[Asterisk-Users] X101P stopped working. Newbie seeks help
scott at evtmedia.com
Thu Dec 25 13:42:22 MST 2003
This is probably not the problem, but if you have a slow machine (<500MHz),
you might try putting a couple seconds of "sleep" between each stage of the
startup (modprobe, ztcfg, asterisk etc) and see if it helps. One of my
machines is slow, and I had the same problem with the demo kit. Or, instead
of starting everything automatically at reboot, do each step manually (with
-vv on ztcfg) and see if you get any errors.
Scott M. Stingel
Emerging Voice Technology Inc.
Email: scott at evtmedia.com <mailto:scott at evtmedia.com>
URL: www.evtmedia.com <http://www.evtmedia.com>
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:asterisk-users-admin at lists.digium.com] On Behalf Of Bob Smith
> Sent: Thursday, December 25, 2003 8:26 PM
> To: asterisk-users at lists.digium.com
> Subject: [Asterisk-Users] X101P stopped working. Newbie seeks help
> I received the Asterisk Dev Kit Lite on Saturday and got
> a small PBX working fairly quickly using the config files
> supplied with the kit. This was on my desktop machine
> and the sound card stopped working. I turned the system
> off and moved the sound card to another slot to give it
> a different IRQ. On reboot, the modules zaptel, wcfxo,
> and wcusb all load OK and asterisk starts OK but there is
> no dialtone on the extension and the X101P never answers.
> The command "show channels" shows nothing. I moved cards
> around, rebuilt, reloaded, rebooted... nothing worked.
> I bought a new system and did a fresh RH9 install. Did a
> cvs checkout of zaptel, asterisk, zapata, and libpri.
> The problem persists on the new machine.
> The new box is on a separate spur on the firewall so I'll
> be glad to give root access to anyone willing to help.
> Any ideas on what to do next?
> Bob Smith
> bsmith at linuxtoys dot org
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