which router do you suggest

Discussion in 'General' started by ashir24, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. ashir24

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    Hi
    Which router do you suggest to run behind asterisk/elastix.
    I have been using linksys and the problem i am facing is on RTP ports.
    sometimes the voice is gone (one side mostly). If i just disable to port forwarding (RTP 10000-20000) and enable it back everything works fine.
    I have tried with thomson , netgear etc. they all not giving good results.

    which one do you guys things better ?? btw, all the issues only if i use remote sip extensions.
    as i told you linksys works perfect but the only problem is every few days you have to re enable the RTP port forwarding.

    regards
     
  2. Kalama Sutra

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    Hi Ashir24,

    I'll probably get smacked here for good reason ... hehehe ...

    "Which router do you suggest to run behind asterisk/elastix."


    My question back to you is this, are you running ISP -> elastix box -> router -> other stuff ?

    -- Or --

    am I miss reading, and you are actually from your ISP -> router (which ever brand) -> elastix box AND other stuff ?


    Secondly, are you DMZ - ing to your elastix computer ? Are your remote SIP extensions coming in via a real IP address, or are you in some way doing a VPN such that they are within your internal network ( ie. 10.10.xxx.xxx / 192.168.xxx.xxx sort of things ) ?


    Third, if Not DMZ - ing , have you gotten a good set up on port forwarding to your elastix box ?


    Don't know if these questions will help you; but I'll be waiting to see response from the whiskers out there.


    Regards,

    Jim

    ps. here I get kicked in the knees ... old PIII / PIV computer ... additional NIC's ... FLOSS Firewall/Router; start your life in another realm of forums out there.
     
  3. milauria

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    I have tried many of these brand and I ended up with a Draytek Vigor model which is rock solid and fully configurable for QoS...
     

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