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sip trunk to opensips

Anonymous
2010-08-11
2013-05-16

  • Anonymous
    2010-08-11

    Hi, I need redirect the incoming sip traffic from a softswitch, my question is how I register this sip trunk in opensips??.. Actually I have it registered in asterisk thus:

    type=friend
    silencesupp=hide
    qualify=yes
    nat=no
    insecure=port,invite
    host=ip-softswitch
    dtmfmode=inband
    disallow=all
    canreinvite=no
    allow=ulaw
    allow=alaw
    context=default
    language=es

    But I need implement load balancing to asterisk server.
    My actual scenario:    softswitch ------>asterisk
    My future scenario:     softswitch ------>opensips------->asterisk

    Thanks in advance

     
  • slowmotion85
    slowmotion85
    2010-08-13

    i recommend this article, i think it contains useful information that you might need. i will also be working on load balancing next week, so maybe we can help each other out
    take care
    http://www.opensips.org/index.php?n=Resources.DocsTutLoadbalancing

     
  • michaels
    michaels
    2012-10-30

    I'm going to bump this, even though it's older.

    I also need a set up similar to this, and there hasn't been a straight forward explanation about how without explaining the why who and whatfors. 

    I need assistance setting up a sip trunk in the manner that was mentioned above, and help in this matter would be very welcome. 

     
  • Steve Jones
    Steve Jones
    2013-04-26

    And..  Me too..

    My need is actually just to have a SIP proxy/gateway in between a SIP over UDP provider on the Internet, providing trunks for an internal MS Lync installation, which uses SIP over TCP…  I'm not even sure I need the complications of OpenSIPS, and may go try it out on Asterisk, but any comments/recommendations are welcome.  I followed the wonderful web "Getting Started" tutorial at http://www.opensips.org/Resources/GettingStartedTut  which walked me through an install..  Unfortunately, the tutorial was based on 1.8 and I downloaded 1.9, and now I can't get OpenSIPS to start because of a "module 'httpd.so' not found" error..

    I'd hate to go back to 1.8 and then have trouble upgrading to 1.9, but I can't find anywhere how to find/install this httpd.so file.. 

    Can anyone point me in the right direction, or tell me I'd be better off with Asterisk?

     
  • thangdh
    thangdh
    2013-05-16

    Hello everybody,

    I have the same scenarior as Anonymos:
    Asterisk1 ------> Opensips -------> Asterisk2
    1000 is registered on Asterisk1. 1000 calls 1900 on Asterisk2 through OpenSips

    But i don't know how to send INVITE request from Asterisk1 to Opensips and the Opensips route INVITE request to Asterisk2

    Please give me some advices,

    Thanks and Brs,