[App_rpt-users] Old/Incompatible Hardware??

Jamey Wright jamey.wright at charter.net
Tue Sep 29 22:50:53 EDT 2015


In an effort to learn more about Asterisk/Allstar/App_rpt I built up a
server out of some older hardware I had sitting around.  I set up the
package put together by Steve (N4IRS) located at:
<https://github.com/N4IRS/AllStar/wiki/X86-Debian-Bare-Metal-Install>
<https://github.com/N4IRS/AllStar/wiki/X86-Debian-Bare-Metal-Install>  The
install was pretty much hands off and nothing to indicate any problems.  I
edited the necessary files and have it up and running on my home network as
a private node for testing.  I have it setup using dahdi/pseudo at the
moment until I get a USB Fob converted.  I can connect to it with IAXRPT and
Zoiper on an iPhone but that's where everything goes spiraling downward.  As
soon as either connects, asterisk plays the connect message, or at least
tries to.  It usually gets the words "Node, One, Five" out Ok but anything
else starts to lag and stutter.  Once it is through, it seems to settle down
for a minute.  When I transmit from either, audio is not passed to the other
connected device.  Sometimes, the courtesy tone will try to play.  About 30
seconds after Tx'ing with Zoiper, it will throw up an error 18 (Request
Timeout) and disconnect.  Watching the Asterisk CLI I see:
 
[Sep 28 23:08:28] WARNING[11839]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay 260, this delay -15364, threshold 10562, new
offset 15364
[Sep 28 23:08:29] WARNING[11839]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -1221, this delay 33188, threshold 1000, new
offset -17824
[Sep 28 23:08:29] WARNING[11897]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -599, this delay -34607, threshold 1000, new
offset 16783
[Sep 28 23:08:29] WARNING[11834]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay 120, this delay 33929, threshold 1000, new
offset -17146
[Sep 28 23:08:29] WARNING[11883]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -160, this delay -33988, threshold 1000, new
offset 16842
[Sep 28 23:08:36] WARNING[11834]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -1086, this delay 4586, threshold 3374, new
offset 12256
[Sep 28 23:08:41] WARNING[11840]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -5861, this delay 30088, threshold 6600, new
offset -17832
[Sep 28 23:08:45] WARNING[11840]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -1914, this delay -32907, threshold 5032, new
offset 15075
[Sep 28 23:08:47] WARNING[11835]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -821, this delay 31193, threshold 3084, new
offset -16118
[Sep 28 23:08:49] WARNING[11834]: chan_iax2.c:921 jb_warning_output:
Resyncing the jb. last_delay -1459, this delay -30527, threshold 4518, new
offset 14409
[Sep 28 23:08:55] WARNING[11833]: chan_iax2.c:3101 __attempt_transmit: Max
retries exceeded to host 10.115.55.101 on IAX2/iaxclient-6151 (type = 6,
subclass = 2, ts=21099, seqno=8)
 
>From the console, using the TOP command, CPU usage by Asterisk is never more
than 1.8%.  
The PC is a Pentium IV 2.4GHz with 3 GB of RAM.  The Motherboard is a fairly
old though.  It is an early P4.  The Motherboard is a Soyo sy-p4vda.  Local
LAN is 100 Mbps on a Cisco switch and all devices are on the same subnet.
Here is the CPU info:
 
root at repeater:~# lscpu
Architecture:          i686
CPU op-mode(s):        32-bit
Byte Order:            Little Endian
CPU(s):                1
On-line CPU(s) list:   0
Thread(s) per core:    1
Core(s) per socket:    1
Socket(s):             1
Vendor ID:             GenuineIntel
CPU family:            15
Model:                 2
Model name:            Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz
Stepping:              7
CPU MHz:               2400.330
BogoMIPS:              4800.66
 
Any ideas or should I toss the system and start over with something newer?  
 
Thanks
 
Jamey
WR4JW

 

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