[plug] Is anyone using siproxyd with iinet's "iinetphone"?

W.Kenworthy billk at iinet.net.au
Wed Dec 21 10:18:20 WST 2005

There's no NAT on the aDSL modem - its an old d-link DSL300 (I think) -
everything ends up at the gentoo based gateway which runs lamp etc, as
well as NAT'ing the internal LAN.

I'm at the stage where I'm going to install X and a softphone on the
gateway, drop the firewall in favour of the SIP server at iinet so I can
get a working system and then work on it stage by stage.

This stuff seems simple on the surface, but its not once you get into


On Wed, 2005-12-21 at 09:06 +0800, Bernd Felsche wrote:
> William Kenworthy <billk at iinet.net.au> writes:
> >Is anyone using siproxd with iinet's "iinetphone"?  Iam having problems
> >trying to connect from behind an iptables firewall and want to check my
> >configuration:
> >grep -v\# /etc/siproxd.conf
> >________________________________
> >if_inbound  = eth1 #LAN
> >if_outbound = eth0 #ADSL modem
> erm... not that I know *anything* significant about SIP and proxying
> (as I'm going through similar pains, when time permits) but could it
> be that the NAT is being done on the ADSL modem?
> In that case you either need another siproxy on the modem, or
> perform NAT on your (firewall) system where the siproxy is
> running. That may require your to run the ppp on your firewall as
> well with your modem acting as a bridge.
> Let us know how you go with that.

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