[Spce-user] Connection to private subnet for single carrier

Nikita Stashkov snl at sipmobile.org
Tue Oct 14 09:20:09 EDT 2014

I used another scheme. No editional socket. Spce will send packets through private interface. But all SIP packets will have public IP. So, on another host you need a route to public interface through private.

> 14 окт. 2014 г., в 15:06, George Mason <george.mason at xoomtalk.com> написал(а):
> Hi Andrew
> Many thanks, unfortunately in this case the provider will do nothing over the public network, so both SIP signalling and RTP need to be sent over the private interface. On balance I think I will wait for mr3.5.1 as that sounds like it addresses the problem with the least messing about.
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>> On 14/10/14 13:54, Andrew Pogrebennyk wrote:
>> Hi George,
>> you should configure that interface as extra_socket in config.yml:
>> https://www.sipwise.com/doc/mr3.4.2/spce/ar01s05.html#_extra_sip_listening_ports
>> After that select that socket in the outbound_socket peer preference.
>> Please note that the rtpengine is still going to use the default
>> interface. This is not a problem I guess if the carrier is able to send
>> RTP traffic to the internet.
>> If not you need to look into the new rtpengine interface bridging
>> feature. It's available and documented on
>> https://github.com/sipwise/rtpengine and will be included in mr3.5.1
>> that will be released within a week. The integration in kamailio config
>> is rather trivial.
>> Andrew
>> On 13/10/14 15:23, George Mason wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I have a situation where I need to connect a separate interface on a
>>> SPCE box with a private IP, to a carrier that will only accept calls
>>> down this channel and from that IP. So basically I need a setup where
>>> the server is accessible on its public IP on one interface, but can also
>>> communicate on its private interface, with a route to the supplier's
>>> network.
>>> What will need to be done on SPCE to make this work? I'm fine with the
>>> layer 3 aspect of this but not sure about the changes needed in the
>>> application.
>>> Thanks in advance
>>> George
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