[Freeswitch-users] Running FreeSwitch in the background

adamF adam.falcone at gmail.com
Sun May 17 10:38:37 PDT 2009

I was able to fix this by assigning my public IP to the following in vars.xml

  <X-PRE-PROCESS cmd="set" data="external_rtp_ip=XX.XX.XX.XX"/>
  <X-PRE-PROCESS cmd="set" data="external_sip_ip=XX.XX.XX.XX"/>

XX's obviously being my public IP and now Freeswitch is receiving calls
while running in the background.

Thanks for your help

Jason White-14 wrote:
> adamF <adam.falcone at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Yes I am passing -nc when starting freeswitch and I can receive calls
>> without
>> issue initially. If I wait 10-15 then try to place another incoming call
>> freeswitch will not pick it up. I haaven't found where anyone else has
>> reported this issue so I am at a loss.
> Is there a NAT device between your FreeSWITCH system and the SIP endpoints
> that are making the calls? I'm assuming these are SIP calls; if not, I
> would
> suggest that you explain the scenario in greater detail.
> If there is a NAT device involved, it could well be your problem, and you
> could try setting a ping parameter in the relevant FreeSWITCH profile to
> keep
> the NAT port mapping alive.
> This might well be a problem that you'll have to solve by reconfiguring
> the
> NAT device (a router, for example), if there is one that is responsible
> for
> your issues.
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