"ContactUri" usually, content of Contact field

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  1. Andy Schmidt

    Andy Schmidt New Member

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    Hi,

    when configuring a generic trunk, one of the "outbound parameter" options is the "Contact: Host" part.

    The DEFAULT value for the pull down is:

    "ContactUri" usually, content of Contact field

    When I place a call through that trunk, the provider receives the following contact header:

    Contact: <sip:myauthid@0.0.0.0>

    So, why is the "ContactUri" = 0.0.0.0? Where is that "Contact field" where it's taking that "0.0.0.0" from?

    When I change the drop down to OutHostPort - THEN it includes the correct external IP address of my 3CX server.

    (PS: The VOIP provider said it should NOT be 0.0.0.0: "This means that your system will never receive non-reply messages back from our proxy (such as BYE, or additional progress indication). This should be a valid IP address coming from your system.")
     
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    Hi,

    when configuring a generic trunk, one of the "outbound parameter" options is the "Contact: Host" part.

    The DEFAULT value for the pull down is:

    "ContactUri" usually, content of Contact field

    When I place a call through that trunk, the provider receives the following contact header:

    Contact: <sip:myauthid@0.0.0.0>

    So, why is the "ContactUri" = 0.0.0.0? Where is that "Contact field" where it's taking that "0.0.0.0" from?

    When I change the drop down to OutHostPort - THEN it includes the correct external IP address of my 3CX server.

    (PS: The VOIP provider said it should NOT be 0.0.0.0: "This means that your system will never receive non-reply messages back from our proxy (such as BYE, or additional progress indication). This should be a valid IP address coming from your system.")
     
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