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  • #41614

    rockmanchile
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    Hi again.

    Im having a little problem with a VoIP based application.

    Here is the thing.

    I have a zeroshell machine with an ethernet and a wireless card working in AP mode.

    The DHCP of the AP gives 192.168.100.0/24 addresses, and the ethernet card have the 10.0.0.1 IP.

    Now this is the problem: I have a server that runs an aplication over the 5060 port (voip) . His IP is 10.0.0.3 and is perfectly viewed by all the wireless clients and the LAN users (192.168.100.0 and 10.0.0.0 networks) but at the moment of making a call, either client and server cant hear anything from each other.

    This happens only when the server works in a diferent segment that the clients. If i connect the server to the wireless network, along with the clients, the application works perfectly fine.

    I tried with port forwarding and iptables but nothing seem to work.

    Hope you can help.

    Best regards.

    Rockmanchile.

    #47980

    joe
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    did u allocate some rtp ports i usuall use 10000-21000 udp

    with sip 5060 is good for the call the ring but the actuall call conversation is done through rtp ports

    #47981

    rockmanchile
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    yeah, but its not an asterisk machine. in fact its not even e Linux machine, its a software used for language laboratories that send the audio via the 5060 port.

    The manufacturer says that the only required port is the 5060.

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