[SR-Users] Familiar topic about Kamailio with Asterisk behind NAT
vipkilla at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 16:06:32 CEST 2015
I struggled with this setup for a while using rtpproxy, i eventually went
with rtpengine because it seems to have more features and is still
I wrote a quick how-to (mostly for myself to remember)
Here is the kamailio.cfg
On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 8:50 AM, Fred Posner <fred at palner.com> wrote:
> On 10/08/2015 09:09 AM, Ovidiu Sas wrote:
> > If the SDP is correct, then you might have specific issues related to
> > your specific deployment case. Snippets from others config files won't
> > help. You really need to investigate and understand your particular
> > issue that you are facing and fix it accordingly.
> > Regards,
> > Ovidiu Sas
> > On Oct 8, 2015 09:04, "Dirk Teurlings - SIGNET B.V."
> > <dteurlings at signet.nl <mailto:dteurlings at signet.nl>> wrote:
> > On 30-09-15 13:29, Fred Posner wrote:
> > Without a version of rtpproxy using the -A flag, you'll need to
> > either
> > (1) update to a different version of rtpproxy or (2) skip
> > rtpproxy and
> > have your asterisk handle all the rtp.
> > I tried rtpproxy v2, with the -A flag in bridge mode ( -A
> > privateip/publicip ). This doesn't reflect anything in the SIP
> A is advertise which should be different from bridging, and not certain
> why you'd be in bridged mode. Are you using more than one nic?
> Normally, for -A use something like:
> rtpproxy -A PUBLICIP -F -l PRIVATEIP -m 10000 -M 55000 -s udp:*:7722 -d
> (the -d INFO will increase your logging)
> If you continue to have trouble, I'd recommend you post an ngrep of the
> Fred Posner
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