Hi all, we have a setup with a router hooked up into a switch, which all the clients are connected to, into the same switch we have a gateway (zeroshell) hooked up, all traffic regarding SIP/VOIP should use this gateway because it’s hooked up to a internet connection just for voip. All clients/router and gateway are on the same network 192.168.1.0/24
We use software based sip phones on the clients, where we have to specify the SIP_Server + Outbound_Proxy – if we specify the real servers here, all traffic goes out through the standard router, which we don’t want. So is it possible to specify the LAN IP of the gateway, then setup a service on same gateway – that catches the traffic and forwards it to the real servers through the secondary internet?
It can act as SIP (RFC 3261) registrar, proxy or redirect server. SER can be configured to serve specialized purposes such as load balancing or SIP, an initial simple set of metrics for evaluating and benchmarking the performance of SIP proxy, redirect and registrar servers. The benchmark SIPstone-A