Yes, I know…… write about Exchange 2003 now is very vintage….. but this is a problem I had to solve in these last days: configure Exchange 2003 & Mozilla Thunderbird in order to convince them to talk to each other. It isn’t very difficult: in the next all the images/notes.
To start you have to verify the SMTP Virtual Server in Exchange configuration.
This post is intended to provide some basic guidance in configuring Skype Connect SIP Channels with Asterisk/Freepbx using SIP Trunk.
-- General Settings --
Outbound Caller ID: 99051000xxxxxx <Skype Connect registration ID>
Maximum Channels: 1 <The number of channels you purchased from Skype>
Dialed Number Manipulation Rules
(0039) + <prefix = NULL> | 0Z.
(0039) + <prefix = NULL> | 3Z.
-- Outgoing Settings --
Trunk Name: SkypeConnect <This can be whatever you want>
username=99051000xxxxxx ; This is your Skype Connect registration ID
secret=xxxxxxxx ; This is your Skype Connect registration password
fromuser=99051000xxxxxx ; This is your Skype Connect registration ID
-- Registration --
Registration String: 99051000xxxxxx:<password>@sip.skype.com/99051000xxxxxx
I want to tell a very strange issue occoured some weeks ago using pbx Asterisk 1.8, an router/firewall Sonicwall TZ 100 and a famous Voip ISP.
The system has always worked fine until a couple of weeks ago (pls see in linkografia for config used in Sonicwall TZ100).
Without any warning one day calls began to be randomly “one way”: the caller can hear but the called cannot. Briefly here is what we have verified togheter with the Voip ISP customer care.
This is the pinout to connect the ISDN/BRI plug from Cisco 2901 to Patton SmartNode 2 x ISDN/BRI.
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Tagged Patton, Voip