|Originally posted by pma
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 chan_sip.c: -- Registration for 'email@example.com' timed out, trying again (Attempt #1)
May 11 14:16:05 VERBOSE logger.c: -- Got SIP response 486 "Too many requests"
May 11 14:17:05 NOTICE chan_sip.c: -- Registration for 'firstname.lastname@example.org' timed out, trying again (Attempt #2)
May 11 14:17:05 VERBOSE 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?
I have the same problem these few days.
Freephoneline.ca has a registration restriction of "too many requests", which is, account/IP will be blocked if their Registration Interval is set to less than 3600 seconds (SIP registers the server more than once in an hour).
The same confliction between Freephoneline.ca and PBXes has occurred 2 years ago when Freephoneline's restriction policy started in effects, some PBXes users complained to Freephoneline about their services being blocked as PBXes' registration interval was "too frequent".
At last, Freephoneline staff contacted PBXes admin and the problem got solved, which I think PBXes admin has adjusted the registration interval according to Freephoneline's requirement.
Today the same problem occurred, and my guess is, the registration interval of PBXes likely has new conflicts against Freephoneline's requirement during the recent PBXes server movings and resets.
I have switched my account to all www1 to www4 servers, usually the Freephoneline trunk works normal for a short while, but gets offline soon after.
Can PBXes admin refer to the above story to check the Freephoneline issue and help fix it again? We highly appreciate your help.