[Freeswitch-users] Broad-voice configuration trouble.
msc at freeswitch.org
Thu Feb 17 19:38:52 MSK 2011
What about the IP address issue? Are they expecting you to be coming from a
specific IP address? What about your account? Is it locked? Are you able to
receive inbound calls?
There are a lot of questions left to be asked and answered. Also, get a SIP
trace and put it on pastebin. Hopefully someone else who has Broadvoice can
offer some insight. If not then consider a provider who actually supports
FreeSWITCH and isn't so abusive to a paying customer.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 8:32 AM, Victor Chukalovskiy <
victor.chukalovskiy at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> I assume password is Ok since it registers fine. It shouldn't register with
> no password.
> They say they don't officially support PBX's and that they can't check
> logs/traces to see why "403" is sent back.
> On 17/02/11 11:21 AM, Michael Collins wrote:
> 403 usually means bad password or they don't like the IP addr you're
> calling from. Call them up and confirm all your settings and ask them to
> give you some further details regarding the 403.
> On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 7:30 AM, Victor Chukalovskiy <
> victor.chukalovskiy at utoronto.ca> wrote:
>> I can't get BroadVoice running.
>> Currently I follow this page:
>> and it registers Ok.
>> However, outgoing calls fail with Broadvoice sending me "403 Forbidden".
>> I do set absolute_codec_string to PCMU and I see that PCMU is indeed the
>> only codec in my SDP.
>> Any help is appreciated.
>> Actually, can anyone share an INVITE packet that works with Broad-voice?
>> I think I'll be able to solve it then.
>> Thank you,
>> > Sorry for hijacking previous thread!
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