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mgoegel
mgoegel
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8/18/2017
mgoegel
mgoegel
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Hello,

i can't make outbound calls due to a not understood(?) URI argument.

Could you help me with that?

Regards
Mario
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mgoegel
mgoegel
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8/18/2017
mgoegel
mgoegel
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It's the INVITE request, where a "user=phone" is added.
I'm unable to post it here, as the forum every time rejects with an error message, when I try to post it.

Regards
Mario
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bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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8/20/2017
bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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Can you please let us the know the version of blox you are using and also please send us your deployment scenario ,Please send us the output of the following command,
$ rpm -qa | grep blox
$ ps ax | grep blox
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mgoegel
mgoegel
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8/21/2017
mgoegel
mgoegel
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Hi,

I downloaded the latest version last week and reinstalled from scratch.

Output is:
[root@sbc ~]# rpm -qa | grep blox
blox_opensips-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_ministun_client-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_security-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox-rpm-keys-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_rtppinhole-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_core-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_rtpengine-1.0.4-8.x86_64
freeblox-1.0.4-8.x86_64
[root@sbc ~]# ps ax | grep blox
1581 ? S 0:39 /usr/sbin/freeblox -f /etc/freeblox/lighttpd.conf
1583 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/bin/php-cgi -c /etc/php.ini.freeblox
12598 ? S 0:02 /usr/bin/php-cgi -c /etc/php.ini.freeblox
15349 ? Ss 0:15 /usr/local/bin/snort -R eth0 -D -Q -N -k none -q -c /var/etc/blox/etc/dpi.conf
62700 pts/3 S+ 0:00 grep blox


I have 1 WAN and 1 LAN interface.
I created one WAN SIP profile, a LAN profile and attached them to a SIP trunk.

Inbound calls will be routed to my PBX, so this part is fine. It's just about the outbound calls, which won't be assigned to the SIP trunk domain (I believe), as my PBX sends appends the request URI (and "To" destination URI) with an "user=phone" parameter.
It looks like, this will blox not find it's destination domain.

Regards
Mario
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bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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8/22/2017
bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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Please send us the packet capture.
To take capture, login into the GUI and goto the tools-->Diagnostics-->Packet Capture
Select the Interface as ANY and give the Internal and external ports used, select the timeout for some 90 sec and click on RUN. then download it and send the file to support@blox.org

mgoegel wrote:
Hi,

I downloaded the latest version last week and reinstalled from scratch.

Output is:
[root@sbc ~]# rpm -qa | grep blox
blox_opensips-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_ministun_client-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_security-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox-rpm-keys-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_rtppinhole-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_core-1.0.4-8.x86_64
blox_rtpengine-1.0.4-8.x86_64
freeblox-1.0.4-8.x86_64
[root@sbc ~]# ps ax | grep blox
1581 ? S 0:39 /usr/sbin/freeblox -f /etc/freeblox/lighttpd.conf
1583 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/bin/php-cgi -c /etc/php.ini.freeblox
12598 ? S 0:02 /usr/bin/php-cgi -c /etc/php.ini.freeblox
15349 ? Ss 0:15 /usr/local/bin/snort -R eth0 -D -Q -N -k none -q -c /var/etc/blox/etc/dpi.conf
62700 pts/3 S+ 0:00 grep blox


I have 1 WAN and 1 LAN interface.
I created one WAN SIP profile, a LAN profile and attached them to a SIP trunk.

Inbound calls will be routed to my PBX, so this part is fine. It's just about the outbound calls, which won't be assigned to the SIP trunk domain (I believe), as my PBX sends appends the request URI (and "To" destination URI) with an "user=phone" parameter.
It looks like, this will blox not find it's destination domain.

Regards
Mario
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