[Freeswitch-dev] Call to registered phone behind NAT
brian at freeswitch.org
Mon May 24 13:47:27 PDT 2010
Well I think you might have to compose your ACL's by hand and not use any of the auto ones.. Aggressive nat will break 302 processing along with transfers.
Can you paste your profile into the email you have now and email it to the list please.
On May 24, 2010, at 3:24 PM, Oleg Khovayko wrote:
> Maybe.. but, when I turn ON, I see fs_path-es for outer clients. If it is OFF, I never see fs_pathes.
> Can you suggest, how to enforce "fs_path-es without aggressive-nat-detection"?
> Also, I see another problem:
> My friend in the Ukraine, uses phone behind NAT, too (situation like to Sipdroid - he also behind NAT).
> There is his registration record:
> Call-ID: c4e76211 at 192.168.10.103
> User: 1012 at 192.168.1.5
> Contact: "user" <sip:1012 at 192.168.1.136:1024;fs_nat=yes;fs_path=sip%3A1012%4091.207.244.1%3A1024>
> Agent: AcctonVoIP/2.5
> Status: Registered(UDP-NAT)(unknown) EXP(2010-05-24 17:49:15)
> Host: olegh.ath.cx
> IP: 188.8.131.52
> Port: 1024
> Auth-User: 1012
> Auth-Realm: olegh.ath.cx
> MWI-Account: 1012 at 192.168.1.5
> When he calls me, everything is OK, we can talk each to other.
> But, when I call him (from LAN), he receives RING signal, pick up handset -- and we both heard nothing.
> Can you suggest, where to search?
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