[asterisk-ss7] chan_ss7 :: Single signaling link across Multiple Asterisk Boxes

Madhawa Jayanath madhawa at 101g.com
Thu Dec 17 19:11:48 CST 2009

Hello Larry,
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On Fri, Dec 18, 2009 at 5:05 AM, Kemp, Larry <Larry.Kemp at usmetrotel.com>wrote:

>  I have built an Asterisk switch on a CentOS box. It runs IP Tables,
> Apache, DHCP and TFTPD. I have this device serve as my firewall between my
> closed LAN and the Internet. I have two Cisco 7940G phones that I want to
> setup on my LAN. One for extension 6000 and one for extension 6001. I
> created a DHCP range that is working through Using the
> Asterisk GUI I build the users in Asterisk to use the MAC of each of the
> phones for the extension that I want each to use. Both phones come up as
> extension 6001 though. I checked the MAC addresses in Asterisk and the
> SIPXXXXXXXXXXXX.cnf files for each of my phones in my /tftpboot directory on
> the server. I have also factory reset the phone and restarted Asterisk and
> the CentOS server too. I am at a loss to figure out why both phones continue
> to come up as ext 6001. I even deleted extension 6000 in Asterisk and built
> extension 6002 to the MAC of the second phone that was coming up erroneously
> as the second 6001 phone. Only one phone shows “1 Voice Message” on the LCD,
> the one that I set the MAC to be extension 6001 in Asterisk.
> Please let me know if you can help me sort this out.
> Larry Kemp
> Network Systems Engineer
> U.S. Metropolitan Telecom, LLC
> Bonita Springs FL USA
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Best regards,
Madhawa Jayanath

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