Have you tried:
This is what I do in my config for multiple ports (i.e. explicitly specfying
the protocol as well).
Only one way to be absolutely sure what is happening - run a trace. (ngrep
or tcpdump on the OpenSER server should see what is coming in and what is
Alternatively, a way roundthis might be to use pseudo-variables or AVPs and
create forwarding rules in your OpenSER config,
e.g. IF (from_Cisco_IP) AND (Port=5070) THEN store Source Port in
pseudo-variable/AVP; and Forward to port value in pseudo-variable/AVP.
Well something along those lines.
On 28/12/2007, Arun Kumar <arunvoip(a)gmail.com> wrote:
1. Are you updating the port to 5070 for UA B in your configuration.
2. Are you sure that cisco is not blocking incoming traffic for 5070.
Maybe its allowing only outgoing traffic.
I've configured my cisco to block udp/tcp 5060 only rest traffic is
allowed , that is why I'm able to reg. on port 5070 and call users who are
on 5060 but not rev.
On Dec 28, 2007 9:52 AM, Arun Kumar <arunvoip(a)gmail.com> wrote:
how do I run ser/openser on multiple ports. ?
I've configured my ser with two listen stat.
listen = ip:5060
listen = ip:5070
UA:5070 -------> Cisco (Blocked 5060) --------> SER ------------->
UA is able to call UB, but UB is not able to call UA, I know 5060 is
blocked but it should goto 5070 ? please guide on this ?
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