[arm-allstar] WebTransceiver

Doug Crompton doug at crompton.com
Sat Nov 1 15:49:12 EST 2014


  My suspicion is that you do not have the iax port forward to the new address. This is necessary for any incoming calls. It would be port 4569 udp  unless you changed it.

It also takes some time 10 minutes or so for things to settle down after a change in IP address or port. Also make sure your new location is showing up in the rpt_extnodes list.  Look for you node in that file in /tmp on the BBB.
73 Doug

> Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2014 18:46:34 +0000
> From: gm4upx at gb7jd.co.uk
> To: arm-allstar at hamvoip.org
> Subject: [arm-allstar] WebTransceiver
> Hello,
>   I have a small enquiry, now, where have we heard that before ??
>   My BBB's are running fine with the update - thanks to all involved -, 
> now, the problem I have given myself.
> After testing on my home network, everything working well I moved them 
> to my "other" network with no changes to any configuration, other than 
> the obvious (IP addresses+portforward) and cannot connect from the 
> WebTransceiver.
> I am guessing that I perhaps need a proxy configured and thought that I 
> would seek some advice before I really give myself a bigger problem !!
> I have other applications running on my other network with forwarding 
> working OK to them.
> Regards,
> Ian..
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