I have an ATCOM ATA that is trying to connect to an asterisk server using IAX. The ATA and Asterisk are on the same subnet, not firewall/nat etc.
Below is a a log excerpt, showing the REGREQ received, and then Asterisk goes on to send lots of REGAUTH...and this continues for a while, but the ATA is never registered (iax2 show peers shows not registered).
Any help would be appreciated. It sure LOOKS like a lot of TX for very few RX frames...so my first guess was network related but I'm not making any progress with that theory
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 02:34:55PM -0400, Eric Wieling wrote:
> Has anyone experienced an issue with Sangoma analog cards where
> the card suddenly stops working? Trying to dial out shows the
> channel as busy, even though there is no active call on that port?
> This happened to us often when we used Digium cards (in fact this
> issue is why we stopped using Digium). Odd, I'm not aware of any current issues with Digium's cards or
drivers which would leave it in an alarm state that…
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