[Serusers] How to rewrite source IP -- SIP packet forwarding.
Ray Van Dolson
rayvd at digitalpath.net
Tue Aug 2 09:20:30 CEST 2005
Thanks Gregor, that looks like useful information. I haven't even gotten to
the proxying RTP part yet, but when I run into problems hopefully that will
get me going again.
I made some headway on my issue:
1) Apparently the order of the listen directives has some bearing on which
interface packets will go out of.
2) Probably needed mhomed set to "yes" :-)
3) I was running in debug mode -- ie: fork was set to no. :-(
Now I'm getting
Got SIP response 479 "We don't forward to private IP addresses" back from
message on my Asterisk console. At least it's registering so I can track down
this problem next.
PS: What exactly does "record_route_preset()" do? The docs don't say much
other than "don't use this unless you know what you're doing."
Registration is at least working (error above not withstanding) and I am not
using that option, so I'm wondering if I truly need it.
On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 08:30:11AM +0200, Greger V. Teigre wrote:
> See my post yesterday to Alan on running SER behind a NAT, the same (at
> least) applies. You may also look at advertised_address and advertised_port.
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