Problem H323 asterisk 1.6.2.19

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Do you have any network devices or VPN tunnels in between the Asterisk
and Avaya? The reason I am asking it looks like a potential networking issue. Has this setup ever worked before? -Vladimir
On 7/27/2011 1:32 PM, troxlinux wrote:
> Hi list , I am connecting one avaya with asterisk by h323 and when I
> call to avaya becomes disconnected, this is my debug
>
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> ippbx*CLI> h323 set debug on
> H.323 Debugging Enabled
> == Using SIP RTP CoS mark 5
> == Using…

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 0 Answer

Lightning and thunder (Claude Hayn

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Thank you all for your replies. I am just starting to use message boards and really appreciate the fact that
people jump in an effort to help. As I'm learning, I'm hopeful to be able to help other folks down the road. Judging by the responses I should have provided more details, including the
fact that I'm a novice. This implementation is quite old (and they will not spring for anything
new). The UPS is not capable of writing to anything so that would not help. The office manager freaks out each time and starts randomly rebooting

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 2 Answer

Securing Asterisk

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This is turning into a political issue such as the one in Washington
and the impending default on US debt. The point is that a minor change
in the code would have a dramatic effect on security, and carry a
lower impact on CPU that using Iptables. The simplicity of the change
cannot understated. The hackers do not continue sending packets with
new REGISTER attempts unless they see a response. The would move on.
Digium is being monarchical about this. It looks like a loss of
contact with reality. The vast ecosystem of…

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 4 Answer

Lightning and thunder

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Maybe write a cludgy init.d script / bash. I.e. make a file somewhere called
rebootflag. set it to 1 after you issue a shutdown -r -n now. then check it
in init.d script. Pseudo code In init.d / startup scripts If /etc/manualreboot = 0 or file not found echo 1 >> /etc/manualreboot /sbin/shutdown -r -n now end if From: asterisk-users-bounces@lists.digium.com
[mailto:asterisk-users-bounces@lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Claude Hayn
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 9:44 AM
To: asterisk-users@lists.digium.com
Subject: [asterisk-users] Lightning and thunder We are frequently losing power during lightning storms. (Yes we have UPS,

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 4 Answer

Stun Server

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We have been running a windows stun server for 5 years now and I would like
to change to either a linux of freebsd based unit to phase out the old XP
box in our datacenter. What should I look at that would be a good
replacement. The windows box has worked but the hardware is at end of life
and I want to move it to a vm and I don't want Windows.
Any advise is apperciated.
Thanks zktech

Asterisk Users 4 years ago 1 Answer