Faxserver - Hilfe

Hallo zusammen,

ich versuche auf Biegen und Brechen meinen Fax-Server zum laufen zu bekommen.

Es gehen aktuell weder eingehende noch ausgehende Faxe :frowning:

Ämterregeln besagen -> wenn Nummer (extern) dann -> Nummer intern 111 (Fax-Server Stamm-Nummer).

Rufe ich die externe Nummer an kommt nur die Ansage Nummer nicht vergeben ich sehe im Asterisk aber das sich was tut… ich blicks nicht :frowning:

Ich nehme an, dass dies auch der Grund ist warum nix raus gehen kann oder?

Guten Morgen,

verwendest du FaxServer der MobyDick oder hast du einen eigenen, wenn ja wie hast du diesen an die MobyDick angebunden?
Poste bitte mal deine eingehenden und ausgehenden Regeln, bzw. was sagt die CLI dazu?

Gruß
Markus

Hallo Markus,

ich nutze den Faxserver welche von Euch mitgeliefert wird. Dort habe ich entsprechend Manual eingetragen:

49
3501
111 (Stammnummer)

Meine Anrufregeln besagen das selbe wie beim (funktionierenden Telefon) nur das ich hier statt auf die Tel-Nr. auf die Fax-Nr. 111 gehe

Sprich: 03501-79xxxxx -> 111 (fürs Fax)
statt: 03501-79xxxxx -> 12 (fürs Tel)

Die Cli zeigte mir irgendwas zu 03501111 an als würde Sie extern raus wählen wollen.

Hi,

eine klassische Konfiguration würde so aussehen.
Unter Appliance->Dienste->Faxserver musst du generell nur folgende Eingaben vornehmen, alles übrige kannst du auf Standardeinstellung lassen.

  • Anzahl Faxleitungen: 2 (abhängig davon wie viele Faxe du gleichzeitig abhandeln möchstest)
  • Ländercode: 49 (für Deutschland)
  • Vorwahl ohne führende 0: 991 (Ortsnetzkennzahl für Deggendorf) bei dir also 3501 (Lohmen)
  • Stammnummer: 29691 (von uns +49 991 29691 - 0), also hier deine Stammnummer eintragen

Danach kannst du für einen Benutzer oder ein Team im Reiter Faxe eine Email-Adresse und die Faxnummer (Nebenstellennummer) eintragen, z.B. 111. Als CALLERID(num) wird dann bei ausgehenden Faxen diese Nummer verwendet, welche du beim Benuzter/Team eingetragen hast.

Beim Amt kannst du dann eine eingehede Regel entsprechend setzen, z.B. soll die 3501999 (Annahme, dass diese die Rufnummer ist, unter welcher dein Faxgerät von extern erreichbar sein soll) auf die 111 weitergeleitet werden. Bei den ausgehenden Regeln müsstest du dann als Quelle die 111 einstellen und bei CID Nummer die 3501999.

Gruß
Markus

Ach die Stammnummer ist sozusagen meine Telefonnnummer?

Ich habe keinen Anlangen sondern einen Mehrgeräteanschluss:

03501 / 79 xx xx 0 (tel 1)
03501 / 79 xx xx 1 (tel 2)
03501 / 79 xx xx 2 (fax)

wäre also die stammnummer die 79 xx xx ?

Ich dachte immer die Stammnummer ist diese welche intern erreichbar ist. Sprich die Durchwahl. Für Team oder einzelne Personen habe ich kein Fax eingerichtet da ich nur diese eine (für alle) brauche.

