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Sip trunk registering issue

Sip trunk registering issue

Sip trunk registering issue

Dear friends

I have sip trunk from telco with ip 10.x.x.x and my pbx has ip 192.x.x.x and client network 192.x.x.x also i am not able to register pbx with these different subnet when 10.x.x.x is telco network.when i change pbx ip to 10 series in 192 network sip trunk get registered.i tried using small wifi router to create different network.is i need to crate vlan on switch(2960) or i need to NAT public ip with 10.x.x.x and try to register with 192

RE: Sip trunk registering issue

What type of PBX ?
Can the PBX IP Card be changed to the 10 range with the clients using 192 range ?

RE: Sip trunk registering issue

Basic networking
If you are 192.x.x.x and your target is 10.x.x.x you need a router
If it doesn't work when you put a root in then your IP routes in your PBX are not there.

Joe W.

FHandw, ACSS (SME)

"This is the end of the world, make sure to buy your T-shirt before it is too late"
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RE: Sip trunk registering issue

I had done that but after this i am not able to ping 10.x.x.x in 192 network

RE: Sip trunk registering issue

On the router only, plug in your computer - get a 192 address.
Can you ping the 10 address from the computer ?

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