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My problem is as unique.. I have 2 connections from different ISP's, primary being fibre optic network one and back up being a wireless radio network one I have a router configured to use ISP1(41.xxx.xxx.xxx) as primary connection and ISP2 (196.xxx.xxx.xxx) as backup connection if ISP1 Fails. Ports 5060, 80(http), 443(https), 5060(sip) & 49152-64512(RTP) have been forwarded from ISP1 & ISP2 to Vodia PBX on 192.168.1.10 IP Routing List can only be put as below with only 1 IP (ISP) 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0/192.168.1.10 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0/41.xxx.xxx.xxx I would like to ask how do find a way to assign both IP's to communicate with remote phones, I want to configure backup IP address as failure identity in the user agents. Please advise.....
Hi everyone, I'm trying to use Vodia PBX on one of my Ubuntu server hosted at OVH. Installation was ok, the trunk SIP given by OVH was ok too and I created two extensions for phones that I have at work. Everything was working for the best. But yesterday, my company wanted to add a firewall (Fireware XTM WatchGuard). So now I have a private IP address for my PBX and all traffic is going to the firewall which redirects everything, as you can imagine. I opened all the ports needed, I think at least. The biggest problem I have now is that there is no sound when I try to call someone. I tried to open RTP ports configured in the PBX, to see if it can be another hidden option but I got nothing. Do you have any solution I could try? After spending so much time on it, any idea will be really appreciated. Sorry for my english if you see something wrong. Cheers, David