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sea
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Zitat:
Originally posted by zap
Receiving Trunk Outage emails.
Tried re-starting.....
Has Google blocked access?

Don't know but Obihai website and Obitalk forum is down.

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Looks like Google blocked access to their SIP service now.

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Originally posted by i-p
Looks like Google blocked access to their SIP service now.

Blocked access temporarily? Blocked access for pbxes only or for obitalk also?

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I just confirmed that my OBiTalk device service is up and fully operational. Could it be that Google blocked SIP access from unofficially sanctioned applications/vendors?

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No, the main OBITALK.COM site is also down,
preventing new 200/202 configurations.
Only pre-configured service works.

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Probably permanent after 8 years of open interfaces to Google Voice. We just found this:

https://www.dslreports.com/forum/r320169...sion~start=1174

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I can no longer add a GV trunk on the SIP trunk add interface even though it worked well up until a few days ago, is GV down forever here now?

Edit: Oh did they block us because we are lowkey violating google's terms of service by using the obihai sip connection thing

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the create button is gone: after deleting GV trunk there is no way to create a new one - it seems that GV is gone for now

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Is PBXes going to work on bringing it back? Why is the GV SIP trunk add interface create button gone?

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pbxes used Obihai to crash the party and this way provided free access to GV. Google blocked this and I guess that Obihai or google asked pbxes also to stop and now the created GV button is gone. I doubt this wonderful service is coming back unless pbxes negociates some deal with google. I have an Obihai box on order and I am going to try to make GV work through this.

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Can I set up a Obihai GV SIP and GV Password and incorporate it into PBXes on my own?

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Google Voice only permits certain Polycom/Obi devices
to connect to their service.

PBXes is not presently an authorized user.

Using credentials removed from an OBi device
is a violation of GV Terms of Service.

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Zitat:
Originally posted by zap
Google Voice only permits certain Polycom/Obi devices
to connect to their service.

PBXes is not presently an authorized user.

Using credentials removed from an OBi device
is a violation of GV Terms of Service.


There is a post on another forum about using an Obi200 as an ITSP for an asterisk server. I wonder if this is possible with PBXes? The post usts JPSIP instead of SIP, so that may be a problem.

https://cboh.org/voip/obi/OBi_As_ITSP.html

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SANTA CRUZ, Calif., March 19, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Plantronics, Inc. (NYSE:PLT) ("Poly"), a global communications company, today announced that its VVX 250, 350 and 450 OBi Edition phones are the first IP phones certified for Google Voice. The offering is a result of a new strategic alliance between Poly and Google Cloud to create integrated solutions for businesses that rely on Google Cloud's G Suite with Google Voice.

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Zitat:
Originally posted by nor

There is a post on another forum about using an Obi200 as an ITSP for an asterisk server. I wonder if this is possible with PBXes?


Define a sub-pbx to route outbound calls to the OBi200.

Send inbound directly to PBXes as pbxesuserid-xxx@pbxes.com
then define an inbound route for pbxesuserid-xxx

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Thanks for the hints azg. I got the Obi202 to register with pbxes.org, and I am able to make outgoing calls, but inbound calls don't work and give the following error messages:

Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: Video is at 67.231.240.210 port 41668
Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: Adding codec 0x4 (ulaw) to SDP
Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: Adding codec 0x8 (alaw) to SDP
Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: Adding codec 0x10 (g726) to SDP
Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: Adding non-codec 0x1 (telephone-event) to SDP
Apr 1 09:30:22 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: -- Playing 'cannot-complete-as-dialed' (language 'en')
Apr 1 09:30:24 VERBOSE[49016] logger.c: -- Playing 'pls-try-call-later' (language 'en')
Apr 1 09:30:26 VERBOSE[49016] chan_sip.c: Hangup call SIP/norfieldpbx-Obi202-1425, SIP callid b8dee52b0867e12a@192.168.86.40

Do I need to make a trunk? Currently I using the name of the sub-pbx as the trunk name in the inbound call route. I have also tried the GV caller id number as the trunk name. Any further hints are welcome.

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I think you did not forget to add Incoming Route for sub-pbx

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nor,

Sorry for my delayed response, I don't check this forum very often. Maybe you already have this fixed.

Don't use the Sub-PBX number. Use a number unrelated to anything. For example if your Sub-PBX is userid-900, use userid-990. You probably can use the Sub-PBX number. I haven't used Sub-PBXes for years, so I'm not sure. I'm currently routing calls to a number unrelated to anything and it works. You just need a matching inbound route.

Your OBi202 X_InboundCallRoute will look like this:
spx(userid-990@pbxes.com)

spx is where you have the Sub-PBX defined.

Do the following so the inbound callerid will be passed to PBXes.

Service Providers - ITSP Profile x SIP - X_SpoofCallerID: Checked

Profile x is the one related to the Sub-PBX.

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azg,

Thanks so much. I was so close. I was using spx(userid-990) and when I changed to your spx(userid-990@pbxes.com), everything worked perfectly. The call logs shows userid-990 without the @pbxes.com so I didn't understand why it wasn't matching.

Just to confirm, I am using sub-pbx without a trunk. Using this solution people can still use google voice as a trunk of PBXes, they just need to use an Obi2xx box with 2 available SP slots. And since you are using an Obi2xx you are not violating any terms of service (IMHO).

Thanks again azg!

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Glad you got it working. Just to further explain the Sub-PBX, when you send something to the Sub-PBX, it's considered an outbound call. When you do this: spx(18005551212) you can send the number to a PBXes trunk using an outbound route. You can do this spx(100) to ring an extension or spx(1) to trigger a Ring Group. The problem with this method is you can't pass the original inbound callerid from GV. Maybe there is a way, but I don't know how.

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