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"Asterisk" "1.4.7.1" "register" "SIP" "VoIP"

Posted on 2014-01-20
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Im currently running an asterisk server (1.4.7.1) we use Linksys SPA942 & SPA962 handsets which are registered as SIP

last week (on Thursday) we had a power cut, since then phones seem to be struggling to register - its like the internet is dropping which causes Asterisk to hang

the server will display a load of "unreachable messages" one minute then i will get a load of messages like

peer 888 is now reachable (10ms / 2000ms)

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i understand that Asterisk requires working DNS - i have tested this from the asterisk server which seems to be working (i can ping local/ domain machines aswell as external stuff)

anyone any ideas?

many thanks
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by:Mazdajai
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How often the message show up? Since the server was built?

Can you post the log from /var/log/asterisk/messages? Is the Asterisk server and phones in the same subnet? Start Askterisk in verbose 'asterisk -vvvr¿' and post the output here .
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Hi thansk for the reply

the errors had only just started to appear since the power cut

its resolved itself now, which makes me think it was something to do with the ISP

thanks anyway
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issue resolved itself
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