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  1. gdixon

    DTMF Relay

    Hi, Just wondering if anyone has ever been able to relay the DTMF tones using rfc2833? We have a scenario where calls come in through an internal SIP trunk from a skype for business mediation server. The calls are relayed out through our external PSTN SIP trunk. Call connects and works however DTMF tones when pressed on our skype for business enterprise voice client does not relay through the PSTN SIP trunk. The Swyx server receives the DTMF tones from the skype for business mediation server but does not forward them to the outbound leg of the call. Cheers
  2. gdixon

    DTMF Relay

    Hi, Just wondering if anyone has ever been able to relay the DTMF tones using rfc2833? We have a scenario where calls come in through an internal SIP trunk from a skype for business mediation server. The calls are relayed out through our external PSTN SIP trunk. Call connects and works however DTMF tones when pressed on our skype for business enterprise voice client does not relay through the PSTN SIP trunk. The Swyx server receives the DTMF tones from the skype for business mediation server but does not forward them to the outbound leg of the call. Cheers
  3. Hallo Zusammen, ich hoffe ihr könnt mir mal wieder weiter helfen. Ich habe auf einer Swyx 2015 R2 einen SIP Trunk zu MNet eingerichtet. Dieser registriert sich einwandfrei. Der Nummernblock geht von +49891234560 bis +4989123456099 Mein Testuser mit der internen Nummer 802 hat die Rufnummer +4989123456080 bekommen. Mit diesem kann ich raus telefonieren inkl. Rufnummernanzeige. Alles bueno. Leider kann er nicht angerufen werden! Habe mit Wireshark auf dem SwyxServer mitgelauscht: es kommt ein 404 Not Found Laut Swyx Doku muss bei MNet ein SPI-URI gesetzt werden. Diesen habe ich mit sip:+49891234560*@* eingetragen In der Trunk-Gruppe ist bei den Weiterleitungseinträgen ein Eintrag mit Prio 500 - Zulassen - +* gesetzt. Die Rechte stehen auf "keine Rufbeschränkung" Nummernformatierung für ausgehende Rufe: Anrufernummer Kanonisch mit + Zielrufnummer National Konvertierung für ankommende Rufe bei unbek. Rufnummerntyp: Anrufernummer: National Zielrufnummer: Kanonisch mit + Mnet kann mir auch nicht mehr weiter helfen. Sie sagen die Einstellungen sind korrekt. Ich sag schon mal fett: DANKE !
  4. Hi All, I have a Gamma SIP Trunk configured on a 2011R2 SwyxServer (yes I know it needs upgrading and it will be soon as part of a further project) and can make outbound calls just fine but inbound are rejected by Swyx. Wireshark shows the SIP Invite coming in but then being rejected with a 404 Not Found. I see these messages appearing in the IpPbxSrv logs: SwSIPRegistrar::GetBindngByUserId () Search for binding by User ID '+447811123456' and IP address {Gamma Signalling IP} port 5060 SwSIPRegistrar::GetBindngByUserId () Could not find binding with user ID '+447811123456' and IP address {Gamma Signalling IP} port 5060 in list of bindings SwSIPEndpoint::GetDevice () Binding not found via UserId/IP:Port, trying via AOR: +447811123456@{Gamma Signalling IP} SwSIPRegistr::GetAllBindingsByAOR () Found 0 binding(s) with AOR '+447811123456@{Gamma Signalling IP}' SwSIPEndpoint::GetDevice () Found 0 bindings for AOR +447811123456@{Gamma Signalling IP Address} search correct one via IP Ip:{Gamma Signalling IP}:5060:false It looks to me as though the call is actually trying to log into Swyx as a user initially but I'm probably wrong. I'm also seeing a strange mix of Gamma, Customers Public IP and Internal IP Addresses in the SIP Invite but again, I could be barking up the wrong tree. The SwyxServer is sitting behind a firewall which is doing a 1-to-1 NAT of the Customers Public IP Address to the SwyxServer and also only allowing traffic from the Gamma Signalling Address on UDP 5060 to the Internal Swyx IP and a larger UDP range for the RTP on the Media IP Address. I spoke to the Firewall support person and they have confirmed that SIP ALG is turned on but I don't want to have this turned off in hours as the customer has another SIP Trunk that is currently in use. Any ideas anyone? Many thanks, Gwyn.
  5. Dear Swyx, I act on behalf of my boss who is planning a larger IT investment, but needs some background information. So far, we used an open-source free PBX, but after we've recognised its deficiencies, we decided to buy a commercial product. To tell the truth, we hesitate between some products, and we need some confirmations related to the concerned PBXs. One of them is Swyx. So our questions/conditions/needs are as follows: The PBX needs to be an IP PBX. Basic PBX features that we need: conferencing, video calling, voicemail, call queuing, IVR. The type of all the desktop phone we use is Grandstream GXP 2000. The PBX should be compatible with this device. We have a special corporate VoIP SIP phone ("softphone") developed by Ozeki's third party SDK. I am confident that we will continue to use this SDK, so the PBX should be compatible with this software. And the last one: we would like to use Android smartphones as the part of our telephone system, so the PBX should support mobile extensions. Please indicate if there is a solution that fulfills the above requirements. If so, please suggest me the proper product/service here or send me an e-mail to hill.donnaelizabeth@gmail.com. I wanted to post this message here intentionally, because any further personal comments/experiences coming from the community would be appreciated. Best regards, Donna E. Hill hill.donnaelizabeth@gmail.com
  6. Schönen guten Abend zusammen, ich möchte auf einer Patton 4638 in Verbindung mit einer SwyxWare 2015 R2 zwei interne S0 Trunks konfigurieren. Einen Trunk für Tobit Fax, den anderen für Testzwecke. Leitungslizenzen sind ausreichend vorhanden. Die ersten 3 BRI Anschlüsse der Patton nutze ich für die NTBAs, die letzten zwei sollen für die S0 Anschlüsse herhalten. Leider finde ich auch nach viel Suchen und Probieren die Lösung nicht. Hat das so schon jemand umgesetzt und kann mich hier unterstützen? Ist die Theorie so richtig? -> Für jeden internen S0 einen eigenen Trunk mit eigener SIP Anmeldung auf der Patton konfigurieren, diese dann in der Swyx Adminstration eintragen. Danke vorab!