[OpenSIPS-Users] Opensip as transaprent inbound proxy for asterisk

Stefano Pisani stefano.pisani at omnianet.it
Wed Oct 9 19:02:25 CEST 2013

opensips can add an header with the real IP
and asterisk can use that header to know the real IP

Il 09/10/2013 17.02, bluerain ha scritto:
> I've try to search on internet but not much info.  I currently have Asterisk
> server setup to have sip trunk with customers on a "peer" type.  This way,
> no registration need and that asterisk server will identify the inbound call
> base on "IP address" matching.  But now I would like to put OPENSIPS in
> front of asterisk server (so I can load balance).  But once I do that,
> asterisk loses the capability of getting the "original" source IP.  All the
> call from different customer now only have OPENSIPS server IP address.  $si
> is not ediable.  It seems asterisk server read source IP at a higher layer (
> I am no network guru so pardon my stupid language).
> Is this something I have to tackle at the OS level and not at OpenSIP leve?
> Opensips only manipulate sip message where as asterisk is reading the source
> IP at the network layer?
> Or is there something Opensips can do?  Or can someone point me to a
> software (prefer open source) that would make Debian a "transparent proxy"?
> I've search for that but mostly come up with 'SQUID' which is a transparent
> HTTP server, I don't think that is for sip protocol.
> Thank you!
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