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Topic # 96228 22-Jan-2012 21:29 Send private message

Anyone else having an issue connecting to 2talk via IAX at the moment?
Two of my client's pbx's cant connect. One with Telecom, the other with Call Plus.


Was going on and off most of today - every time i rebooted the pbx units, i could make a call, then ten mins later the customer would ring and say its still not working for them.    

   




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  Reply # 572131 22-Jan-2012 21:36 Send private message

I saw failures on a 2talk trunk for 15min from 8:22pm to 8:37pm tonight, I douno if it's related or not but something's going on with them




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  Reply # 572132 22-Jan-2012 21:38 Send private message


At the moment can make outgoing calls OK, but incoming calls are getting:
"Your call is unable to proceed at this time.  Please try again later"



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  Reply # 572136 22-Jan-2012 21:42 Send private message

thekiwi:
At the moment can make outgoing calls OK, but incoming calls are getting:
"Your call is unable to proceed at this time.  Please try again later"



Is that using SIP or IAX?

Right now i cant even register using IAX but can register using sip.
I havent tried making any calls using SIP though.




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  Reply # 572218 23-Jan-2012 08:22 Send private message

Checked the PBX's this morning, looks like they are okay.




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  Reply # 572490 23-Jan-2012 18:52 Send private message


Yea everything was working OK this morning, but not impressed with the reply from 2Talk this morning:

"please contact telecom and log a fault".

I would have thought that since I dont have **any** Telecom services there is little chance they are going to investigate me not being able to receive calls.

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