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Topic # 126792 19-Jul-2013 22:09
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About four days ago I suddenly could no longer call out via my iTalk trunk. As I have had issues with my FreePBX distro in the past I thought that I might have corrupted something and decided to rebuild. I have just done so with the latest FreePBX (stable) build, using Asterisk 11.4 But alas the same thing is happening.

The iTalk IP trunk and IP trunk registrations are all online. I revieve call in but when I try and call out I get told that all ciruits are busy.

I can call our via my VoipRaider connection. If I set up iTalk up on a standard sip phone I can phone out and recieve calls. It would appear that something has changed on iTalk's side as it used to work just fine but now it simply wont allow me to dial out via my FreePBX distro.

My peer details are as follows:
type=friend
secret=************
username=**********
fromuser=************
host=akl.italk.co.nz
dtmfmode=rfc2833
insecure=port,invite
nat=yes
canreinvite=no
disallow=all
allow=ulaw&alaw
qualify=yes

Any ideas

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  Reply # 862397 19-Jul-2013 22:12
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See http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=43&topicid=125724

Add this to your config and it should be fine
fromdomain=akl.italk.co.nz



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  Reply # 862413 19-Jul-2013 22:45
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Thanks, that worked.... very frustrating though

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  Reply # 862479 20-Jul-2013 09:11
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Might pay to move to a VoIP provider who offers support.

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  Reply # 862498 20-Jul-2013 10:15
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Slingshot offer support. Just not of Asterisk. Then when they make a change that breaks other people's untouched working configuration, they just hide behind the "Asterisk is not supported!" line.

We should move, no question, but the reason should be to teach them a commercial lesson - don't screw with your settings and then blame the customer.

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  Reply # 862500 20-Jul-2013 10:23
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Here's how Slingshot could support iTalk because of this change:

"Dear Customer,

We've recently screwed with our system in such a way that required the From header be set in your SIP messages.

If you use Asterisk, go Google.


Slingshot, helpful as ever"



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  Reply # 862521 20-Jul-2013 12:01
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I have forwarded this link to Slingshot... lets see if they really care ;-)

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