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SIP Trunk Between UC560 and Asterisk

damiano.milazzo
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Good morning

I need to configure a SIP trunk between a UC560 and Asterisk.

I have already set up the Asterisk Trunk, routes incoming and outgoing calls.

At the moment all SIP calls proventienti dall'Asterisk and directed to the UC560 work regularly.

I have some problems on calls from dall'UC560 directed to Asterisk.

UC tells me that "The Number you have dialed is not in service"

I have enabled debugging on Asterisk SIP and I noticed the following:

     pbxpi * CLI>

     <--- SIP read from UDP :/ / 192.168.0.227:57446 --->

     ACK sip: 701@192.168.0.230: 5060 SIP/2.0

     Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 192.168.0.227:5060; branch = z9hG4bK57231F

     From: "UC Extension" <sip:311@192.168.0.230>; tag = 1F7C8C-16B

     To: <sip:801@192.168.0.230>; tag = as707a2df5

     Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2013 07:39:38 GMT

     Call-ID: 8F6EE81A-D97C11E2-8065DF0E-CD1EB93@192.168.35.227

     Max-Forwards: 70

     CSeq: 101 ACK

     Allow-Events: telephone-event

     Content-Length: 0

The problem seems to be that, typing 801 on a phone connected to the UC560 the "To" field contains "@192.168.0.230" (which is the IP address of the UC)

Unlike a SIP call made ​​by a PC connected to UC560 with SotPhone attested to Asterisk I note the following:

     <--- SIP read from UDP :/ / 192.168.10.12:5070 --->

     ACK sip: SIP/2.0 301@192.168.0.230

     Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 192.168.10.12:5070; rport; branch = z9hG4bK2932784

     To: <sip:301@192.168.0.230>; tag = as59a60f05

     From: "SoftPhone" <sip:701@192.168.0.230>; tag = 7185

     Call-ID: 1371751226-2784-COMPUTER-NAME@5.98.211.178

     CSeq: 457 ACK

     Max-Forwards: 20

     User-Agent: NCH Software Express Talk 4.28

     Authorization: Digest

     Content-Length: 0

The Field "To" is properly compiled!!! Can you give me some guidance to solve the problem?

Thank you very much in advance

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Under sip-ua, configure sip-server with the 3rd party address, not the UC address.

Also registrar (if used) should be another system address, not local.

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paolo bevilacqua
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Post UC500 configuration.

Sure!

Thanks

Under sip-ua, configure sip-server with the 3rd party address, not the UC address.

Also registrar (if used) should be another system address, not local.

Thanks a Lot!

Thank you for the nice rating and good luck!

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