IAX was chosen as the default network protocol because of the many issues with SIP, routers, and ( later ) the many attempts at break-ins.
As an aside, didn't the manufacture of the Yugo die with the death of Yugoslavia? Most of the Yugo's shortly thereafter? If anyone has one now it may be close to the value of a Delorian
No replies necessary or even desired. John Novack Carlos Alvarez wrote:
On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 6:14 PM, Alejandro Imass<ait@xxxxxxxx> wrote:Please expand as to how you set-up a SIP ATA behind a common home router set-up, without port redirection and/or use of a SIP proxy and/or STUN server? Unless the ATA has some sort of magic (e.g. VPN support) it _cannot_ be done.Go buy a WRT-54G or nearly any consumer-class router and just plug in a SIP device. Done. It works. We *never* work on customer routers and very rarely have to tell them to reconfigure their router at all. My own home configuration is an Airport Extreme with zero configuration. So either these are very old routers you're having a problem with, or buggy SIP devices, or something else.You should care.Hmm, let me check the reading... http://i1-win.softpedia-static.com/screenshots/Care-Meter_1.pngdon't drive a Yugo but if I did I could easily be offended by the pejorative use of the brand.It's a piece of junk and everyone knows it, including the owners, so who cares?
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