[Freeswitch-users] multi-tenant registration for Cisco spa 112

Moishe Grunstein max at nysolutions.com
Fri Jan 2 05:41:45 MSK 2015

Are you registering to the FQDN of the domain?
Is there any NAT involved? PBX behind NAT? phones behind NAT?


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From: freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org [mailto:freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of Robert Oldham
Sent: Thursday, January 1, 2015 7:49 PM
To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
Subject: [Freeswitch-users] multi-tenant registration for Cisco spa 112

I am a freeswitch noob, so please forgive me if my questions are not coherent with proper concepts. I have made an earnest attempt to find clues to my problem on the wiki and elsewhere, but suspect I am asking the wrong questions.

I cannot get a Cisco spa 112 to register properly.

I am trying to put together a proof of concept multi-tenant freeswitch server. After reading the book FreeSWITCH 1.2 by Anthony Minessale, I used the FusionPBX install script to get freeswitch 1.4.14 built on a fresh Ubuntu 12.04 install. I configured a domain name to point to the new server. On the server I added the domain in the directory and 3 users/extensions along with several sip gateways. The gateways work. One of the extensions has a Grandstream GXP2160 registered successfully, another has a Zoiper soft phone registered successfully.

I have tried to configure and get a Cisco SPA 112 to register on the 3rd extension. However, it is failing to register. I have watched the sip trace and packet capture. Both show the same thing: the Cisco SPA sends a sip register request to which sofia responds with a 401 "unauthorized". Then, instead of sending a sip register with an authorization digest as the other phones do, the Cisco spa 112, sends another generic sip register request, which elicits another 401 "unauthorized" from sofia. This repeats a few times, and then the spa 112 gives up, waits 40 seconds and then does it all over again.

I have had this device registered with an asterisk server without trouble. I have reset the device to factory defaults and updated the firmware, all without any change.

The domain name is fairly long. Don't know if that might be a factor.

Any clues where I might look next or tests I might try for more information?

Thank you,

Robert Oldham
Oldham Technology
Phone: (801) 877-2190
Email: robert at oldhamtechnology.com<mailto:robert at oldhamtechnology.com>
Website: https://www.oldhamtechnology.com
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