[Freeswitch-users] 180/183 not passed through sip profiles

Grant Bagdasarian gb at cm.nl
Fri Oct 27 09:39:41 UTC 2017

That’s actually not true, the other FS instance uses bypass-media true.

From: FreeSWITCH-users [mailto:freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of Grant Bagdasarian
Sent: vrijdag 27 oktober 2017 11:36
To: FreeSWITCH Users Help <freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org>
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] 180/183 not passed through sip profiles

Hi Mirko,

I’ll try that.

To answer Alexandr Popov’s comment, we also have a FS instance running with just a single sip profile that also does a bridge to an endpoint on the internet, but uses SIP-ALG provided by our firewall, which works just fine. Not sure if this is related to multiple sip profiles. That’s the only difference between the two.



From: FreeSWITCH-users [mailto:freeswitch-users-bounces at lists.freeswitch.org] On Behalf Of Mirko Brankovic
Sent: vrijdag 27 oktober 2017 11:30
To: FreeSWITCH Users Help <freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org<mailto:freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org>>
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] 180/183 not passed through sip profiles

Have you tried with bridge_early_media=false, since in pproxy_mode everything that has to do with live media will fail?


On Fri, Oct 27, 2017 at 9:45 AM, Grant Bagdasarian <gb at cm.nl<mailto:gb at cm.nl>> wrote:

We’re using a freeswitch which bridges calls between two networks: private and public. The server has two interfaces. The calls originate from the private network and are bridged using the public sip profile.
For some reason I cannot get the 180 and 183 messages passed back from the outbound leg to the inbound leg when sending calls over the public sip profile.

Both sip profiles have been set with:
    <param name="inbound-bypass-media" value="false"/>
    <param name="inbound-proxy-media" value="true"/>

The below dialplan is hit when a call arrives on the LAN(private) interface of the freeswitch.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <context name="local">
    <extension name="route_to_public">
      <condition field="destination_number" expression="(\d+)$" require-nested="false">
        <action application="set" data="bridge_early_media=true" />
        <action application="set" data="hangup_after_bridge=true"/>
        <action application="set" data="continue_on_fail=false"/>
        <action application="set" data="ignore_early_media=false"/>
        <action application="set" data="sip_copy_custom_headers=false" />
        <action application="set" data="sip_ignore_reinvites=false"/>

        <action application="set" data="effective_caller_id_number=${translate(${caller_id_number} To_International)}" />
        <action application="set" data="effective_caller_id_name=${translate(${caller_id_number} To_International)}" />
        <action application="set" data="destination_number_translated=${translate(${destination_number} To_International)}"/>
        <action application="bridge" data="sofia/gateway/${distributor(public_gws ${sofia(profile public_eth1 gwlist down)})}/${destination_number_translated}" />

Any ideas why the 180/183 are not relayed from outbound leg back to inbound leg? A trace shows these messages do arrive on the outbound leg.

Grant Bagdasarian




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