How to enable call forwarding from SIP extension Softphone or Analog Phone

How to enable call forwarding from SIP extension Softphone or Analog Phone if you are using Asterisk PBX or Issabel PBX .

From the Softphone or Analog Phone

Dial *72 with number where you want to forward the call for example I want to forward my all calls on

my mobile no 83199999 then i will dial  *7283199999      make sure you are able to dial outside from your phone . and add prefix which you dial for outside calls.

To Disable Call Forwarding

Dial *73

how to configure sip trunk between cme and issabel

how to configure sip trunk between cme and issabel or how to configure sip trunk between cme and elastix.

Some time we require sip communication between Cisco CME and Asterisk servers to send and receive  calls to and from CME to Asterisk .

First we will configure Issabel side  with following steps. we will go through following steps .

1- Configure Trunk

2- Configure Outbound Routes

3-Inbound  Routes

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How to reset FreePBX admin password

How to reset FreePBX admin password

If you forget the freepbx admin password  and you have  root  ssh access you can reset the admin  password .

1-  Access your login page  and press Ctrl +A

2- Copy the  unique session ID

3- Now on your SSH session type as below adn replace your unique session ID

[root@pbx ~]# fwconsole unlock igg56njsp8bi0h4serfwepsq963
Unlocking:
session unlocked!
[root@pbx ~]#

or

If you are using FreePBX 13 or earlier and the above gives you a ‘command not found’ error message, use the depreciated amportal command

[root@pbx ~]# amportal a u igg56njswewbi0h4odqnupsq963
Fetching FreePBX settings with gen_amp_conf.php..
session unlocked!
[root@pbx ~]#

4- Now refresh the login page and you will be automatically logged in.

5-  Now Go to    Admin -> Administrators and select your user on the right side of the page. At this point you can reset your password.

FreePBX firewall commands

FreePBX firewall commands

fwconsole firewall disable
fwconsole firewall stop
fwconsole firewall start
fwconsole firewall restart
fwconsole firewall trust www.google.com
fwconsole firewall untrust www.google.com
fwconsole firewall untrust 192.168.0.1/24
fwconsole firewall list blacklist
fwconsole firewall list trusted
fwconsole firewall add blacklist example.com 192.168.15.0/24
fwconsole firewall add other 192.168.75.0/24
fwconsole firewall list other
fwconsole firewall del other 192.168.75.0/24

How to configure Reliance Jio SIP trunk on asterisk

How to configure Reliance Jio SIP trunk on asterisk

Reliance Jio  provide SIP E1 trunks with DIDs . For old PBX they give you SIP to E1 converter which give you RJ45 connector to connect your E1 port.

Jio put a fiber cable and terminate on ONT  from there they provide a network CAT 6 cable to put in to your network switch or directly to your IP PBX network interface not E1 interface .

Reliance jio provide SIP E1 trunk on there own IP address which will be configured on your asterisk server or Grandstream UCM or any IP IPBX .

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Protect your Asterisk PBX server from Black listed IP address

Protect your Asterisk PBX server from Black listed IP address

VoIPBL is a distributed VoIP blacklist that is aimed to protects against VoIP Fraud and minimizing abuse for network that have publicly accessible PBX’s.

For more details http://www.voipbl.org/

For Asterisk PBX  you  need to install Fail2ban. This is the only required dependency needed to run VoIP Blacklist on your server.

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How to troubleshoot CallerID issues on a FXO

How to troubleshoot CallerID issues on a FXO

The Digium® X100M FXO module and X400M FXO module are daughter cards that allow Digium® analog cards to terminate analog telephone lines (POTS).

This document is intended to be a brief description of toublehsooting steps that Digium’s customers can take to resolve Caller ID issues on their Asterisk Server.

Requirements

At least one analog line.
A regular analog phone with Caller ID display feature
Fully configured Asterisk server with the latest version of DAHDI and Asterisk

Troubleshooting Steps

A Caller ID issue could be caused by several factors. This section explores the possibility that the issue could be located at the telco or by noise on the lines.
Connect an analog phone to the demarcation point. In telephony, the demarcation point is the point at which the telephone company network ends and connects with the wiring at the customer premises.
Place a call — using another line or mobile phone — from the PSTN to the analog phone connected at the demarcation point and check if the phone displays Caller ID. If the Caller ID information is not being shown by the phone, please contact your telco and ask them how to enable this feature.
Otherwise, please disconnect the phone and plug it to the line that is directly connected or closest to your Asterisk server and repeat the test call.
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