[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH behind an Nginx proxy

Michael Jerris mike at jerris.com
Tue Nov 3 00:36:08 MSK 2015

there are acls for this yes.  check out the ones that refer to nat

On Monday, November 2, 2015, Dan Edwards <DEdwards at vertical.com> wrote:

> We're trying to build a system that allows WebSocket SIP traffic through
> an Nginx proxy to FreeSWITCH and I'm having trouble getting the proper IP
> address offered in the SDP.
> I added ext-rtp-ip and ext-sip-ip to the profile, but if I come in via the
> Nginx proxy, FS always offers the local address. I made some code changes
> to FS to catch the X-Forwarded-For header on the initial WebSocket connect,
> thinking I could substitute the forwarded-for IP address for the Nginx
> address, but this did not correct the problem.
> To be clear, if I run Nginx on and FS on, when I come
> in via Nginx, FS sees the SIP IP as and offers as the
> RTP address. If I come in via a port-forward, FS offers what I have in
> 'ext-rtp-ip' as the IP address.
> Is there a way to force FS to always offer ext-rtp-ip, even if the address
> is local or does this require a code change? If it requires a code change,
> where does this logic exist?
> Thank you,
> Dan
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