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  1. IOP does not respect contact & connect headers in device's INVITE.

    remote phone is connected via site-to-site IPSec VPN. The SIP settings are set to:

    SIP replace 10.10.10.108/71.78.XX.XX

    IP route is set to 10.10.10.0/255.255.224.0/10.10.10.108 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0/71.78.XX.XX

    The remote phone is 10.10.30.101 and the contact & connect headers tell the IOP to use the private IP of the phone, but the IOP responds back and tells the remote phone to use the public IP of 71.78.XX.XX and not the private IP of 10.10.10.108. The subnet mask used in the replace should encompass the 10.10.30.X range, but it seems to not.

    I have two VPNs set, with 3 different subnets seen at the IOP:

    10.10.10.0 local

    10.10.20.0 remote

    10.10.30.0 remote

    Running a 63.0.4 release.

     

    Do I need to have a separate entry for each VPN'ed LAN to use the local IP of the IOP?

  2. Hi, Murarano The Vodia PBX is just receiving a stream from a source, if you put a call on hold you will hear that stream. You can stream in the AA under IVR and choose the stream avaible and it's also avaiabel for the confrence room as well under the MOH drop down.
  3. VodiPBX listens on the RTP port you specify, BUT it only starts listening when you put a call on hold. Stream via VLC using: vlc http://[shoutcastip]:[shoutcastport] --loop --norm-max-level=5 --sout='#transcode{acodec=ulaw,samplerate=8000,channels=1,ab=16}:rtp{dst=[vodia IP],port-audio=[vodia MOH PORT]]
  4. That's too bad Vodia is not switching the web language at login. Ok, we will look into this and hopefully have a fix for you. Thanks!
  5. Hi, Impiantiel Can you try the procedure once more? https://doc.vodia.com/lang_installation Can you chcek under the Default IVR language setting in the domain setting, you should see the language pack installed list that are installed. Also you don't need to restart the VodiaPBX servvice after an upgrade or file upload. https://doc.vodia.com/releasenotes630 Thanks
  6. Thanks, I'll need to see a SIP trace, can you provide a sample? Thanks
  7. Thanks for the update. Can you exactly tell what you have tested. For example when you make an outbound call what happens?
  8. HI, Travis Did you create an Elastic trunk? If not here's how... Termination URI Under Elastic SIP trunking create a trunk name under general, to name your trunk. Next is Termination, create a termination SIP URI, Name the Termination SIP URI for example (mycompany).pstn.twilio.com this SIP URI will be used for the outbound proxy of the trunk. Twilio also has localized Termination URI, You can use this based on your location, so with your newly created SIP URI you can also use mycompany .pstn.us1.twilio.com etc. {example}.pstn.us1.twilio.com (North America Virginia) {example}.pstn.us2.twilio.com (North America Oregon) {example}.pstn.ie1.twilio.com (Europe Ireland) {example}.pstn.de1.twilio.com (Europe Frankfurt) {example}.pstn.sg1.twilio.com (Asia Pacific Singapore) {example}.pstn.jp1.twilio.com (Asia Pacific Tokyo) {example}.pstn.br1.twilio.com (South America São Paulo) {example}.pstn.au1.twilio.com (Asia Pacific Sydney) Authentication IP access control List Authentication is used to authenticate the termination SIP URI IP address or FQDN Click on the plus button, Friendly name: My business name Add an IP address range: Your PBX IP address Friendly name: VodiaPBX and save Credential list: is used authenticate the user and password of the SIP URI Friendly name: mycompany.com User name: The user that will be passed when authenticating the SIP request Password: The password used by the user to the authenticate the SIP request Origination Here you will create the origination URI. Origination SIP URI: sip.mypbxbuisnessname.com can also be an IP address as well. This will be used to send traffic to the PBX, so if you don't have a FQDN you can always use your external IP address Click on the Plus button and create the (Origination SIP URI) could be IP address or FQDN Number Purchase a number from Twilio in order to get inbound and CID working. Once you have purchased your number you can point the number to your SIP trunk Creating the Twilio Trunk in Vodia PBX General Name your Trunk Type (SIP Gateway) Direction (inbound and outbound) Registration Account: User name created in the credential list Domain: SIP URI created in the Termination URI (mycompany).pstn.twilio.com Username: User name created in the credential list Password: Password created in the credential list Proxy address: SIP URI created in the Termination URI (mycompany).pstn.twilio.com Explicitly list address for inbound traffic 54.172.60.3 172.18.21.17 54.172.60.3 (Optional) Routing Redirection You can choose to send calls to the Request URI or to a specific extension Number/ Call Identification Trunk ANI: Add your Twilio Number SIP Caller -ID presentation (Custom headers) Request-URI Value: Let the system decide From Value: Other <sip:{trunk-ani}@{domain};user=phone> To Value: Same as the Request-URI P-Asstered Identity Value: Don'use header P-Preferred Identity Valye: Don;t use header Remote-Party-ID value: Based on the incoming call Privacy Indication value: RFC3325 Rewrite global numbers value "Use + symbol at the beginning I hope this helps, I know Twilio among other providers can be complex at time...... Aldo check the attachment example. Thanks Twillio example.txt
  9. Hi, Community Here's some useful information on how use Zoiper with VodiaPBX https://blog.vodia.com/zoiper_qr_code
  10. Hi, Community I am sharing two links that may be useful for anyone that love and use the Cisco 3PPC series phone. Have a great and awesome weekend! Video on how to provision a Cisco 3PPC with VodiaPBX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmMyALrh7VA Vodia documentation on Cisco 3PPC https://doc.vodia.com/cisco_3pcc_provisioning
  11. Hi, Community I am sharing two links that may be useful for anyone that love and use the Cisco 3PPC series phone. Have a great and awesome weekend! Video on how to provision a Cisco 3PPC with VodiaPBX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmMyALrh7VA Vodia documentation on Cisco 3PPC https://doc.vodia.com/cisco_3pcc_provisioning
  12. Hi, Can you try the following version:http://firmware.grandstream.com/Release_GXP2170_1.0.7.97.zip I had the same result with the latest GS build. 1.0.7.97 works for me.
  13. If the PBX received the 401 auth from the trunk side, then you'll need to check the password on the trunk settings.
  14. If you navigate to features--->voice mail---> and disable "Offer camp on" the caller should be able to hear the user voice mail greeting, also you can turn off cell phone option "Offer calling cell phone when entering user's mailbox" on the same page.
  15. Hi, Vodia Forum Hamlet here, I would like to share a link with the community, The link below is from capterra a product review site. If you can please take a few minutes to give us your thoughts about the Vodia phone system, I will greatly appreciate it. Thanks! Please check the link below. https://www.capterra.com/p/159316/Vodia-PBX/ Thanks
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