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Thread: RE: Maintenance www4 / www2
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RE: Maintenance www4 / www2 20.05.2015 13:26 Forum: News

I still have random freephoneline issues on www4. I receive regularly emails from pbxes that trunk goes offline then back online. Because I don't see these issues when connecting directly to trunk, my guess is that the DNS server doesn't sustain the load during the day so contacting freephoneline support is useless.

It worked well for months or years and stopped working reliably since hardware upgrade on pbxes.org.

Looking at system log I see some time out that were not reported in email notifications. All in all, pbxes is becoming less trustable and reliable it used to be. unglücklich

Update from Fongo/FPL support:

Dear Freephoneline customer,

Please be advised that PBXES.org admin needs to send us a request to whitelist the new IP's

http://support.fongo.com/anonymous_requests/new

Once we receive new ticket we will proceed.

Thank you,

Thread: RE: Maintenance www4 / www2
pma

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RE: Maintenance www4 / www2 11.05.2015 21:31 Forum: News

Have exact same problem, with freephoneline.ca too.

Thread: RE: Maintenance www4 / www2
pma

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RE: Maintenance www4 / www2 11.05.2015 20:22 Forum: News

I am not sure if this is related to the maintenance on www4, but since May 7th, my trunk stopped working from pbxes.org.

When using SIP client, and registering directly to my SIP provider, I am able to successfully connect. But from pbxes.org, I get the following errors in the system logs:

May 11 14:16:05 NOTICE[112540] chan_sip.c: -- Registration for 'xxxx@voip.freephoneline.ca' timed out, trying again (Attempt #1)
May 11 14:16:05 VERBOSE[112540] logger.c: -- Got SIP response 486 "Too many requests"
May 11 14:17:05 NOTICE[112540] chan_sip.c: -- Registration for 'xxxx@voip.freephoneline.ca' timed out, trying again (Attempt #2)
May 11 14:17:05 VERBOSE[112540] logger.c: -- Got SIP response 486 "Too many requests"

Has anything changed on PBXES side that could generate too many requests to SIP provider? Or that could create time out to the SIP provider?

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