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3cx Bridging Issue

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by Ryandc, Jun 5, 2008.

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  1. Ryandc

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    I have two 3cx boxes set up. One has two NICS, one of which is a subnetted card (192.168.0.12) and the other which has a public IP (64.50.120.xx). The other server is on a public IP, 82.165.77.xxx

    I'm attempting to bridge the two. Here's what occurs when I use a non-tunneled slave connection from the 82.165.77.xxx box:
    10:38:36.770 DeviceRecord::DeviceRecord [CM305004]: Failed to find a transport to host 64.50.120.xx
    10:38:36.708 DBA [CM501003]: Connected: Database
    10:38:36.676 CallMgr::findLocalIPs [CM501006]: Default Local IP address: [82.165.177.xx

    And here's what occurs when I attempt to use a tunneled connection:
    1:13:54.333 LineCfg::invoke [CM504012]: Tunnel is connected, performing Bridge registration
    11:13:00.145 LineCfg::invoke [CM504012]: Tunnel is connected, performing Bridge registration
    11:12:59.739 LineCfg::connectTunnel [CM504011]: Line:20001: connecting tunnel: remote=sip:64.50.120.xx:5090; local=sip:3CXTunnel@localhost:5080

    Both boxes are using the latest build, 5.1.4510
    In neither case do the bridges succeed in registering.
    Any ideas?
     
  2. Ryandc

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    Any takers? I had bridging working in the 5.0 versions. Would love to know why it's not working here.
    -Ryan
     
  3. nitup

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    Does both ends have 3cx tunnel up and running?
     
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