Getting a trunk working with CallVoip

!Helder

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Hello,

I already set up a telephony server with elastix successfully. For now we used the same provider for all the trunks called Budgetphone.

Now, i'm trying to make a trunk work with CallVoIP. They have a manual online for configuring Asterisk based systems.

Callvoip manual. Hope you guys can read this because it's dutch. As you see, you have to change the useragent in sip_general_custom.conf but when i do that, it doesn't really change anything to the system when i check it with the command sip show peer (userid).

The manual also describes trunk settings which aren't in the right order. Maybe you guy's can give me some tips. I already now that disallow should be above allow.

current situation... when i'm calling out. i get the famous all circuits are busy message. i isolated the dial rules. I can't test incoming calls because the number is forwarded to another number for the testing environment.

If you need additional information about the situation just ask me.
Thanks.

Donny
 

Patrick_elx

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from what I read:


you can try to put that in your trunk peer details:

disallow=all
allow=ulaw&alaw&gsm
authuser= yourlogin
context =from-trunk
fromdomain= sip.sipnl.net
fromuser= yourlogin
host= sip.sipnl.net
insecure=very
nat=yes
port=5060
qualify=no
secret=yourpassword
type=peer
username=your login


and the register string:
yourlogin@sip.sipnl.net:yourpassword:yourlogin@sip.sipnl.net/yourlogin

seems strange to me, maybe it should be instead
yourlogin:yourpassword@sip.sipnl.net/yourlogin
 

!Helder

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Thanks for your reply.

I'm going to test this configuration today.
I let you know if it works.

Greetz.
 

!Helder

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It works! :laugh:

The problem was the register string.
I'm using username:password@host/username now.

Thanks for your help
Greetz.
 

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you can replace the /username at the end of the register string by whatever you want. That's what will be presented when you receive a call, and that what you should put in your inbound route CID for routing.
 

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