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Skype call forwarding or double gateway

If you wish Skype to receive a call or a SIP call received to be forwarded to Skype you should follow these instructions.

  • You have SkypeIn set up in the same way as described here.
  • You have Asterisk installed and configured to take or forward calls as per this blog.
  • You have VNC Server configured to run as service as per this blog.

sudo adduser skypeout

sudo cp /home/skypein/.vnc/xstartup /home/skypeout/.vnc/xstartup
sudo chown skypeout:skypeout /home/skypeout/.vnc/xstartup
sudo cp -r /home/skypein/sip2sis /home/skypeout/
sudo chown -R skypeout:skypeout /home/skypeout/sip2sis

sudo su - skypeout
vncserver :3

modify host_port for incoming SIP calls
vi ~/sip2sis/siptosis.cfg

Change audio_port from 63200 to 63300 in 
vi ~/sip2sis/siptosis.cfg


Change Skype Audio Base port in 
vi ~/sip2sis/siptosis.cfg

Restart VNC Server and connect using VNC client
vncviewer :3
Accept Skype Agreement, login and save account details.
Accept Java Plugin connectivity and save it.

If you have firewall installed allow these ports
sudo ufw allow 63300:63302/udp
sudo ufw allow 64432:64435/tcp

sudo ufw allow 5080/udp

Add following to the bottom of  
vi ~/sip2sis/SkypeToSipAuth.props

sudo vi SkypeOutDialingRules.props

Restart VNC Server and test call routing
sudo service vncserver restart

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