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psanders If your telnet to 5060 is hanging then you need to figure out that first. It might be a firewall issue, that your softphone somehow bypass (specially if you installed using Snap and gave network permissions)
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markcs does localphone.com work for you as a provder host address. If you see sip messages, then at least we know it is my end ...
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markcs I don't understand how this can be a firewall as I don't have any active. Check out http://telnet-online.net and you'll see the same issues

markcs # telnet localphone.com 5060
Connection to localphone.com:5060 - fail
Error #110 (Connection timed out)

telnet sip.linphone.org 5060

Connection to sip.linphone.org:5060 - ok

psanders You are correct. I'm seen the same.
markcs that actually makes me happy! 🙂 Glad it wasn't just me
psanders Hehehe
psanders I've never seen this behavior. It doesn't sense that your softphone works.
markcs I wondered the host was expected to be in the format xxx.yyy.zzz ? All those that fail have either yyy.zzz or www.xxx.yyy.zzz format
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psanders I makes no difference for Routr. The recommended format is FQDN. All the examples you are showing meet the criteria for the recommended format.
psanders But there is no restriction on the format of the hostname.
markcs okay. rule that out then
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psanders What happen when you use gateway[dot]localphone[dot]com?
markcs that worked I realised today. I think I wrote that above. But they don't advertise that as an address to register to, I was just testing
psanders Ok
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markcs let me know if there is other debugging I can do. I'm stuck right now
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markcs asterisk registers first time ...
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psanders Asterisk works with all the providers?
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markcs Yes
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I42 on Freenode routr noob here - Using routr without peers or gateways just to allow basic SIP connectivity. I've got a Linksys PAP2, is there a way to setup something to redirect dialed numbers to preset sip addresses?
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You can register to Routr with your Linksys PAP2 to make or receive call from within your domain. However, if you want to make/receive calls from the PSTN you will need to setup a Gateway(VoIP service provider.)
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Hello! We will be closing this channel soon to focus in our Slack community. Please send me a PM and I will invite you Slack. Thanks!
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gryg on Freenode Hey, I'm trying to find out why I cannot make a calls between agents.
gryg on Freenode [WARN ] Unable to connect to host -> 10.0.10.2.(Verify your network status)
gryg on Freenode [WARN ] Unable to connect to host -> 10.0.10.2.(Verify your network status)
gryg on Freenode I'm getting this kind of errors
gryg on Freenode rctl loc:
gryg on Freenode sip:1002@10.0.20.2|sip:1002@10.0.10.2:5060;ob;nat=false;expires=60
gryg on Freenode sip:1001@10.0.20.2|sip:1001@10.0.30.2:47140;transport=tcp;nat=false;expires=3600 [...]
gryg on Freenode I'm also able to ping both ip's from routr server
gryg on Freenode Any idea what can be wrong? I just need a local communication working (no external number)
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gryg on Freenode actualy the problem is just with 1002 agent (which is smart doorbell with sip support)
gryg on Freenode and I'm able to call it directly using sip:1002@10.0.10.2
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ccoffee hello, i'm new to routr and maybe somebody can help me here.
i try to connect to my routr server using sipML5 (WebRTC) via a WSS. but i get only the error:
[ERROR] Invalid AOR: sips:102@df7jal23ls0d.invalid;rtcweb-breaker=no;transport=wss

tried a bit around with the domains.yml and numbers.yml config files but found no working config.

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rbosamiya9 hello I am new to routr I want to set up basic sip server (routr) for basic voip in local network, can anyone guide me how to do it with routr
rbosamiya9 on Freenode hello I am new to routr I want to set up basic sip server (routr) for basic voip in local network, can anyone guide me how to do it with routr
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przeqpiciel on Freenode hi all
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Hi!
We shutting down this community. Head to slack for community support https://fonosterteam.typeform.com/to/CvQqk9
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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lvlinux on Freenode Hi all. I've just installed routr and am setting it up as an SBC in front of Asterisk. Is it possible to have a peer work on IP auth, or simple user/pass WITHOUT the peer having to register to routr?
lvlinux on Freenode Of course Asterisk can register with no issues, but I have another server that can only do IP auth or user/pass, but not register. Is it possible?
Pedro Sanders
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Hi!
We shutting down this community. Head to slack for community support https://fonosterteam.typeform.com/to/CvQqk9
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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