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We're trying to configure a Gradwell Enterprise SIP Trunk with PBXnSIP and getting '403 Method not supported' - which we also get on a standard X-lite client when we've tried it. I've been told by Gradwell support that this service doesn't require a username/password and authenticates by permitted IP address.

 

How do I configure PBXnSIP Trunks to support this configuration?

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We're trying to configure a Gradwell Enterprise SIP Trunk with PBXnSIP and getting '403 Method not supported' - which we also get on a standard X-lite client when we've tried it. I've been told by Gradwell support that this service doesn't require a username/password and authenticates by permitted IP address.

 

How do I configure PBXnSIP Trunks to support this configuration?

 

You should set the trunk type as "SIP Gateway". This does not need username / password. Just set the IP address/name under the domain and the outbound proxy field.

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Ok... doing this and setting up dialplan to suit I now get...

 

[5] 2009/09/17 12:34:59: Last message repeated 2 times

[8] 2009/09/17 12:34:59: Could not find a trunk (1 trunks)

[5] 2009/09/17 12:48:15: Trunk 6 (Gradwell_EST) has outbound proxy udp:212.11.94.100:5060

[8] 2009/09/17 12:48:22: Could not find a trunk (1 trunks)

[5] 2009/09/17 12:49:06: Trunk 6 (Gradwell_EST) has outbound proxy udp:212.11.94.100:5060

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I’ve tried setting it up as a SIP Gateway as suggested by someone on your Forum site, and it seems to be on the right direction, but I’m not getting out. I’m using X-Lite as my extension and getting “Call Failed: Access denied to SIP Trunk Out. In the PBX Logs, the same call produces...

 

[8] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: Last message repeated 6 times

[9] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: SIP Rx udp:10.10.10.18:40152:

REGISTER sip:pbx.onestopit.com SIP/2.0

Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.10.10.18:40152;branch=z9hG4bK-d8754z-c0283e0af73b2e48-1---d8754z-;rport

Max-Forwards: 70

Contact: <sip:101@10.10.10.18:40152;rinstance=19e381e125a7982b>

To: "101"<sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>

From: "101"<sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=327d3242

Call-ID: NjUyZDQzYzU1NjhkMDA1YTZkMTM4ODUzYjc2YTZhNTQ.

CSeq: 86 REGISTER

Expires: 3600

Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, NOTIFY, MESSAGE, SUBSCRIBE, INFO

User-Agent: X-Lite release 1103k stamp 53621

Authorization: Digest username="101",realm="pbx.onestopit.com",nonce="a8062d0f2ebedc74c86e2189a3a203ea",uri="sip:pbx.onestopit.com",response="eacb5655bec1fdb7c3d297b3d97507fa",algorithm=MD5

Content-Length: 0

 

 

[9] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: Resolve 14255: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: Resolve 14255: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: Resolve 14255: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:09:38: SIP Tx udp:10.10.10.18:40152:

SIP/2.0 200 Ok

Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.10.10.18:40152;branch=z9hG4bK-d8754z-c0283e0af73b2e48-1---d8754z-;rport=40152

From: "101" <sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=327d3242

To: "101" <sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=fc8f3ea84b

Call-ID: NjUyZDQzYzU1NjhkMDA1YTZkMTM4ODUzYjc2YTZhNTQ.

CSeq: 86 REGISTER

Contact: <sip:101@10.10.10.18:40152;rinstance=19e381e125a7982b>;expires=28

Content-Length: 0

 

 

[8] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Could not find a trunk (1 trunks)

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14256: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14256: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14256: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14257: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14257: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14257: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[8] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Tagging request with existing tag

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14258: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14258: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14258: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: url sip:sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: naptr sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14260: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14260: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14260: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[8] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: DNS: Add dns_naptr sip.trunk.gradwell.com (ttl=60)

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: naptr sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: srv tls _sips._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[8] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: DNS: Add dns_srv _sips._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com (ttl=60)

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: srv tls _sips._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: srv tcp _sip._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[8] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: DNS: Add dns_srv _sip._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com (ttl=60)

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: srv tcp _sip._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: srv udp _sip._udp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: a udp v-sip-trunk-out-f1.gradwell.net 5060

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14259: udp 212.11.94.100 5060

[7] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Call ba30980f@pbx#55282: Clear last INVITE

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: url sip:sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: naptr sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: srv tls _sips._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: srv tcp _sip._tcp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: srv udp _sip._udp.sip.trunk.gradwell.com

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: a udp v-sip-trunk-out-f1.gradwell.net 5060

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14261: udp 212.11.94.100 5060

[5] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: INVITE Response 403 Access denied to SIP Trunk Out: Terminate ba30980f@pbx

[7] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Other Ports: 1

[7] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Call Port: YjI5MjQyMDk4MDI3YWY5NjA0N2FkZjk4OTNlOGQzNzU.#87038acc4b

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14262: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14262: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:00: Resolve 14262: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:01: SIP Rx udp:10.10.10.18:40152:

REGISTER sip:pbx.onestopit.com SIP/2.0

Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.10.10.18:40152;branch=z9hG4bK-d8754z-d0513f0bac781c7c-1---d8754z-;rport

Max-Forwards: 70

Contact: <sip:101@10.10.10.18:40152;rinstance=19e381e125a7982b>

To: "101"<sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>

From: "101"<sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=327d3242

Call-ID: NjUyZDQzYzU1NjhkMDA1YTZkMTM4ODUzYjc2YTZhNTQ.

CSeq: 87 REGISTER

Expires: 3600

Allow: INVITE, ACK, CANCEL, OPTIONS, BYE, REFER, NOTIFY, MESSAGE, SUBSCRIBE, INFO

User-Agent: X-Lite release 1103k stamp 53621

Authorization: Digest username="101",realm="pbx.onestopit.com",nonce="a8062d0f2ebedc74c86e2189a3a203ea",uri="sip:pbx.onestopit.com",response="eacb5655bec1fdb7c3d297b3d97507fa",algorithm=MD5

Content-Length: 0

 

 

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:01: Resolve 14263: aaaa udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:01: Resolve 14263: a udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:01: Resolve 14263: udp 10.10.10.18 40152

[9] 2009/09/17 13:10:01: SIP Tx udp:10.10.10.18:40152:

SIP/2.0 200 Ok

Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.10.10.18:40152;branch=z9hG4bK-d8754z-d0513f0bac781c7c-1---d8754z-;rport=40152

From: "101" <sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=327d3242

To: "101" <sip:101@pbx.onestopit.com>;tag=fc8f3ea84b

Call-ID: NjUyZDQzYzU1NjhkMDA1YTZkMTM4ODUzYjc2YTZhNTQ.

CSeq: 87 REGISTER

Contact: <sip:101@10.10.10.18:40152;rinstance=19e381e125a7982b>;expires=29

Content-Length: 0

 

 

Any ideas?

 

Our trunk provider says they only authenticate by IP (no username or password) and CLI?

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Are are almost there on getting the the log. Please follow https://pbxnsipsupport.com/index.php?_m=kno...;kbarticleid=58 to setup the log properly. Once you do that, place a call using x-lite and post the log.

 

I’ve tried setting it up as a SIP Gateway as suggested by someone on your Forum site, and it seems to be on the right direction, but I’m not getting out. I’m using X-Lite as my extension and getting “Call Failed: Access denied to SIP Trunk Out. In the PBX Logs, the same call produces...

Any ideas?

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Our trunk provider says they only authenticate by IP (no username or password) and CLI?

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