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create cnf-files version-stamp 7960 Jun 21 2012 08:27:54
ntp server 184.108.40.206
With the SIP configuration. I have deliberately not added in any bind commands for the Control and Media interfaces, as the CME ios Router should be acting as gateway between Public & Private interfaces and so should be handling SIP requests on both of these interfaces.
I am not using any Cisco phone and so do not need to support skinny (CSSP) and just want to support generic SIP gateways and phones.
I have not started to work on getting Dial Plans sorted out yet, as if I cannot get a phone to REGISTER, then nothing else will work or is testable.
I have also attached the SIP Log trace from Blink in the attached file.
I am still getting the REFER & 500 Internal Server Error generated, so am unable to register.
Also as I added in the bind, which result in binding to the public facing Loopback0 interface, I had to change the Blink SIP client to do register on this interface (as it could not longer contact the PRIVATE interface on 192.168.X.X network.
To your question about the ZBFW setting, I have configured SIP inspection and can have no problems getting response from the interfaces, as long as I ensure that the Blink SIP Proxy settings are always the same as the "bind control source-interface" setting.
As per my earlier post, I do not realy want to do a "bind control source-interface" as this means that I cannot have a SIP listener on both the public and the private interfaces, which I need for:
1. Allowing general SIP INVITE calls to enter SIP via Public Interface
2. Allow remote users to do SIP REGISTER via Public Interface
3. Allow communications with external SIP provider for international calls
4. Allow my internal SIP users to use the PRIVATE interface to do SIP REGISTER
5. Allow my internal SIP clients to do intra-office calls by directly calling local SIP numbers.
NOTE: that the REFER message has the following contents:
notify_displayMax Phones Exceeded1001
Does the "Max Phones Exceeded" have any significance???
How can I have exceeded by maximum no of phones, when I have not even managed to get a single phone to register?
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