Kamailio as a pass-through proxy

In the scope of the xlab1 project, a Kamailio server is built to work as a pass-through SIP proxy: it forwards all SIP messages, including REGISTER, and also passes all RTP traffic through Rtpproxy. This allows to use only a minimal set of public IP addresses, while having unlimited room for back-end servers.

I placed relevant files on Github for public use:

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  1. #1 by Kevin Farrell-Pelletier on March 8, 2016 - 7:48 pm

    Hi,

    Is there any way to get in contact with you? I am attempting a similar setup and would appreciate any sort of guidance or help as I am stuck at the moment.

    Thank you for your time.

    Kevin.

  2. #3 by El Ray on October 7, 2016 - 10:17 pm

    Can this be used for the following NAT traversal scenario?

    sip client on internet — sip proxy server on internet (kamailio sipfe?) — dynamicDNS/dynamic IP:NAT — asterisk server

    where the asterisk server is also connected to an ITSP sip trunk.

    • #4 by txlab on October 7, 2016 - 10:53 pm

      I think it’s possible, but you need to check if your Asterisk supports the Path headers. For quite a long time, they were not supported, and there were add-on patches for it. Probably it made into the main distro. FreeSWITCH supports Path headers out of the box.

    • #5 by txlab on October 7, 2016 - 10:54 pm

      But I would install FreeSWITCH as a gateway instead of kamailio.

  3. #6 by El Ray on October 20, 2016 - 1:45 am

    Thanks…will look into FreeSWITCH.

  4. #7 by Matt on December 15, 2016 - 5:14 am

    Hello, I just had a question and thought maybe you could answer it. I run 3CX servers on the internet, no NAT. They run a public IP address. The users have their phones setup to connect to the phone system using STUN, behind a router. Sometimes due to their network setup, their phones become unregistered. Either I can restart the phone system or they can restart their phone and it will work fine for a while. When everything is connected, it works great, I just need to stop the phones from dropping registration from NAT issues. Should I run a separate gateway, SBC, proxy or registration server to keep the phones from dropping? I would want to run it on the internet, not the customer premise. If so, what vendor? FreeSWITCH, Kamailio or another? Thank you for all your help!

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