I’m registering Asterisk as an extension on our NEC SV8500.
[general] register => 100:firstname.lastname@example.org:5060/100 register => 101:email@example.com:5060/101
Everything works great for a while; I’m able to setup the dial plan and experiment with the AGI. The problem is that every few minutes I must perform a sip reload or Asterisk stops answering.
The sip show objects|registry commands offer no clues. Any extensions I register still appear in the output from those commands. I’ve turned on sip debugging and verbose output and see nothing indicating my registered extensions are no longer valid. Asterisk’s console produce no output when I dial my extensions after the few minutes.
I feel like this is an issue with expiry so I explicitly defined the expiry values shown in the sample sip.conf, but this didn’t seem to change the problem at all.
[general] maxexpiry=3600 minexpiry=60 defaultexpiry=120 submaxexpiry=3600 subminexpiry=60 ...
This is Debian 8.2 and Asterisk 11.13.1~dfsg-2+b1 was installed from the repository. Is this a familiar problem to anyone, or how can feedback from Asterisk to start debugging this issue?
Finally, pardon my lack of vocabulary. My last venture through Asterisk was years ago and telecom isn’t my first language.