[Freeswitch-users] Handle invite with wrong to:IP

Peter P GMX Prometheus001 at gmx.net
Thu Apr 2 13:34:10 PDT 2009

My ACL contains:
    <list name="domains" default="deny">
      <node type="allow" domain="$${domain}"/>
      <node type="allow" cidr=""/>

So this should be fine, right? However it doesn't work.

Best regards

Brian West schrieb:
> We use the true network ip the invite came from NOT the one in the sip
> headers.  Not very trust worth to do that you think?  ;)
> So if your ACL is correctly setup to it would let them in
> please verify your ACL is correct...
> /b
> On Apr 2, 2009, at 3:07 PM, Peter P GMX wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am using a SIP account from Netvoip CH. I try to receive inbound call
>> from this SIP trunk. I discovered that, when they sent an invite, the
>> IP-Adress of the to: is their own IP address.
>> There fore ACL doesn't work and FS asks for authorization, which then
>> fails
>> I receive the following message on the CLI:
>> 2009-04-02 21:48:20 [WARNING] sofia_reg.c:1661 sofia_reg_parse_auth()
>> Can't find user [anonymous at <mailto:anonymous at>]
>> You must define a domain called '' in your directory and add
>> a user with the id="anonymous" attribute
>> and you must configure your device to use the proper domain in it's
>> authentication credentials.
> Brian West
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