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  1. Anyone have any clue on what Mobile Phones use SRTP/TLS so that I can connect to the pbx with security? Sara.
  2. Still unable to get SUSE to allow the running of PBXNSIP in User Mode. I can do it with Debian but not Suse. Is there a way around this. I am using pbxd as the .sh file and therefore using /sbin/chkconfig --add pbxnsip to set links does not work. Another problem is that even if you install to srv/pbx and the .sh file states that it is in srv/pbx upon starting the pbx it puts the pbxnsip directory files into the root directory. It refuses to start up automatically so I have to do this manually every time? Sara.
  3. Ok, found the problem the hard way and I think I got caught out on this before. Snom stores everything in its silly config and even if you change details they still stay in memory. That's what happens when you try to run the phone without the pbx, it looks for tls connections even if you have changed the outbound proxy to use udp. You have to reset the phone then start again. You would think that the phone could wipe the config after you change its settings but obviously Snom hasn't been able to figure that one out yet!!! Sara.
  4. It shows that the traffic times out, it goes nowhere. I dial the number and sweet silence of the lambs. The strange thing is that inbound calls are fine. The VPN with the pbx can make inbound and outbound calls, just not the Snom 370 on its own using VPN, very strange indeed. Sara.
  5. I have this issue where the SNOM 370 works well with PBXNSIP but if I try to use the SNOM without the PBX I can register Ok with the SIP Provider but cannot make any calls, incoming calls are Ok. At first I thought it was a NAT issue but I tried the SNOM with DMZ set on the router and no firewall but still no outgoing calls, it just gets silence and doesnt even reach the SIP Server. I have tied this with several providers and all with the same result. Funny thought I had was maybe the SMOM is not being routed properly as I use a VPN on the router and I tried the SNOM without the VPN and low and behold calls could be made. My VPN has no restrictions on VoIP calls and allows any ports for this. So is there any thoughts on this as it is driving me mad to think it works with the pbx but not on its own? Sara Donald.
  6. I found the problem and it lies with BroadVoice. I have since changed providers and all is well but that is as long as I use the pbx, that is another post for Snom. Sara Donald
  7. I have used firefox 3 and have no issues. If you are using Firefox 3 betas then you may experience issues. In Linux Firefox 3 works too, just have to add exception. Sara.
  8. Has anyone had this result when attempting to dial out using Broadvoice, I keep getting Forbidden when trying to do so. Im using Snom and PbxnSip (latest version) running Microsoft (at the moment) on one of my PC's. It registers Ok and can receive incoming calls but not make outgoing calls. I have no firewall but still port forward appropriate ports (just in case). I have sent them several emails but their support is simply not there. For outgoing proxy I am using proxy.nyc.broadvoice.com:5060 Funny that two other providers have no problems. I am using BYO sip in their management console, am I supposed to download a config file or something for SNOM370 because if so I cannot find anything online for the pbxnsip or snom? Regards, Sara.
  9. I havent actually looked into this feature as I have no need to record. From what I have seen at first glance the recordings all go into the recording folder within the main pbx directory. Individual user folders for recording linked to the extension would be of benefit. that way a user can replay the recorded message from their login page. If this is not correct then I'm sure I will find this out when I test it out. Sara.
  10. I have used a Billion router for 5 years without a single problem http://www.billion.com I also use a Sonicwall TZ180 and a Linksys gigabit Switch with this router and everything flows nicely. Sara.
  11. I never had to change a thing in Snom 370. the transfer button followed by extension number works as does all of the others. As long as you have set your sip tab to use pbxnsip instead of default. Sara.
  12. That would be extremely useful as it is pretty easy to attack a system that has root privileges. I am assuming you would write code so that the pbxnsip.exe creates a user account say pbxnsip without a password which can be added at a later stage. Yes, that would be fantastic. Sara.
  13. I cannot get pbxnsip to work using KDE on Suse or Debian only Gnome. In fact Debian will only allow me to use pbxnsip using root not a user account even if I allow the executable to be run with root privellages. I have tried everything known to man kind and have come up with the conclusion that Gnome under SUSE or Debian is the only way to go but be sure to be logged in as root. If someone else has a suggestion on how to get the program to run in user mode then please write back. Sara.
  14. Here is what I have learned so far when installing pbxnsip in linux. Sometimes but not always depending on what linux version you have, you need to put the execute file into the root home directory or else it will not unpack the folders. It can be /root/pbxnsip. This is where you also need to extract the audio folder. Suse linux has a problem with running the pbx in other system folders even with a startup .sh script. Debian seems to handle the whole operation better than Suse which can be a bit hit and miss, just make sure that the .sh file shows the root directory instead of /srv/pbx. Another thing is that the .sh script does not always work on startup so if this happens then open the /root/pbxnsip directory and double click on the pbxnsip executable, this should start the service in Debian. If you are using Suse KDE then double clicking on the executable just brings up a box asking you what you want to use to open the executable file so that is useless, use Gnome instead. As far as I can see the startup .sh script in the wiki for Suse works alright as does the one for Debian. I hope this helps a lot of people wanting to use linux to install pbxnsip. I will continue to test and relay information. Sara.
  15. Thank you very much. I am right in saying that after changing the registry with that dword entry pbxnsip as an application will now have access to changing the packets through winsock, I though it would have been more complicated than that. Should I leave the default value in the global config as 184 (0xB8) or should it be higher? Sara.
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