IOS CUBE Sent SIP signaling to 1 IP and SIP RTP to another IP ?
I have a new CenturyLink SIP Service. CenturyLink said it is new and doesn't match the Cisco guides.
In short in CUBE they want me to send calls to their network as;
SIP Signaling IP X.X.156.245:5060
RTP IP X.X.156.244
I'm just drawing a blank on how to setup CUBE to send SIP signaling requests to CenturyLink with different Signaling and RTP destination addresses. Don't I just send session target ipv4:X.X.156.245:5060 and the SDP takes care of the RTP negotiation part? Do I really care in my CUBE what their RTP address is?
Re: IOS CUBE Sent SIP signaling to 1 IP and SIP RTP to another IP ?
You should just have to send an invite to the X.X.X.245:5060, the SDP will contain the destination you are expecting the RDP traffic to be sent to. It should be up to them to send the RDP out a specific IP/interface on there end. And no you shouldn't care what the RTP address is. Makes no sense to me.
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