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#24702 31-Jul-2008 12:00
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Ok, it's finally running.
2 issues I encountered.

1) Default gateway. Took me a while to realise that the machine was stuck on the wrong default gateway. Perhaps I plugged in the wrong gateway on setup (don't think so) or perhaps it was simply a default, however I was unable to change it using netconfig and had to edit /etc/sysconfig/network file to correct the gateway. netconfig would accept the inputs ok and everything else I put in there worked ok, just not the default gateway.

2) Once that was sorted, the trunk was shown as registered and I could call in just fine but not call out, I would constantly get all lines are busy (or words to that effect). I had used Tony's instructions to setup the box and when that didn't work I tried Joshp's instructions here
After finding zimbonz's thread here I deleted the account settings and used his approach. I edited the sip.conf file as per Joshp's instructions then followed Tony's instructions for using the trixbox UI to enter Josh's sip_additional.conf information under PEER Details for the VFX Trunk and viola.

A big thank you to Tony, Josh and zimbonz.




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  #152965 31-Jul-2008 12:06
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Tony's instructions should have worked fine, the only change that you may need to do (and I'm guessing Tony hasn't updated his page) was to change the order in the trunk settings and make sure the disallow= statement is before the allow= atatement.

The order didn't use to matter but for some reason it doesn't like working the other way around.

 
 
 

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  #152983 31-Jul-2008 12:30
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Doh, yeah I forgot to mention. I did pick up on the disallow=all line early on in the piece.
Moving it did not appear to help. I had moved it prior to discovering the default gateway issue.

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