[Freeswitch-users] IAX? Issues connecting road warriors with SIP?

Michael Jerris mike at jerris.com
Thu Dec 3 08:10:59 PST 2009

with the right clients, it nearly always works well.  with a client that does not support stun or at least rfc 3581 the results are much more sketchy and require more hacks on the server side, but with enough effort can almost always be made to work.


On Dec 3, 2009, at 7:17 AM, Fred-145 wrote:

> Hello
> In a thread back in March, I read that support for IAX in FreeSwitch is a
> bit of kludge and since there's not much demand for it, chances are it won't
> improve in the foreseeable future.
> So I'd like some feedback from users who routinely connect to a FreeSwitch
> server from various venues, ie. wifi hotspots at McD, Ethernet LAN in
> hotels, etc. (in my case, the FreeSwitch server is located in a private
> network behind a NAT router with SIP/RTP ports statically mapped.)
> Do you sometimes/often get issues where SIP (UDP5060) or RTP (UDPwhatever)
> ports fail being opened dynamically to work properly, or does SIP today
> really work well over NAT firewalls?
> Thank you.
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