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It does depend on how you set up the call forwarding on asterisk and
sometimes when the ATA sends the forwarding call to the Voip provider
server it has nothing to do with it which causes a problem. if you
disable call forwarding remotely see if that works also. its a tricky

On Wed, 2011-03-23 at 16:18 -0700, Ernie Dunbar wrote:
> I have a Linksys 2102 ATA here that does call forwarding internally with
> the *72 code, however our Asterisk server doesn’t forward the
> call properly. This is what shows up in the console when an incoming call
> is made while the ATA is call-forwarded:
> — Called Username
> — Got SIP response 302 “Moved Temporarily” back from XX.XXX.XX.XXX
> — Now forwarding DAHDI/1-1 to ‘Local/12505551234@vancouver’ (thanks
> to SIP/Username-00000045)
> — Forwarding DAHDI/1-1 to ‘Local/12505551234@vancouver’ prevented.
> == Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:1/0/0)
> The SIP configuration allows call forwarding (cancallforward=yes), so I’m
> at a loss as to what is preventing the forwarding. It’s not like Asterisk
> is very specific about that.
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  • Well, first, I’d say more information is needed….

    I see you’re using a Local channel construct, is it pointing to a valid
    context and extension? Is there any more debugging information you can
    provide? It seems there’s something missing here, if I was debugging the
    issue to find a solution, I’d be digging up a lot more info, but we’re not
    local to the problem, we have to rely on you the poster.