I'm having a heck of a time getting incoming calls to appear on my CME 4.0.3 (12.4.15T8 on 2650XM). Outbound dialing works with the dial-peers I have and have configured sip-ua (to what I think it should be) and I am getting a SIP 400 (invalid host) coming back.
My CME is behind a Linux NAT router and wondering if this is a possibilty (but registration with outside SIP gateway works as does outbound dialing?).
Here's the message I get: SIP/2.0 400 Bad Request - 'Invalid Host'
I don't think it's an issue of the SIP provider rejecting my calls. As mentioned in the original post - I am able to make calls out and I am registered when I do a "sh sip-ua reg stat". My SIP provider allows me to create any userid and map it to a particular DID (or group of them). I know the mapping works as I have tried the same userid/password with Asterisk 1.6.x).
I have done many of the 'debug ccsip' commands (that's how I managed to find the 400 error message). As I said earlier - I only get this message when I make an inbound call to a number I have mapped to the userid I have registered under the 'sip-ua' configuration. Outbound calling still works as expected.
Thanks again - I will get in touch with the ITSP - but trying to get technical help from their side will be a bit more difficult :)
I'd love to! Unfortunately I tried it again this morning and it was working!! (last running-config change was more then 48 hrs ago!)
When I rang one of the DIDs this morning I was getting '486 Busy Here' messages (using debug ccsip all). I didn't have any phones on at the time (it's in a lab). I powered up one of the phones that has a DN assigned that the DIDs appear on. Voila! it works!.
I'm running into the same error and have forwarded the error to my ITSP for their review. I am behind an ASA with SIP inspection on. I've attached the text file with the error message. Outbound is fine, inbound does not work.
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