[Spce-user] Issue with RTP proxy on dual interface host

Andrew Yager andrew at rwts.com.au
Mon Aug 17 02:58:23 EDT 2015


Just clarifying we are running 3.8.2 on this box.


On 17 August 2015 at 16:55, Andrew Yager <andrew at rwts.com.au> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm currently trying to troubleshoot an issue with an SPCE box with two
> interface (eth0 and eth1).
> Subscriber is connected to domain on eth0 (host IP) and Peer is connected
> to eth1.
> The bindings in the peer and the domain both are set to use_rtpproxy with
> "Always with Plain SDP".
> When the call comes in and placed to the peer on eth1, the SDP is still
> showing the subscriber's IP and not getting rewritten to be the IP of the
> interface eth1.
> The eth config in /etc/ngcp-cfg/network.yml is:
>     eth0:
>       ip: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
>       netmask:
>       type:
>         - web_ext
>         - sip_ext
>         - rtp_ext
>         - ssh_ext
>         - web_int
>     eth1:
>       ip:
>       netmask:
>       type:
>         - sip_ext
>         - rtp_ext
> The peer appears to be set up correctly and behaving normally; but I might
> be missing something. Can you suggest where to debug/what we might have
> possibly done wrong from the above description. Happy to provide more info
> as needed.
> Thanks,
> Andrew

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