[Spce-user] Intro

Mike Hammett sipwise at ics-il.net
Wed May 8 17:05:27 EDT 2013

I did try with what you sent me, but I have been met with the same results. 

I have Vitelity setup to point to that IP, yes. 

I don't have any subscriber devices at this time. My subscriber definition in SIPWise has no reference to Vitelity. 

Mike Hammett 
Intelligent Computing Solutions 

----- Original Message -----

From: "Jeremie Chism" <jchism2 at gmail.com> 
To: "Skyler" <skchopperguy at gmail.com> 
Cc: spce-user at lists.sipwise.com 
Sent: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 2:12:24 PM 
Subject: Re: [Spce-user] Intro 

Hey mike sorry for the late response. I've been running like crazy. 

I use vitelity with the rules I sent you with no problem. I apply the rule to the peer because vitelity requires a different rule than voip innovations. This normalizes everything coming from the particular peer. In vitelity you have a static trusted Ip and not register correct? Also you aren't trying to register your subscriber to vitelity through peer registration? 

On Wednesday, May 8, 2013, Skyler wrote: 

scratch that. I forgot that peering rule is not required for inbound. Looking again. brb. 

On 5/8/2013 11:49 AM, Skyler wrote: 

go into "Viteleity Inbound" peering group. Under 'Peering Rules' you see 
a yellow highlighted error. Click the + to add a blank rule. 

Test again. 


On 5/8/2013 11:37 AM, Mike Hammett wrote: 

No dice and here's my results. 

Mike Hammett 
Intelligent Computing Solutions 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Skyler" < skchopperguy at gmail.com > 
To: spce-user at lists.sipwise.com 
Sent: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 11:45:26 AM 
Subject: Re: [Spce-user] Intro 


No there isn't. Best thing is to: 

ngrep-sip b -d any -qt -W byline port 5060 > /tmp/vitelity-problem.txt 

Then email that to the list. 

BTW, looking at your congestion.txt and seeing the other suggestions to 
re-write rule(s). Seems you are trying to strip the leading '1', but 
from what I see, you need to add a '1'. Like so: 

^([2-9][0-9]+)$ 1\1 10-digits to e164 

Put the above into your rewrite rule set, then ensure the set is enabled 
for the subscriber AND the Vitelity peer(s). 

Once confirmed, run a test call while running the ngrep above and send 
to the list. 


On 5/8/2013 9:02 AM, Mike Hammett wrote: 

That didn't pan out for me either. 

Is there some sort of debugging that has more verbosity than ngcp-sip? 

Mike Hammett 
Intelligent Computing Solutions 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kevin Masse" < kmasse at questblue.com > 
To: "Mike Hammett" < sipwise at ics-il.net >, spce-user at lists.sipwise.com 
Sent: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 4:31:15 PM 
Subject: RE: [Spce-user] Intro 

Mike, try to verify this: 

Do you have a Peering Server for Vitelity 
You should have a Peering Server Vitel-Inbound with an IP that you 
are instructed to use from Vitelity 

Then a Peering Rule under that Peering Server 
In this area just put a 1 in the Callee Prefix nothing in Callee 
Pattern or Caller Pattern 


Set the following in Outbound Rewrite Rules for Callee (YES I did 
say Outbound Rewrite Rules, don’t think of it the way it may appear) 

Match Pattern: ^(1|)([1-9][0-9][0-9]+)$ Replacement Pattern: 
\2 Description: Take off the 1 

Now inbounds calls should arrive and work with either your e164 
number assigned to the subscriber /OR/ your alias number assigned to 
that subscriber. 

Vitelity was quite clear with their error message sent to you with 
the call fail notification. 
That indicates that you are close. 

Now, there is one reason that most will agree with in the forum. 
This is offered for free and basically do your best to figure out. 

Sipwise offers paid services and a commercial product which will work 
out of the box. I think if they truly offered all the answers in a 
manual it could be more difficult to offer their commercial product / 
pro product. 

I am with you and most others, a good detailed screen shot with 
examples it really missing. 

Let me know how you make out with the above. Using vitelity is 
really straight forward once you get the above setting working. 

The examples I provided you are with us running it a SBC mode we do 
not connect any devices to sipwise and only route traffic to asterisk 
boxes in the field for our clients. No SIP devices register to our 
configuration. We use trusted sources and send traffic to the end 
user PBX. 

I hope this helps. 


-----Original Message----- 
From: spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com 
[mailto: spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com ] On Behalf Of Mike Hammett 
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 4:44 PM 
To: spce-user at lists.sipwise.com 
Subject: Re: [Spce-user] Intro 

I did change it over to IP authentication. The inbound calls hit my 
SIPwise box, but it rejects them. I don't have any devices associated 
with it, but I do have VM setup. Ideas? 

BTW: Maybe a beginner\quick setup guide and then a more advanced 
manual or set of wiki articles for the more advanced topics? The 
basics should include what I have to do to connect to origination and 
termination peers, provision a client device and have incoming calls 
route to that client a 




Jeremie Chism 
Triton Communications 

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