Habe nun bei Fax die 79 xx xx 2 unter stammnummer eingetragen und wie du sagtest ein Team-Fax mit der 111 eingerichtet. Wenn ich nun von extern ein Fax sende, sehe ich auf der Konsole:

Unable to create channel of type ‘IAX2’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)

== Using SIP RTP CoS mark 5
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_incoming-2:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_CALLER_NUM_TRUNK=+4935014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_incoming-2:2] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_CALLEE_NUM_TRUNK=49350179xxxx2”) in new stack
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_incoming-2:3] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “mdc_trunk-1,s,1”) in new stack
– Goto (mdc_trunk-1,s,1)
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,callee number: 49350179xxxx2 caller number: +4935014405017”) in new stack
callee number: 49350179xxxx2 caller number: +4935014405017
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:2] Gosub(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “sub_nat2int,s,1(MDC_CALLER_NUM_INTERNAT,+4935014405017,00,49,0,3501,1)”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,sub_nat2int:: variable: MDC_CALLER_NUM_INTERNAT - number: +4935014405017 - intVAZ: 00 - lkz: 49 - natVAZ: 0 - onKz: 3501 - incoming: 1”) in new stack
sub_nat2int:: variable: MDC_CALLER_NUM_INTERNAT - number: +4935014405017 - intVAZ: 00 - lkz: 49 - natVAZ: 0 - onKz: 3501 - incoming: 1
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:2] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0?s-emergency,1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:3] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0?s-int,1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:4] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0?s-int,1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:5] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?s-convert,1”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_nat2int,s-convert,1)
– Executing [s-convert@sub_nat2int:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “ARG2=004935014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s-convert@sub_nat2int:2] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “s,check”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_nat2int,s,6)
– Executing [s@sub_nat2int:6] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?s-int,1”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_nat2int,s-int,1)
– Executing [s-int@sub_nat2int:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,international”) in new stack
international
– Executing [s-int@sub_nat2int:2] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_CALLER_NUM_INTERNAT=004935014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s-int@sub_nat2int:3] Return(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:3] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “CALLERID(num)=004935014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:4] Gosub(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “sub_int2nat,s,1(MDC_CALLER_NUM_NAT,004935014405017,00,49,0,3501,1)”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_int2nat:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,sub_int2nat:: variable: MDC_CALLER_NUM_NAT - exten: 004935014405017 - intVAZ: 00 - lkz: 49 - natVAZ: 0 - onKz: 3501 - incoming: 1”) in new stack
sub_int2nat:: variable: MDC_CALLER_NUM_NAT - exten: 004935014405017 - intVAZ: 00 - lkz: 49 - natVAZ: 0 - onKz: 3501 - incoming: 1
– Executing [s@sub_int2nat:2] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0?s-emergency,1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_int2nat:3] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0?nat”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_int2nat:4] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?s-internat,1”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_int2nat,s-internat,1)
– Executing [s-internat@sub_int2nat:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_CALLER_NUM_NAT=035014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s-internat@sub_int2nat:2] Return(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:5] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “CALLERID(num)=035014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:6] UserEvent(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “ResolveCallerName,Strategy: system,Outbound: 0,Channel: SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:7] Wait(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “0.25”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:8] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,MDC_RESOLVENAME_HITS = 0”) in new stack
MDC_RESOLVENAME_HITS = 0
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:9] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, "1,CALLERID(name) = ") in new stack
CALLERID(name) =
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:10] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_NUMPREFIX_TRUNK=”) in new stack
– Executing [s@mdc_trunk-1:11] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “mdc_mapping-1,49350179xxxx2,1”) in new stack
– Goto (mdc_mapping-1,49350179xxxx2,1)
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_mapping-1:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “CHANNEL(language)=de”) in new stack
