Sorry, both the NB6 & RTA1046VW have their own ADSL connections to Exetel... 8mbit each. Where I mentioned "Exetel" I mean the Exetel VoIP server. My RTA1046VW's SIP client connects to my own Asterisk via ethernet, rather than directly to Exetel. My work connects to my Asterisk at my home over ADSL.bilal wrote:You've lost me there with the NB6 and the way Asterisk sits in the middle (interfaces? where does the RTA's VoIP come in? etc. Nevermind.).
I'm going to not reboot my modem and try to get a useful packet capture - Jason is apparently skilled at reading them. tcpdump is my friend. I'm predicting it'll happen in 1-2 weeks time
In regards to add123's post... NB6 + V210P works fine. RTA1046VW + Grandstream HT488 works fine. One of my clients who reported the "one way audio on outbound calls" fault with their RTA1046VW also has a V210P which has always worked flawless. I find it hard to believe the V210P has the same issue, or that its something to do with the RTA1046VWs NAT - my own experience says otherwise. Sure, it isn't needed - but it will resolve the issues by supplementing the problem device with a completely different unit. I strongly advise you plug in your V210P if you have one on hand - I'm very confident it'll resolve the issue.