[Freeswitch-users] Remote SIP extension deployment

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Sun Apr 27 08:32:06 PDT 2008

The double nat scenario is going to be a fun one to solve.  You're  
better off putting FreeSWITCH on a public IP or fully understanding  
what is going on.

The outbound profile isn't for inbound registrations by default.  Its  
almost what you need but you'll need to turn auth-calls=true and you  
might need to force the registration domain.  Do you have phones  
behind that nat with FreeSWITCH registering to port 5060?

<param name="force-register-domain" value="cluecon.com"/>  <-- force  
the domain on a sip profile.


On Apr 27, 2008, at 10:25 AM, Chris Chen wrote:

> Could any of you share your experience with remote SIP extensions  
> behind another NAT?
> Basically my setup whould be like this:
> [ Remote SIP extensions]------>(private IP@) NAT Router B---(public  
> IP @B)-------(Internet Cloud)-----------(public IP @A)  NAT Router  
> A---(private IP @A)------(private IP at C)[Freeswitch]
> I have the domain registered as "sip.mydomain.com"
> let's see, I am trying to config the remote SIP extension as 1018  
> using port 5080 hitting the public context, but I got the error on  
> the freeswitch console
> "user 1018 at sip.mydomain.com not found"
> Could you guys guide me to the right direction for remote SIP  
> extensions' deploymen?
> Your helps are appreciate.
> Thanks,
> Chris
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