I've got a small problem. Basically I need to setup the sip server running on a regular Raspberry Pi which would communicate with an ATA. It would also present an IP address to the ATA for it to work for communicating with yet another Pi. (The ATA would supply its own DHCP functions to the Pi who'd communicate with the ATA to setup the methods of talking to the SIP services on the first.)
Setting up the SIP service seems decidedly straightforward as there packages for that around the actual SIP service.
The selected dnsmasq package is what presents a problem, as the regular Debian Wiki on it seems rather sparse. Do the sites for the Raspberry Pi have one that's more complete?
I should also mention that the sending device would only be available online long enough to be setup, from first being turned, and all necessary updates being delivered, to the installation of dnsmasq and the sip server. Final configuration of both would be done from the console, a serial console at that.
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Internet will help (search or AI). E.g. https://yulistic.gitlab.io/2018/03/conf ... ubuntu-pc/
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