[Freeswitch-users] Default configuration?
Antony.Stone at freeswitch.open.source.it
Thu Sep 9 17:36:17 UTC 2021
On Thursday 09 September 2021 at 19:06:12, Brian West wrote:
> Did you change your default password?
Sorry, should have put that detail in - yes I did :)
> On Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 11:59 AM Antony Stone wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Doing a standard package-managed installation of Freeswitch under Debian
> > using
> > https://freeswitch.org/confluence/display/FREESWITCH/Debian+10+Buster I
> > see that there are 20 internal extensions 1000 - 1019 already defined, and
> > I've successfully registered a couple of phones to 1000 and 1001.
> > Am I right in thinking that the default dialplan is supposed to allow
> > calls between internal extensions, or do I have to configure something else
> > for this to work?
> > My setup is:
> > - FreeSwitch installed under Debian 10 Buster on my home network
> > 192.168.78.0/24
> > - two telephones configured manually to register to the FreeSwitch
> > server, also on the same network 192.168.78.0/24
> > Result:
> > - both telephones register to FreeSwitch successfully
> > - dialling from one extension to the other causes the second extension
> > to ring, and can be answered, but the SDP contents of the Invite requests
> > from FreeSwitch to each telephone tell them both to send audio to the
> > *external address* of my Internet router, not either the internal
> > address of my FreeSwitch server, or the internal address of the other
> > telephone.
> > Obviously this doesn't work.
> > This happens whether or not I start FreeSwitch with the "-nonat" option.
> > So, I'm thinking there must be something simple that I'm failing to
> > understand about the default configuration of FreeSwitch, because I thought
> > that calling from one internal extension to the other was about the
> > simplest test I could perform.
> > Can anyone point me at "how to get started" for a simple scenario such as
> > this?
> > Thanks,
> > Antony.
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