The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an IETF-defined signaling protocol widely used for controlling communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet Protocol (IP). The protocol can be used for creating, modifying and terminating two-party (unicast) or multiparty (multicast) ...

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Asterisk SIP/2.0 401 Unauthorized

I'm running into a funny little issue with Asterisk 10.3, but it seems to be applicable to 10.4 as well. The server running Asterisk was relocated from a VPS to dedicated hardware, and now only 1 of ...
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How can I check whether port 5060 is open in centos?

How can I check whether port 5060 is open in centos? How can I test if my linux has real a real IP address and I set no iptables blocking rules or is there any tools which I can run in my linux so my ...
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What would cause SIP traffic to be seen going into a switch but not coming out?

Background I have been struggling to get my SIP phones to register behind a brand new router and switch in our brand new office. Our PBX is hosted offsite. I have worked with our provider to attempt ...
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asterisk peer with SIP provider through proxy

I'm trying to make a asterisk server connect to a SIP provider (which offers PSTN origination and termination). I've been reading the great Definitive Guide, but it doesn't seem to cover the case ...
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Asterisk 401 Unauthorized when trying to register sip clients

Trying to register a sip client to my asterisk server often (just about 90% of the times, not always, weirdly) results in 401 Unauthorized errors. This is the config for one of the extensions: [11] ...
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Inbound SIP calls through Cisco 881 NAT hang up after a few seconds

I've recently moved to a Cisco 881 router for my WAN link. I was previously using a Cisco Linksys WAG320N as my modem/router/WiFi AP/NAT firewall. The WAG320N is now running in bridged mode, so it's ...