Hello everybody, I have some questions about Inter-domain Roaming. ________________________________ | | | [hidden email][hidden email] | |_______________________________| |_____________NAT_______________|Domain B | | |_____________P2________________| | | | __________|___________ | | | P1(S1) | | | | | | [hidden email] | |____________________| Domain A Here is my experiment environment(the picture above):there are two Domains A and B, C1、C2 belong to Domain A, C3 to Domain B, P1 and P2 are proxy server. C1 roams in Domain B and register to P1 through P2. then C2 want to make a telephone to C1, C1 and C3 have the private ip address and connect to P2 throught nat(port reserved) device. I want to ask how to write the correct config file to make the call? Because P2 dosen't have the C1 in its location table, when the Invite message come to P2, P2 dosen't know where to send the Invite message. if P1 send the Invite message to C1 directly, the nat device will block it.
> Hello everybody, I have some questions about Inter-domain Roaming.
> Here is my experiment environment(the picture above):there are two
> Domains A and B, C1、C2 belong to Domain A, C3 to Domain B, P1 and P2
> are proxy server. C1 roams in Domain B and register to P1 through P2.
> then C2 want to make a telephone to C1...
It doesn't matter where C1 is to be found, it will always be registered
to P1. P1 will be able to reach it, takes care of keepalives, NAT fixes
etc. Both P1 and P2 shall obviously record_route. Doing so C2 will
always be able to call C1 (using it's proxy P1).
If C3 wants to call C1 (belonging to a foreign domain) it shall use P2
as outbound proxy, P2 will look up C1's domain (eventually repecting
SRV records) and send the call to P1. As we learned before, P1 will
be able to contact C1.
There will be no SIP packets from peer to peer, if you allow that (and
don't record_route) you will be lost.