Hi! I hope I’ve found the right home for this question.
We are going to be migrating from POTS to SIP provided by Spectrum (former Time Warner territory) for our connection to the outside world.
We are running Asterisk 13.17.0 (with the Cisco phone patch), and TWC doesn’t seem to have a configuration reference for Asterisk without using a GUI (e.g. Trixbox, etc.) and I haven’t had a ton of luck with support.
Spectrum has provided and installed their demarc as an InnoMedia Enterprise Session Border Controller 9378-4B. It’s sitting on our network at 10.2.1.241 and they’ve confirmed our Asterisk box at 10.2.0.2 is pingable from it, likewise, I can ping the ESBC from the box running Asterisk. I’ve been provided with the authentication username (the first number in the block of numbers we’ve been assigned) and password (a pseudo-random string)
I have register => (username/pilot number):(password)@10.2.1.241 in SIP.conf
I’ve tried every permutation of settings for SIP.conf I can think of (and then some) and the result is the same: When I try calling out, Wireshrk shows an INVITE to sip:(dialed number)@10.2.1.241 from Asterisk, a 100 Trying response followed almost immediately by a 401 Unauthorized back from the ESBC
When I try an inbound call to one of the new (native to Spectrum) numbers I get a “We’re sorry your call did not go through. Please try your call later” (prior to the installation it was the "The number you have dialed has been disconnected or is no longer in service, so I feel like things are moving in the right direction) but running wireshark on a mirrored port for the ESBC I don’t see the ESBC generate any traffic at all.
Thoughts? Ideas? Pointers? Anyone have a working config I can crib from?