[OpenSIPS-Users] New MediaProxy release 2.6.0
symack at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 17:44:12 CET 2014
>> TLDR: yes, that should work.
Should I stop doing jumping jacks? Saul being the idiot savant that I
am when it comes to
"grey areas". Let's just assume for one sec that the IP address where
I have OpenSIPS + MediaProxy installed is 192.168.2.76 (No, not IANA
public IP), my own private IP.
And let's also say my public IP address is 184.108.40.206. Furthermore,
all packets within 8000-65535 UDP range that are sent to 220.127.116.11
from the outside world get sent to my private IP address 192.168.2.76
(ie, 1to1, nat, port forwarding, call it what you want).
Will we have parameters using OpenSIPS + MediaProxy to shape the SDP
payload to specify the public IP addresses for packets going out to
WAN, and private ip addresses to LAN as we do with OpenSIPS and
If so, I need to see it to believe it. Can you please post, or direct
us to migration installation config, parameter setting documentation
kindly. Pretty please :)
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