Summary:ASTERISK-01864: No audio with different IPs for audio & signalling endpoints
Reporter:Konstantin Prokazoff (oryx)Labels:
Date Opened:2004-06-22 02:47:32Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:10:08
Versions:Frequency of
Description:2.4.18-5, gcc 2.96.
Working with Avaya (previously AT&T, Lucent) DEFINITY G3 PBX, IP-enabled, H.323 v2 compliant. But we have 2 different IP's for signalling and voice.
No audio passed. Still using CVS from 19 May 2004, here all works fine.
Comments:By: hristo (hristo) 2004-06-22 11:56:41

I have gateway that also uses 2 different IPs for signaling and audio. Looks like I have this same problem, because the audio stopped working at some point during May. Is this related to bug ASTERISK-1681714 somehow?

By: Konstantin Prokazoff (oryx) 2004-06-22 12:32:08

No, I think this are different questions.
I haven't use Asterisk as transit PBX.
I use point-point termination, and have closure of receiving channel before connection established, seems like.
Maybe it w'll be interested, I'll post debug/trace info later.

By: Brian West (bkw918) 2004-06-23 14:13:37

This is something that has been covered more than once.. Cisco Call Manager does the same thing.  Its not going to be fixed unless someone funds it.


By: Konstantin Prokazoff (oryx) 2004-06-26 05:48:43

Sorry for prev. message, in ast_h323.cpp MyH323EndPoint::CreateConnection, I have set to: options |= H323Connection::FastStartOptionDisable. Thanx Jer & casey. So, can you provide in h323.conf as for user & peer types, also flag for alias, like noFastStart=yes. This w'be great! DEFINITY G3 PBX can't work in FastStart normally, and I can't enable it. ;)

By: Brian West (bkw918) 2004-07-16 10:56:30

Cleaning house.. if you want this still please respond.