Hello, and thanks for taking the time to look at my post.
Maybe you can help me with a strange issue I’m having with my Asterisk server.
Any pointers or suggestions at all will be greatly appreciated!
0. Links to my .conf files
First of all, here are links to the relevant configuration files. Only my username(s), secret(s), caller ID and provider name have been changed. The IP addresses have been masked. Everything else is exactly like in the .conf files I am using.
1. Environment and devices involved:
I am using the latest release of Asterisk from source (version 126.96.36.199.).
I have a Sipura 3000 box with my PSTN line connected to its “line” port, and a plain old analog phone connected to its “phone” port.
I also have a Linksys WIP300 phone which registers with the Asterisk server. For now, I am only using this device while within range of my private wireless network. Therefore, there are no NAT or port forwarding concerns.
2. What I’m trying to do:
I would like both phones to ring at the same time when receiving an inbound call on my PSTN line.
3. Description of the issue:
Both the phone connected to the Sipura and the Linksys wireless IP phone can make outbound calls just fine, using SIP to talk to Asterisk which then uses IAX2 to connect to my provider, which terminates the call. However, when I receive an INBOUND call, only the phone connected to the Sipura rings, even though I have (near as I can tell) put the correct syntax in extensions.conf to ring both phones at the same time.
What is most strange about this issue is that both phones will ring at the same time, doing exactly what extensions.conf tells them to, but only when I dial from the Asterisk console, like this:
However, when a real call comes in through the PSTN line, the wireless phone won’t ring, while the phone connected to the Sipura will still ring properly.
Does anyone have an idea of what I am doing wrong? I have been messing around with this for the last 3 days and I am feeling pretty stumped right now.
Thanks in advance for any advice!