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_mapping-1:2] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,mapping from 49350179xxxx2 to 111”) in new stack
mapping from 49350179xxxx2 to 111
– Executing [49350179xxxx2@mdc_mapping-1:3] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “mdc_external,111,1”) in new stack
– Goto (mdc_external,111,1)
– Executing [111@mdc_external:1] SIPAddHeader(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, "“Alert-Info:<http://www.notused.de>;info=alert-external;x-line-id=0"”) in new stack
– Executing [111@mdc_external:2] GosubIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?sub_initcall,s,1(ext,111)”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initcall:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,sub_initcall descent: ext exten: 111”) in new stack
sub_initcall descent: ext exten: 111
– Executing [s@sub_initcall:2] GosubIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?sub_initloop,s,1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initloop:1] Verbose(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1,initial loop”) in new stack
initial loop
– Executing [s@sub_initloop:2] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “MDC_ALIAS_HOP=0”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initloop:3] Return(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initcall:3] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_TRANSFERBACK_HOP=0”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initcall:4] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALDESCENT=ext”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_initcall:5] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “ext,1”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_initcall,ext,1)
– Executing [ext@sub_initcall:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLERNUMINIT=+4935014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [ext@sub_initcall:2] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLEENUMINIT=49350179xxxx2”) in new stack
– Executing [ext@sub_initcall:3] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLEENUMMAP=111”) in new stack
– Executing [ext@sub_initcall:4] Return(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [111@mdc_external:3] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “main,111,1”) in new stack
– Goto (main,111,1)
– Executing [111@main:1] Gosub(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “sub_defcall,s,1(111)”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:1] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_ALIAS_HOP=1”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:2] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLEENUM=111”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:3] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLERNUM=035014405017”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:4] GotoIf(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1?nozap”) in new stack
– Goto (sub_defcall,s,8)
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:8] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCALLERNAME=”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:9] Set(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “__MDC_DIALCHANNELNAME=mdc_trunk_conf-2”) in new stack
– Executing [s@sub_defcall:10] Return(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [111@main:2] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “mdc_distribute,111,1”) in new stack
– Goto (mdc_distribute,111,1)
– Executing [111@mdc_distribute:1] Goto(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “mdc_faxdevice-9,111,1”) in new stack
– Goto (mdc_faxdevice-9,111,1)
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:1] Answer(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:2] Ringing(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “”) in new stack
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:3] Wait(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “1”) in new stack
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:4] Dial(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “IAX2/iaxmodem0/111”) in new stack
[Mar 11 15:31:05] WARNING[21078][C-000000b0]: app_dial.c:2437 dial_exec_full: Unable to create channel of type ‘IAX2’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)
== Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:0/0/1)
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:5] Dial(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “IAX2/iaxmodem1/111”) in new stack
[Mar 11 15:31:05] WARNING[21078][C-000000b0]: app_dial.c:2437 dial_exec_full: Unable to create channel of type ‘IAX2’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)
== Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:0/0/1)
– Executing [111@mdc_faxdevice-9:6] Hangup(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “20”) in new stack
== Spawn extension (mdc_faxdevice-9, 111, 6) exited non-zero on ‘SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159’
– Executing [h@mdc_faxdevice-9:1] Gosub(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “def_hangup,s,1(,CHANUNAVAIL,CALL)”) in new stack
– Executing [s@def_hangup:1] NoOp(“SIP/mdc_trunk_conf-2-00000159”, “>>>def_hangup:: EXTEN: DIALSTATUS: CHANUNAVAIL QUEUESTATUS: REASON: CALL”) in new stack

