[Spce-user] A little help please
apogrebennyk at sipwise.com
Sat Jul 13 06:50:40 EDT 2013
You should add 10.0.0.40 as a domain in NGCP panel, if this is the address of your machine, and remove 10.0.0.34 (this will delete subscribers provisioned in that domain too), because this is the FS address. After this there should be some noticeable progress.
Paul <pasha at prosperity4ever.com> wrote:
>On Fri, July 12, 2013 12:45 pm, Andrew Pogrebennyk wrote:
>> Hi Paul,
>> regarding the learning process, we have some diagrams to explain the
>> system architecture here:
>> not sure if you've seen them. In short, every SIP message passes
>> kamailio-lb which does basic DoS attack protection, and every INVITE
>> from lb to proxy them sems, which establishes a new SIP dialog with
>> suffix in Call-ID and sens INVITE to lb for passing it finally to
>I will keep reading and rereading, thanks for the URL.
>> On 07/13/2013 04:31 AM, Paul wrote:
>>> Andrew as always you are right :)
>>> I adjusted a few more things in the trunk reg config, applied
>>> and now I have logs in the proxy log here they are:
>> Yes, I've noticed the 500 error in the lb log and was already
>> to see the "Dropping local branch" message in proxy log:
>>> /usr/sbin/kamailio: INFO: <script>: Dropping local branch -
>>> R=sip:gw+ngcp at 10.0.0.34:5080;transport=udp;gw=ngcp
>>> ID=C550303D at 220.127.116.11
>> If PBX running on the same host by chance? Of have you added
>> as Domain in admin panel, same as 10.0.0.40? I'm asking because from
>> log it looks like ngcp address is 10.0.0.40, the client is registered
>> behind 10.0.0.34, but ngcp detects that address as local so refuses
>> forward the call there.
>PBX is not running on the same host.
>FreeSwitch: 10.0.0.34 (where call should end up)
>I did have 10.0.0.34 as a domain in NGCP GUI, but not 10.0.0.40, just
>added it, see if it makes any difference.
>In domains I have --> 10.0.0.34
>In Subscribers I have --> DID at 10.0.0.34
>In freeswitch I setup a trunk that connects as follows:
>user: DID at 10.0.0.34
>Both freeswitch and NGCP see the connection (freeswitch lists trunk as
>registered, NGCP shows it under active devices for that subscriber).
>Is there a link or document you can refer me to that explains how NGCP
>analyzier from from-header to pull out the user the DID is attached to
>then decides on how to forward it?
>>> Based on this it looks to me like the Call-ID (error in logs) is
>>> terminates the call and never actually pushes it out to the
>>> trunk (I don't see anything in the freeswitch logs at all about a
>>> coming in etc, and I do have a route for "public" context that will
>>> catch all).
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