Hi, In the meantime I think i figured it out, at least partly. As said I tried setting up outbound calls and learned a lot about the rest of the example config. Especially about how the natting rules are written and how a call follows certain "routes".
In the beginning I had a lot of problems to get the outbound call with the correct headers. (correct from header, correct outbound host...). However, after i got this working i was able to route outbound call's correctly and got audio both ways. So now I'm thinking that my inbound forwarding is missing some kind of NAT managing. (the outbound is going through the route(RELAY) while inbound calls are pretty much just dumped in the dispatcher ... Greetings, Arnout Op ma 16 sep. 2019 om 14:06 schreef Arnout Van Den Kieboom < arnoutvdkieb...@gmail.com>: > Hi, > > Firewall (PFsense) does port forwarding: > > inbound publicIP:5060 --> private ip (192.168.150.119) > > inbound PublicIP:10000 to 20000 -> private ip (192.168.150.119) > > The public ip is set in the config file (kamailio.cfg) and RTP proxy is > started with > > rtpproxy -A "private ip" -F -l "local ip" -m 10000 -M 20000 -s udp:*:7722 > -d INFO > > In the cfg file NATtin is defined. (define with_nat) > rtpproxy module is loaded. > > This works for most audio situations, except with the carrier > Also very important: the carrier i am using for testing requires > authentication, so I am using the uac module. > > I can see the registration with the provider, i see the inbound call in > kamailio, I see the inbound call in asterisk. > A connection is set up like it should, but then there is One way audio. > > The weird thing is: > this route works without a problem: carrier --> FW -->kamailio --> (back > through firewall) FW --> user subscribed to kamaiolio. > (which should imply the same NAT'ing problems?) > > If you need more info, feel free to ask! > > PS: What i haven't tried yet is to call from asterisk through kamailio to > the carrier number, this is what i'll set up and test next) > > Arnout > > Op ma 16 sep. 2019 om 13:26 schreef Daniel-Constantin Mierla < > mico...@gmail.com>: > >> Hello, >> >> is Kamailio and RTPProxy (or Asterisk) using public IP addresses? Or they >> listen on a private address and the firewall does port forwarding of a >> public IP address? >> >> Cheers, >> Daniel >> >> On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 10:51 AM Arnout Van Den Kieboom < >> arnoutvdkieb...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> Hi, >>> >>> First of all, I'm really new to Kamailio. So sorry if I ask a stupid >>> question, or perhaps a really weird one. >>> >>> I started using kamailio in a test environment about a week ago. >>> >>> for setup i have the situation for inbound calls: Carrier --> FW (NAT) >>> --> Kamailio >>> for outbound to an asterisk box i have: Kamailio --> FW (NAT) --> >>> Asterisk >>> for outbound to users i have: Kamailio --> FW (NAT) --> sip-phone >>> (yealink) or grandstream >>> >>> During that time i was able to : >>> Set up calls to users, >>> Use the dispatcher module >>> use the avpops module to do data lookups. >>> Get calls from asterisk to kamailio user to work. >>> Also calls between users (even though behind nat) are having good audio. >>> >>> I have installed rtpproxy and it works nicely. >>> >>> There is just one situation where it fails: >>> >>> Carrier --> FW (NAT) Kamailio --> asterisk >>> >>> There is only one way audio (from asterisk to carrier) but not from >>> carrier to asterisk. >>> >>> I believe I need to do something with the rtp proxy module ... and tried >>> different things (forcing the r flag, forcing the w flag) >>> Any idea where I might need to start looking? It's been driving me >>> crazy... >>> >>> Thanks >>> >>> Pemp >>> >>> >>> _______________________________________________ >>> Kamailio (SER) - Users Mailing List >>> firstname.lastname@example.org >>> https://lists.kamailio.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sr-users >>> >> >> >> -- >> Daniel-Constantin Mierla - https://www.asipto.com >> https://twitter.com/miconda - https://www.linkedin.com/in/miconda >> Kamailio Advanced Training - https://www.asipto.com/u/kat >> _______________________________________________ >> Kamailio (SER) - Users Mailing List >> email@example.com >> https://lists.kamailio.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sr-users >> >
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