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tcarvalho
tcarvalho
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1/26/2017
tcarvalho
tcarvalho
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Hi guys,

I'm new to Blox, which looks very promising, and I'm trying to understand how to configure a SBC in the following structure:

IPPBX(Asterisk) ==> SBC(Blox) ==> P-CSCF(OpenIMS)

So far SIP messages from the PBX reach the SBC but I'm having some trouble configuring the SBC to route them to the CSCF.

Upon receiving an INVITE request the routing scripts identify this call as: "BLOX_DBG: blox.cfg: Got Profile info from cache WAN:sip:..."
but it is dropped further ahead: "BLOX_DBG::: blox-invite.cfg: Dropping SIP Method INVITE received from sip:..."

I'm wondering if the following condition must be true to go on in blox-invite.cfg: " if($avp(PBX)) {" which clearly is not.

Is there any configuration example for scenarios like this?

Thanks in advance.

Tiago
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varadhan
varadhan
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1/26/2017
varadhan
varadhan
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What is the version you are using ?
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tcarvalho
tcarvalho
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1/27/2017
tcarvalho
tcarvalho
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Firmware version : FreeBlox 1.0.0.00 44
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varadhan
varadhan
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1/27/2017
varadhan
varadhan
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Can you send the config backup to support@blox.org
Along with the screen shot of system -> package upgrade page

To take config backup: login to freeblox
tool -> administration -> config backup
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tcarvalho
tcarvalho
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1/27/2017
tcarvalho
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bloxsupport1
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2/1/2017
bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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Hello Tiago,
Can you please tell us the version of blox packages installed in your system
You can get the information by running the below command in the console

" rpm -qa | grep blox"

Thanks & Regards
Blox Support Team


tcarvalho wrote:
Hi guys,

I'm new to Blox, which looks very promising, and I'm trying to understand how to configure a SBC in the following structure:

IPPBX(Asterisk) ==> SBC(Blox) ==> P-CSCF(OpenIMS)

So far SIP messages from the PBX reach the SBC but I'm having some trouble configuring the SBC to route them to the CSCF.

Upon receiving an INVITE request the routing scripts identify this call as: "BLOX_DBG: blox.cfg: Got Profile info from cache WAN:sip:..."
but it is dropped further ahead: "BLOX_DBG::: blox-invite.cfg: Dropping SIP Method INVITE received from sip:..."

I'm wondering if the following condition must be true to go on in blox-invite.cfg: " if($avp(PBX)) {" which clearly is not.

Is there any configuration example for scenarios like this?

Thanks in advance.

Tiago
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bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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2/1/2017
bloxsupport1
bloxsupport1
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bloxsupport1 wrote:
Hello Tiago,
Can you please tell us the version of blox packages installed in your system
You can get the information by running the below command in the console

" rpm -qa | grep blox"

We had verified the configuration backup you had sent to us, the configuration you had done is incomplete.
You have created only sip profiles in the blox,you need to configure roaming user configuration also using the sip profiles created and then try to make calls, please refer the user manual and configuration guide in the website for reference

You can also contact us through skype at "blox.support" for online support.

Thanks & Regards
Blox Support Team


tcarvalho wrote:
Hi guys,

I'm new to Blox, which looks very promising, and I'm trying to understand how to configure a SBC in the following structure:

IPPBX(Asterisk) ==> SBC(Blox) ==> P-CSCF(OpenIMS)

So far SIP messages from the PBX reach the SBC but I'm having some trouble configuring the SBC to route them to the CSCF.

Upon receiving an INVITE request the routing scripts identify this call as: "BLOX_DBG: blox.cfg: Got Profile info from cache WAN:sip:..."
but it is dropped further ahead: "BLOX_DBG::: blox-invite.cfg: Dropping SIP Method INVITE received from sip:..."

I'm wondering if the following condition must be true to go on in blox-invite.cfg: " if($avp(PBX)) {" which clearly is not.

Is there any configuration example for scenarios like this?

Thanks in advance.

Tiago
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