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Cannot set up PSTN trunk with Grandstream HT-503


Felix Diaz
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I'm pulling my hair out here.

 

All i need (for now) is sip registration from pbxnsip to a Grandstream HT-503.

 

Both my ATA and pbxnsip are on the same subnet. HT's IP is 192.168.230.180 and pbxnsip's is 192.168.230.170.

 

I can register soft phones with pbxnsip. I can also call the analog phone connected to the FXS port of the gateway.

 

HT's settings are as follows:

 

Primary SIP Server: 192.168.230.170

Outbound Proxy: 192.168.230.170

SIP User ID: 10000

Password: 10000

SIP Transport: UDP

 

PBXNSIP's settings are as follows:

 

Type: SIP Registration

Display Name: 10000

Account: 10000

Domain: 192.168.230.180

Username: 10000

Password: 10000

Outbound Proxy: 192.168.230.180

 

Everything else is at default settings.

 

The error i get on PBXNSIP is:

 

[2] 2010/02/22 12:35:53: Trunk status PSTN (3) changed to "405 Method Not Allowed" (Registration failed, retry after 60 seconds)

[5] 2010/02/22 12:36:53: Registration on trunk 3 (PSTN) failed. Retry in 60 seconds

 

If i reset the ATA i get:

 

[5] 2010/02/22 12:50:30: SIP port accept from 192.168.230.180:2050

[1] 2010/02/22 12:50:30: TCP: TOS could not be set

[5] 2010/02/22 12:50:53: Registration on trunk 3 (PSTN) failed. Retry in 60 seconds

 

Thanks for your help.

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"405 Method Not Allowed" usually means that someone tries to register to a device that does not support registering something to it. This is typically a SIP phone, which likes to register itself somewhere, but does not allow that someone registers there.

 

If you want to use the HT-503 as gateway, then maybe you should just use the "Gateway" mode in the trunk and don't attempt to register there.

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You have each device (HT-503 and PBXNSIP) trying to register to each other and that just won't work.

 

In the HT-503 turn "SIP Registration" OFF in the FXO section and that will solve half of your problem.

 

Next use "SIP Gateway" in PBXNSIP Trunk instead of "SIP Registration" as indicated by the other poster.

 

 

The HT-503 isn't the best device to use for a Gateway since it is really more of an Adapter.

 

The trouble I have had with it in the past is that it actually ANSWERS an incoming call and the tries to send it out over IP.

 

That means that anyone calling you (with the HT-503 attached to your tel line) will be charged for an answered/completed call even if you don't answer.

 

Of course there are always firmware updates from Grandstream.com that may have resolved the issue.

 

Bill H

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Thank you for your responses, i appreciate it.

 

I know the HT isn't the best gateway but i am simply using it as an experiment to test interoperability of pbxnsip with OCS, when the time is right i will change this adapter for something more capable.

 

I have done what you have suggested and now i don't seem to get any errors in the log. I cannot call the outside world however. Thing is, the adapter is plugged this way:

 

HT-503 - Analog PBX - PSTN.

 

If i pick up the phone connected to the HT i get a dialtone. If i press 9 (which is what i've set as the PSTN access code in the ATA) i reach my analog PBX here at work. If i press 9 again i reach the outside world.

 

I have tested that if i dial the entire number all at once (for instance 9988536491) the call will go through, i don't have to wait for dial tones from either the HT or the analog PBX.

 

How would i go about creating a dial plan for this? I have set a single one saying that any 8 digit call should be replaced with 99 and the 8 digits and it gets recognized in the log:

 

[5] 2010/02/23 17:33:45: Dialplan Dial Plan: Match 88536491@192.168.230.170 to <99xxxxxxxx> on trunk PBX

 

however the call never gets through, it just keeps ringing.

 

Any clues?

 

Thanks

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