belgarath's comments are not relevant. If you have a combined VoIP
ATA-router then the VoIP ATA part will always sit on the WAN interface.
You can obviously REGISTER and make calls, so you must be connecting the
WAN port of your ATA to your local LAN..which is correct.
I assume your setup is something as follows
ATA/router[WAN] ------- [LAN1]Router[LAN2]----- Asterisk
That's would be a normal setup. You will not get the ATA router working
any other way.
Did you run through the check-list I made ? Any luck ?
I would suggest stopping shorewall during testing.
On 06/12/2010 16:40, Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 6 Dec 2010, at 11:20, belgarath wrote:
>>> Most likely (as in my case) the router only can really connect the phone
>> form the external interface (of the router) and trying to connecting
>> asterisk to the LAN interface and interact with the phones doesn't work
>> out of the box.
>> Yes, that's exactly the case with both the ATA devices. They will only make SIP registrations via their WAN ports and not via their LAN ports. In each case they are connecting to the asterisk server via their WAN ports.
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