creat a trunk from elastix to guintum by h323

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  1. bahramsport

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    please help me how to config ooh323.conf
    my config is
    [general]
    port=1720
    bindaddr=127.0.0.1
    gateway=no
    faststart=yes
    h245tunneling=no
    h323id=ObjSysAsterisk
    ;e164=100
    callerid=asterisk
    gatekeeper = DISABLE
    context=default
    logfile=/var/log/asterisk/h323_log
    disallow=all ;Note order of disallow/allow is important.
    allow=g723
    allow=g7231
    allow=g729
    allow=ulaw
    dtmfmode=rfc2833
    h245tunneling=yes





    and i add this custom dial string in custom trunk mode

    ooh323/$OUTNUM$@10.10.0.7:1720



    but not work
    please help me.

    and my log file


    13:33:45:424 Configured mediainfo for cap OO_G711ULAW64K (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:424 Parsing destination 10.10.0.7:1720
    13:33:45:425 Generated callRef 11
    13:33:45:425 Trying to connect to remote endpoint(10.10.0.7:1720) to setup H2250 channel (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:425 ERROR:Failed to connect to remote destination for transmit H2250 channel(outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:425 ERROR:Failed to create H225 connection to 10.10.0.7:1720
    13:33:45:425 In ooEndCall call state is - OO_CALL_CLEAR (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:550 In ooEndCall call state is - OO_CALL_CLEARED (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:550 Cleaning Call (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)- reason:OO_REASON_NOUSER
    13:33:45:550 Closing H.245 connection (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1)
    13:33:45:550 Removed call (outgoing, ooh323c_o_1) from list



    10.10.0.7 my tenor ip
     
  2. fmvillares

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    forget about h323 support in asterisk servers...its a pain in the ass and you will invest more money in consulting and professional help than buying a new quintum with sip support
    (i assume you use h323 becasuse you have the tenor 1 switches from late 90´s and up to early 2004)
     

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