randomly some extensions status change to busy ( in core show hints )
extension can receive call without any problem ,but blf keys shows extension busy when this problem was happend
when unregistered and then register the extension ,busy change too idle
please help me
sorry my language is terrible
What channel driver are you using?
and last version of asterisk > 11.23.0
hi everyone , no help?
Are you configuring things in the .conf file or realtime? What is the output of “sip show channels”? What’s the console output? Are there any additional log messages?
what .conf file?
sip show channels don’t show me any channel with that extension
and there are not any log messages
what do u need for help?
i can get u any config file or log
How is chan_sip configured - from a sip.conf file, or have you put it into a database?
The console output is needed showing what has happened to the extension in question, and a general idea of how the system is used.
sip.conf file :
[general] bindaddr=0.0.0.0 jbenable=yes jbmaxsize=3 jbforce=yes limitonpeer=yes jbresyncthreshold=30 t38pt_udptl=yes cisco_usecallmanager=yes huntgroup_default=yes
how can i get console output?
problem not accourd by test somthing, happend randomly
Where are your peers and other things defined? There are none in what you have posted…
you told me send you sip.conf
peer defined to sip_additional.conf :
 deny=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 type=friend sipserver=172.16.5.2 secret=2100 qualify=1000 port=5060 pickupgroup=21 permit=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 nat=yes mailbox=2100@device macaddr=38ED18559B2E host=dynamic dtmfmode=rfc2833 dial=SIP/2100 context=from-internal clienttype=cisco ciscoPhoneLabel=AFR@NET ciscocallwaiting=3 canreinvite=no callgroup=21 callerid=device <2100> accountcode= call-limit=2 cc_agent_policy=generic cc_monitor_policy=generic subscribecontext=ext-local subscribe=2148 subscribe=2150 subscribe=2151 subscribe=2125 subscribe=8131 subscribe=8346  deny=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 type=friend sipserver=172.16.5.2 secret=2102 qualify=1000 port=5060 pickupgroup= permit=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 nat=yes mailbox=2102@device macaddr=38ED18559A69 host=dynamic dtmfmode=rfc2833 dial=SIP/2102 context=from-internal clienttype=cisco ciscoPhoneLabel=AFR@NET ciscocallwaiting=0 canreinvite=no callgroup= callerid=device <2102> accountcode= call-limit=2 cc_agent_policy=generic cc_monitor_policy=generic subscribecontext=ext-local subscribe=2111 subscribe=2117 subscribe=2199 subscribe=2136
You are on an Asterisk forum, not a FreePBX forum. The breakdown by the use of #include is something done by FreePBX and Asterisk just processes the merged file.
Yes, you are right saying
As well you appear to be using the massive Cisco patch to chan_sip. Does the issue occur without it?
maybe , i dont know issue accured for cisco path or not
what i need to know that?
what should i do? i need help
The Cisco patch makes quite a lot of changes to chan_sip, and it’s not something I’m personally familiar with or comfortable supporting a chan_sip build with. If you provide a log showing the device going to busy and not back when it shouldn’t someone may be able to help. I can also say no other issues come up in my mind that have been filed for this particular issue.
tnx for help
i try too get log for this issue and send for u