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Total Access 908 : Voice Trunk Type SIP : SIP Server w/ outbound proxy

voice trunk T02 type sip

  description "SIP Trunk 2 to Broadsoft through SBC"

  sip-server primary sbc.example.com

  registrar primary sbc.example.com

  registrar threshold absolute 30

  registrar max-concurrent-reg 1

  outbound-proxy primary 192.168.0.20

  domain "sbc.example.com"

  register 5161234567 auth-name "5161234567" password encrypted XXXXXXXXX

Here is my sample configuration (edits for company sensitive information).

What I have observed during my debugging is that there is some logic that attempts to resolve the SIP-SERVER PRIMARY hostname. And in my scenario the hostname is not resolvable which is common from time to time. How can I disable that logic and have the unit just utilize the outbound proxy for all it's signaling.

Here is the error i see in the voice verbose debug output:

adtran ERROR! Could not resolve SIP server after resolving outbound-proxy

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Re: Total Access 908 : Voice Trunk Type SIP : SIP Server w/ outbound proxy

You can add a static hostname as follows in global config mode:

host sbc.example.com <IP address>

Example:

host sbc.example.com 192.168.1.254

One caution: In many redundancy scenarios, a special DNS entry called an "SRV record" is used to resolve names used for specific services such as SIP. This entry is more than a hostname to IP mapping. It provides for failover and load balancing. If in your case "sbc.example.com" resolves to a single IP then this won't be an issue.

The ideal situation would be to fix whatever is broken with DNS.

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