I’ve just setup an asterisk server (my first), and after a few days of struggle trying to work out all the functions, going through tutorials, and trying to take shortcuts using the gui, I think I’ve finally got my SIP’s registered. That said, I apologise if this has been covered somewhere else, but I’ve done searches but to be honest I’m not sure exactly what to search for.
What I’m trying to do is provide a connection from my Netcomm V100 to my VoIP provider KMoo, who appears to be using some odd VoIP equipment. The problem with directly connecting my ata with KMoo is I can make calls, but not recieve, and apparently my ata is incompatible with their stuff. So my plan here is to use an asterisk server to “bridge” the two if possible.
So far so good, the Netcomm ata registers with asterisk, and asterisk registers with KMoo (I think). Now my problem lies in setting up the extensions.conf file simply so when I dial a number it routs the call through KMoo, and when I recieve a call its routed to the phone (using the Netcomm ata).
What happens currently is I dial on the phone and it comes back with a hangup (not unexpected, as problem is in the dial function), and when I call the phone it says its not available (out of range or switched off).
My setup is as follows:
exten => s,1,Dial(SIP/home,25,r)
exten => s,1,Dial(SIP/kmoo,25,r)
exten => s,2,Hangup
context = kmoo-out
context = kmoo-in
context = from-user
Any ideas on how I can pull this off?
I figure if I’ll try pulling this off before venturing too much further as this is all I need for the moment…