 different account all at the same ITSP shouldn't matter? Can't see any DDI info in the SIP headers unfortunately :( John 2009/12/14 meetmecall i...@meetmecall.nl The easiest solution to deal with this is to have one

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-15 Thread David Gibbons
To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks I thought so- the fact the server has 20 different registry entries to 20 different account all at the same ITSP shouldn't matter? Can't see any DDI info in the SIP headers unfortunately

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-14 Thread Olle E. Johansson
11 dec 2009 kl. 23.21 skrev John Taylor: I have multiple trunks to the same ITSP. Incoming calls to any trunk go to the last incoming label defined in those trunks' contexts in sip.conf. My ITSP insists on insecure=very in the trunk context; is this the cause? This is an effect of the

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-14 Thread David Gibbons
snip I have multiple trunks to the same ITSP. Incoming calls to any trunk go to the last incoming label defined in those trunks' contexts in sip.conf. My ITSP insists on insecure=very in the trunk context; is this the cause? /snip Your provider is probably sending the DID in the SIP header TO:

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-14 Thread meetmecall
The easiest solution to deal with this is to have one context with different extensions for the different numbers and route the incoming calls from there. It should look something like this (not a tested piece of asterisk script, just an example to give the idea). Hope it helps :-) Erik

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-11 Thread John Taylor
Thanks - have done that and am now trying a one out. However, I'd still like to know whether 1 asterisk server can support multiple trunks/registry entries. Does it cause problems? Thanks John 2009/12/3 Tim Nelson tnel...@rockbochs.com: - John Taylor j...@vetsurgeon.org.uk wrote: I want

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-11 Thread Martin
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 10:23 AM, John Taylor j...@vetsurgeon.org.uk wrote: Thanks - have done that and am now trying a one out. However, I'd still like to know whether 1 asterisk server can support multiple trunks/registry entries. Does it cause problems? yes, Asterisk does support multiple

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-11 Thread John Taylor
I assume if all the SIP trunks are to the same host/port, Asterisk cannot distinguish which trunk is active when an incoming call is made- it will dump all incoming calls to the context specified in the last trunk entry of sip.conf Thanks John 2009/12/11 Martin asteriskl...@callthem.info: On

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-11 Thread Noah Miller
I assume if all the SIP trunks are to the same host/port, Asterisk cannot distinguish which trunk is active when an incoming call is made- it will dump all incoming calls to the context specified in the last trunk entry of sip.conf No. SIP uses authentication (well, I guess you can not use

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-11 Thread John Taylor
I have multiple trunks to the same ITSP. Incoming calls to any trunk go to the last incoming label defined in those trunks' contexts in sip.conf. My ITSP insists on insecure=very in the trunk context; is this the cause? John 2009/12/11 Noah Miller noahisaacmil...@gmail.com: I assume if all the

Re: [asterisk-users] multiple sip trunks

2009-12-03 Thread Tim Nelson
- John Taylor j...@vetsurgeon.org.uk wrote: I want to use an asterisk box to provide a voip service to a number of separate companies. I have a VOIP provider who I want to trunk with. As far as I can see it there are 2 options 1. Have 1 SIP trunk to one account at the provider who