[App_rpt-users] connecting on private node number from an allstar node
doug at crompton.com
Fri Oct 31 21:32:17 EDT 2014
In extensions.conf -
exten => 1100,1,rpt,1100
The entry in rpt.conf would be -
1100 = radio at 127.0.0.1/1100,NONE
and in iax.conf -
The OTHER end of the connection would need an rpt.conf entry like -
1100 = radio at ip_address_of_1100:4570/1100,NONE
Note that the IP address above is the local IP address if on the same network or the public IP address if remote. In that case it would also have to be port forwarded in your router. If the node 1100 was connecting to was also private it would need to have an entry in it's nodes stanza of rpt.conf with the address and port information of the remote node.
From: petem001 at hotmail.com
To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2014 20:40:55 -0400
Subject: [App_rpt-users] connecting on private node number from an allstar node
Ok I amsure it has been discussed before.. but google is not my friend tonight..
So I got that private node at a fix ip on the net.the port it run on is 4570 (4569 was not available cause of an asterisk pbx on the smae network)
the node number is 1100
I know I have to add this to the node stanza in rpt.conf
1100 = radio at ipadressofthenode:4570/1100,NONE
But do I have to add something else somewhere?
I was under the impression I had to add something in extension.conf?
Thanks for the help
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