Guys, any experience, like mine in escalating proxied calls,
in meaning that while passing extensive traffic, and amount
of calls more than 20-30 CPS - we can see more calls
registered in transit proxy (say yate) than on the
On 19 August 2006 11:48, AmberVoIP wrote:
> i guess, it can, at least with asterisk & canreinvite=no
> (no proxy media path) it tested and work (sip <--> iax2)
> On Fri, 18 Aug 2006 21:16:39 +0000
> "Asterisk guy" wrote:
> > Can yate ( pre4) works as a IAX2 to h323 proxy ? how to
> > configure Yate for this ?
> > send calls from Asterisk-----(iax2)------> yate
> > (0.9pre4)-------->h323 termination.
> > the calls shows failed on Asterisk ( ----
> > chan_iax2.c:6973 socket_read: Call rejected by
> > 126.96.36.199: No route to call target )
> > 188.8.131.52 is a Yate (0.9 pre4) running.
> > Mario