[Freeswitch-users] simple point to point voip (ATA) connection?
brian.west at mac.com
Sat Nov 10 15:01:08 PST 2007
You can't tunnel rtp via ssh because its udp. Is the goal to have a
secure connection? OpenVPN can solve that for the most part.
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On Nov 10, 2007, at 4:35 AM, Zenaan Harkness <zen at freedbms.net> wrote:
> Hi, I have two ATAs - similar to Grandstream 488s, which allows me to
> convert analogue phones into IP streams.
> The config server for these devices has options for SIP and NAT/
> STUN settings.
> Can anyone assist me in what I need to do to create a simple
> point-to-point call, essentially by entering IP addresses manually?
> The ultimate purpose is so that I can tunnel such connection through
> ssh tunnel/ forwarded ports.
> But the first step is to make the (point to point) connection.
> My machine is Ubuntu.
> Do I need a SIP server?
> If so, how can I ensure the RTP stream goes through an ssl forwarded
> port - ie, how do I ensure the RTP stream goes to a local port, which
> I then forward using ssh?
> Thanks in advance
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