[Spce-user] A little help please

Andrew Pogrebennyk apogrebennyk at sipwise.com
Fri Jul 12 06:59:55 EDT 2013

posting /var/log/ngcp/kamailio-proxy.log would help.

On 07/12/2013 05:59 PM, Paul wrote:
> Andreas,
> You are correct. I caught that right after I sent this message, when I was
> following the manual to get a sip peering (register a trunk) it told me to
> edit reg_agent.tt2 as doing it from the GUI wasn't enough. I removed those
> entries causing the errors and am attempting to register my trunk and not
> sure where I'm encountering my problem, any helps GREATLY appreciated as
> I'm getting a little frustrated... wayy to much new config to learn :)
> Here's my situation:
> - Trunk @ my provider with DID
> - I edited reg_agent.tt2 and added
> - domain=provider.trunk.domain.com
> - user = <username provided for me by provider>
> - pass = <same as above>
> - left the other lines untouched
> I also have this trunk entered in Sip Peering in the GUI but to be honest
> can't get a clear understanding in what the connection is between them,
> and maybe that's why this isn't working.
> Currently when I dial my DID from my cell it hits kamailio, I see the call
> coming in, logs end with "Performing normal inbound routing", so the call
> should continue to a user I have assigned the incoming DID to, and that
> user is a trunk registered on one of my PBXs down the line (FreeSwitch).
> My Freeswitch never gets the call as I'm monitoring the logs. So my guess
> then (if kamailio isn't denying the call) is that the ReWrite rules aren't
> compatible with the format the call is coming in on?
> Call comes in as a 10 digit (north america) NXX-NXX-NXXX what ReWrite
> rules would convert it to E.164 (which I believe ngcp is expecting?) so
> that it continues getting routed properly? And would I add this rule under
> Inbound Callee or Caller? I'm assuming Caller?
> Thanks again for your quick response!
> Paul
> On Fri, July 12, 2013 1:04 am, Andreas Granig wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On 07/12/2013 04:39 PM, Paul wrote:
>>> Forgive my noob question, I have near 0 experience with ngcp. I keep
>>> getting the following errors in my logs and can't figure out where it's
>>> coming from, I have nothing in Sip Peerings that isn't working, but
>>> this keeps repeating every second in my logs. Not sure where these
>>> requests are coming form.
>> Looks like you've configured either peer_auth_* preferences for one of
>> your subscribers, or you've configured peer registration in your
>> reg_agent.tt2 of sems? Can you show us what you put there?
>> Andreas
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