[App_rpt-users] trouble connecting

Steve Zingman szingman at msgstor.com
Sat Jul 16 10:04:05 EDT 2016

Glad you are up and running.

73, Steve N4IRS

On 07/16/2016 10:02 AM, George Csahanin wrote:
> Steve, I just started poking in the router and saw that Verizon has 
> services on port 4567, and took a wild guess that they may be blocking 
> some stuff. Moved my node to 4570 and it all works. Just about 5 
> minutes ago.
> Go figure.
> GeorgeC
> On 7/16/2016 9:52 AM, Steve Zingman wrote:
>> George,
>> What is the result of the Asterisk CLI command: iax2 show registry
>> Lets start there
>> On 07/16/2016 09:48 AM, George Csahanin wrote:
>>> Stumped, maybe because I've played with this stuff a lot over the 
>>> last 7 years...but...my ISP just changed my IP address. No longer 
>>> can connect to anything and the last extnodes file was right before 
>>> they made the change Thursday night. Might have been Wednesday, 
>>> doesn't matter. There was nothing to change in the rpt.conf file, 
>>> everything looks normal except the only obvious thing is that I'm 
>>> not seeing rpt_extnodes updating. I put an entry in rpt.conf for a 
>>> node I normally connect to (27891) and get /__auto_congest: 
>>> Auto-congesting call due to slow response//
>>> /Checked port forwarding rules on the Verizon router, and is normal. 
>>> I also *can* connect to usual nodes via the echolink port./(W8VT is 
>>> 27849 and 606945 echo. echo works)
>>> /Really stumped but operating under a medically induced handicap 
>>> (fever). Anybody have any words of wisdom as to what I may be 
>>> overlooking. Worked fine until Verizon re-did everything that night. /
>>> /Again, thanks for bearing with me but this bug has me down and this 
>>> isn't looking too clear to me.
>>> GeorgeC
>>> W2DB
>>> 2360/
>>> /
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