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Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Hi all,

Having a few problems with the new software pack compared to the last version. Now, im trying to test the support of the 9971... so thats the new element here... however I seem to be having problems with SIP Trunks here also (perhaps its the two elements combined).

Im using CCA 3.2.1

Firstly if I start off with a factory default configuration, I run through the telephony setup wizard (provision the first test phone a 7945 - Extension 201)

I then go and configure the networking, VLANs and IP addresses to my test environment.

Next I setup my SIP trunk and DID to ring ext 201. This all tests fine for both incoming and outgoing calls on the SIP trunk.

As soon as I provision the 9971 with ext 202, outgoing calls work fine but incoming calls via the SIP trunk no longer work.

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Beginner

Re: Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Does your UC happen to be behind another firewall?

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Beginner

Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

In fact it is... but thats not the problem. Its behind an 1801 and IP INSPECT SIP is configured.

As I said... everything works right until I provision the 9971.

Beginner

Re: Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

I understand. I have had this same problem. What IP address does your firewall point to internally?

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Beginner

Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

I have a 1 to 1 NAT pointing to 192.168.169.180, this is the VLAN1 interface of the UC560 and its on the same VLAN as the 1801 which is 192.168.169.254.

Beginner

Re: Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Take a look at your config. You will notice that now somewhere in the config you will see code that binds SIP to the Voice VLAN of the UC. After discussion with Navin Albert we concluded the best option here is to point your firewall to the address of the CUE (10.1.10.1).

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Beginner

Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Firstly... why on earth would I point incoming DID SIP connections directly to my CUE?

You realise that the voice VLAN isnt the CUE right?

Ive tried pointing the incoming connection to the voice VLAN IP, which also doesnt work.

Beginner

Re: Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Well I had the same problem and that's what I ended up doing. I honestly forget what I pointed it to. I would have to look. I believe you are correct jt is 10.1.1.1. I would have to check. I noticed my ASA blocking the traffic. This only happened after adding any SIP device inside.

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Beginner

Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Additionally... as soon as you setup a SIP trunk, the 9971 constistenly re-registers itself every few minutes.

Enthusiast

Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Can you post your "voice register global" config?

Bob James

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Problems with 9971 and SIP Trunk

Hi,

if you still going through the issue, please try this.

voice service voip

sip

  no bind all

thanks