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6 days ago
Topic:
Does blox support H.323 ?

vikasiitb
vikasiitb
Posts: 2
bloxsupport1 wrote:
Blox supports only SIP



Does blox integrate with GNU Gatekeeper? If yes, Please let me know where I can find documentation regarding integration?
10 days ago
Topic:
Teams Direct Routing

bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
Posts: 228
You can find the documentation along with Freeblox gui tool download (archive)

https://www.allo.com/sbc.html
13 days ago
Topic:
Teams Direct Routing

bajangerry
bajangerry
Posts: 2
Hi Support,
Where can I find a step by step guide for this? I am having trouble locating the correct documentation. BTW, the Teams Direct Routing requires a valid certificate for the server interface, so whatever documentation I get need to include this.

Thanks,
Gerry
13 days ago
Topic:
Teams Direct Routing

bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
Posts: 228
Hello Gerry,

We havn't tried with Microsoft Team direct routing, It should go fine as per SIP RFC. Let us know if there any issues you were facing on integration ?

Regards,

Blox Support Team
23 days ago
Topic:
Teams Direct Routing

bajangerry
bajangerry
Posts: 2
Hello all,

I am wondering if anyone has tried to configure BLOX to work with Microsoft Team Direct Routing as yet? I currently have this working with the AnyNode SBC but it would be great if BLOX could also do this for us. Info on this is at the below link.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/direct-routing-configure

Hope someone else has already had interest in setting this up!

Gerry
24 days ago
Topic:
Freeblox UI install error

bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
Posts: 228
This is already explained in previous post



After installing freeblox assign manually IP address for blox, login to GUI, configure the interfaces via network settings. To detect the currently available network interface you can make use of the network refresh button (in dashboard). Once this setup is done, interface will be stable and controlled by Freeblox tool.refer:http://forum.blox.org/topic89-network-card-invisible.aspx
25 days ago
Topic:
Freeblox UI install error

hmmartinez
hmmartinez
Posts: 14
If we assign manually IP address to eth0 (ipconfig eth0 IP netmask NETMASK), we can access (but only from a server that is in the same network, because Gateway isn't configured (how would you configure the GW manually?).

Once inside Freeblox GUI, if we access "Network - Interfaces - Settings" we try "Create Network Interface Profile" but it gives us an error since no "Device ID" can be selected.






25 days ago
Topic:
Freeblox UI install error

hmmartinez
hmmartinez
Posts: 14
The installation of the rpm has been made from the console (and not from SSH). The image shows the entire installation process (from the VMware console).

On the other hand, the GUI web interface can not be accessed because the IP does not respond (neither to ping, nor to the browser, or anything).
25 days ago
Topic:
Freeblox UI install error

bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
Posts: 228
The reason for manually configured interface disappearing is freeblox tool clear and only configure according to what it founds in it configuration. since there is no configuration at initial time, the interface configuration getting removed.

run the freeblox install i.e "rpm -ivh freeblox-version.rpm" command in the console rather than running via ssh (remote), this will ensure the install script runs completely while re-configuring interfaces.

After installing freeblox assign manually IP address for blox, login to GUI, configure the interfaces via network settings. To detect the currently available network interface you can make use of the network refresh button (in dashboard). Once this setup is done, interface will be stable and controlled by Freeblox tool.
refer:
http://forum.blox.org/topic89-network-card-invisible.aspx
26 days ago
Topic:
Freeblox UI install error

hmmartinez
hmmartinez
Posts: 14
Hi,

We are having this samproblem that is discussed in this topic (error when installing the FreeBlox GUI). The steps we have taken are the following:
- We have installed "Blox-1.0.6-24-stable-x86_64.iso" in a virtualized environment with VMware ESXi vSphere 6.0.0:

- We have configured 2 network (eth0 and eth1) with the "setup" command:

- When the server is booted, the network ports appear dropped:

- We execute ifdown eth0/eth1 and ifup eth0/eth1 and they are up:

- When rebooting, the nics are still in the UNKNOWN state and we have to do the ifdown / ifup again and so they are up and can be accessed by SSH:

- We have copied the file "freeblox-1.0.6-24.x86_64.rpm" in the virtual machine using SSH.
- We have run "rpm -ivh freeblox-1.0.6-24.x86_64.rpm":