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 From :  "Raymond Chen" <rchen@b...>
 Subject :  h323 to SIP conversion
 Date :  Wed, 5 Oct 2005 16:21:01 +0800
 

Dear all, 

 

I had the same problem as Fernando
  Herrera from the mailing list. 

 

- The call enters the H.323 side
- If the h323chan.conf has the "called=1111" statement, the ougoing call
tries to match the 1111 pattern in the regexroute, despite the original
Called Number.
- If the h323chan.conf does not have the "called=...." statement, the call
does not proceed showing the following error message:
 No called number present!

 

Here is my configuration , other parameters are according to h323-sip proxy
configuration

 

H323chan.conf

 

[incoming]

context=default

;maxqueue=5

called=987987987

 

regexroute.conf

 

${rtp_forward}possible=;rtp_forward=yes

${formats}^\([^,]*\)=;formats=

;^00.*=h323/@6...

.*=sip/sip:@6...

 

Regards

 

Raymond

 




 

Dear all,

 

I had the same problem as Fernando Herrera from the mailing list.

 

- The call enters the H.323 side
- If the h323chan.conf has the "called=1111" statement, the ougoing call
tries to match the 1111 pattern in the regexroute, despite the original
Called Number.
- If the h323chan.conf does not have the "called=...." statement, the call
does not proceed showing the following error message:
 No called number present!

 

Here is my configuration , other parameters are according to h323-sip proxy configuration

 

H323chan.conf

 

[incoming]

context=default

;maxqueue=5

called=987987987

 

regexroute.conf

 

${rtp_forward}possible=;rtp_forward=yes

${formats}^\([^,]*\)=;formats=

;^00.*=h323/@6...

.*=sip/sip:@6...

 

Regards

 

Raymond