[Freeswitch-users] How do I set my FS internal ip address to a "static" value.

mszlazak at aol.com mszlazak at aol.com
Sun Jan 4 22:51:48 PST 2009

 Jason, I have no idea either but if I assign an IP address to the network interface, say then I may have another problem. I have a Voxeo Prophecy ASR server being assigned to Actually both FS and Prophecy were being assigned by Windows to but this was causing audio transfer problems when I bridged FS to Prophecy. So I wanted to assign FS to something else but I *believe* that Windows only uses one adaptor. What I need to do next I don't know (create another adaptor) and probably I've never done.



-----Original Message-----
From: Jason White <jason at jasonjgw.net>
To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
Sent: Sun, 4 Jan 2009 10:17 pm
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] How do I set my FS internal ip address to a "static" value.

mszlazak at aol.com <mszlazak at aol.com> wrote:
> I tried changing $${local_ip_v4} to a static IP in the vars.xml and internal
> and external sip_profiles files. This didn't work.

Make sure that one of your network interfaces - the one that you want
FreeSWITCH to use - is assigned that address first, otherwise there will be
nothing for FreeSWITCH to bind to when it starts.

I don't know much about Windows, so if you're running FreeSWITCH on Windows,
I'm sure there will be others on the list who are in a position to help.

If you're using Linux, just make sure that the address you want is associated
with an interface, e.g., using ifconfig, then start FreeSWITCH with the
pre-processor variable $${local_ip_v4} set appropriately.

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