[App_rpt-users] problems

Corey Dean n3fe at repeater.net
Wed May 4 08:38:16 EDT 2011


The strange part of it is that user is created in the Xipar install.  You just set the password for it during the install.

Corey  N3FE

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From: app_rpt-users-bounces at ohnosec.org [mailto:app_rpt-users-bounces at ohnosec.org] On Behalf Of Bryan D. Boyle
Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2011 8:04 AM
To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
Subject: Re: [App_rpt-users] problems

On 5/3/11 10:04 PM, Jean L├ętourneau wrote:
> I am using is version 01.01.46 And my Xipar is version 1.02, and I 
> have the following problem.
>
> when I try to use IaxRpt I get this from my asterisk :
>
> [May  1 07:20:13] NOTICE[1549]: chan_iax2.c:9433 socket_process: 
> Rejected connect attempt from 192.168.1.117, request 'gui at radio-gui' 
> does not exist
>
> like the user gui doesn't exist.
>
> is anyone can help?
>
In your /etc/asterisk/iax.conf, you need a stanza such as:

[gui]
type=user
context=radio-gui
auth=md5
secret=changethis
host=dynamic
disallow=all
allow=ulaw
transfer=no

to allow the iaxrpt application to connect.  It's documented in the 
iaxrpt docs....

the name in braces at the top is the username your use when you set up 
the account (not the name you use to identify the node...), and the 
secret is the password that you enter into the account.

So...when you create an account in iaxrpt...:

Account name: (I used the node number)
Description: (I used the call sign of the repeater)
Host: self-evident...either the IP or FQDN
Username: (what's in the bracket in iax.conf)
Password: (what's in the secret line)
Type: duplex


Of course, you can call it in the [ ] whatever you want...just make sure 
it tracks on both sides.

(From what you are indicating, this would be my best guess as to why 
it's not working.   I may be wrong...)

-- 
Bryan
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Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant.
You may quote me.

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