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Using loopback address for return packets

We have setup our voip dial-peers to use the loopback address with the 'voice-class source" command. Thats ok for one direction. Now how do we setup the receiving end to use its loopback address. Is there some command to put on the dial-peer pots entry to force the use of the loopback address on the return packets.

PS In case you have not noticed I know next to nothing about voice, so please forgive if this is an easy, straight forward question.

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Re: Using loopback address for return packets

These commands on your loopback interface will source all H323 traffic from the loopback. You do not need the dial-peer voice-class command.

h323-gateway voip interface

h323-gateway voip bind srcaddr x.x.x.x

HTH.

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Re: Using loopback address for return packets

There is no h323 gateway explisitly defined anywhere in the config.

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Re: Using loopback address for return packets

For H323, you would use the above config. For SIP, there are equivalent commands.

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Re: Using loopback address for return packets

Thanks for the replies. I do not know enough to know whether I am using H.323 or sip. Will try the suggestions.

Thanks

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