Is it possible to specify more than 1 localnet? I know this is an odd
question. I have a customer that has multiple sites linked by VPN. Main range is 192.168.33.0/24 and a remote site is 10.1.1.0/24 We want to allow some access to the public IP address at the main site. For
this to work I need to use the externip and localnet directive. If I do this
it rewrites the SDP with the external IP address of the main site on dialog
with the VPN'd sites. This means that I can either…
I am getting several hundred registration attempts on my aserterisk per
minute. I have fail2ban installed but it's not stopping the attempts. Any
suggestions. Whatever they are using is changing the userid on each
attempt. Latest IP: 18.104.22.168 Thanks,
In 1.4 I used alsa.conf and Dial(Console/Dsp)
In 1.8 this is not working (as I had it) . I know there is a new
I'd like to try both. What is the correct Dial() for ALSA direct?
What is the correct Dial() for chan_console? I "thought" if chan_alsa was loaded it would default to old behaviour
if chan_console was not loaded. Thanks, jerry
I recently came across this email that I wrote in May 2008 ...... http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/2008-May/210887.html
It's such a shame that Digium manhandled the project away from the community only to then bury it and not allow it to proceed. I really wonder when I look at the Apple iphone development community as to where the 3rd party Asterisk development community could have been if Digium didn't kill this project.
(for those of you not involved in Asterisk back in 2208 here is the audio of that conference call.
I'm trying to use a couple of old Western Electric type 500 phones (desk
model, rotary dial). These phones work fine, as tested with telco lines
(they dial, receiver/transmitter works fine, etc). I'm running Asterisk 22.214.171.124. I can't get them to dial through Asterisk. They are connected to a Rhino
channel bank which is connected to Asterisk via a Sangnoma card (T1 with
echo cancellation). Other phones (touch tone) work fine, as does any phone
with a pulse/tone switch, even when these electronic phones are in "pulse"
mode. I'm thinking that Asterisk is a…