Re,

dann würde ich vorschlagen, dass du einfach bei einem Benutzer eine Faxnummer hinterlegst und auf diese in einer eingehenden Regel von der 79 xx xx 2 verweist. Bei den ausgehenden Regeln würde ich wie gesagt dann bei der Quelle die Faxnummer eintragen und bei CID Nummer deine 79 xx xx 2.

Gruß
Markus

Hab ich doch getan :frowning: siehe oben.

Hi,

sorry!

Sind die Modems registriert, in der CLI bitte “iax2 show peers” ausführen, dann sollte bei HOST die 127.0.0.1 stehen, bzw. poste bitte die Ausgabe.
Du kannst auch mal versuchen den FAX Server neu zu starten Anwenden->Faxserver konfigurieren.

Gruß
Markus

mobydick*CLI> iax2 show peers
Name/Username Host Mask Port Status Description
iaxmodem0/iaxmo (null) (D) 255.255.255.255 0 UNKNOWN
iaxmodem1/iaxmo (null) (D) 255.255.255.255 0 UNKNOWN
2 iax2 peers [0 online, 2 offline, 0 unmonitored]

Hallo volvo1979,

was hast du bei der Dienste -> Telefonie -> Erlaubte IAX-Verbindungen eingetragen?

ich habe es dort mit 192.168.20.0 versucht ebenso mit 192.168.20.0/24 oder auch mit 127.0.0.1 oder 0.0.0.0

half alles nix

Probier mal mit 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0

Danke. Bleibt leider beim Fehler und gleichem Status:

mobydick*CLI> iax2 show peers
Name/Username Host Mask Port Status Description
iaxmodem0/iaxmo (null) (D) 255.255.255.255 0 UNKNOWN
iaxmodem1/iaxmo (null) (D) 255.255.255.255 0 UNKNOWN
2 iax2 peers [0 online, 2 offline, 0 unmonitored]

Hi,

bei mir zeigt folgendes:

Name/Username Host Mask Port Status Description
iaxmodem0/iaxmo 127.0.0.1 (D) 255.255.255.255 4570 OK (3 ms)
iaxmodem1/iaxmo 127.0.0.1 (D) 255.255.255.255 4571 OK (1 ms)

volvo1979,

wenn du unter Appliance -> Systemeinstellungen, siehst du unter env.interfaces.lo.currentip 127.0.0.1 oder eine andere IP?

Vielleicht fehlt ja noch irgendwo nen haken oder so?

unter env -> interface -> lo -> current Ip steht die 127.0.0.1

Re,

unter Appliance->Dienste->Telefonie was hast du unter Telefonie-Netzwerk eingetragen?
Unter erlaubte IAX-Verbindungen sollte standardmäßig 127.0.0.1 stehen. Du kannst hier mehrere Netze eintragen, durch ein Leerzeichen getrennt.
In der CLI schalte mal mit “iax2 set debug on” den DEBUG ein und führe unter Anwenden Faxserver konfigurieren aus.
Wenn du die CLI offen hast und unter Anwenden den Faxserver neu startest solltest du dann hier etwas sehen.

Gruß
Markus

In meiner Telefonie? Da steht die IP meines MobyDick drin 192.168.xxx.yyy

Unter IAX hatte ich nun schon einiges Versucht inkl. der 0.0.0.0 hat nix gebracht.

mobydick*CLI> iax2 set debug on
IAX2 Debugging Enabled
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/manager.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_manager.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/logger.conf’: Found
Asterisk Queue Logger restarted
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/features.conf’: Found
– Added extension ‘7700’ priority 1 to parkedcalls
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/udptl.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/indications.conf’: Found
– Setting default indication country to ‘de’
[Mar 14 17:24:15] WARNING[26607]: cel.c:364 do_reload: Could not load cel.conf
– CEL logging disabled.
– Reloading module ‘app_confbridge.so’ (Conference Bridge Application)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/confbridge.conf’: Found
[Mar 14 17:24:15] NOTICE[26607]: confbridge/conf_config_parser.c:1304 verify_default_profiles: Adding default_bridge profile to app_confbridge
[Mar 14 17:24:15] NOTICE[26607]: confbridge/conf_config_parser.c:1315 verify_default_profiles: Adding default_user profile to app_confbridge
– Reloading module ‘app_followme.so’ (Find-Me/Follow-Me Application)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/followme.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘app_meetme.so’ (MeetMe conference bridge)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/meetme.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_meetme.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘app_playback.so’ (Sound File Playback Application)
– Reloading module ‘app_queue.so’ (True Call Queueing)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/queuerules.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/queues.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_queue_team.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘app_voicemail.so’ (Comedian Mail (Voicemail System))
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/voicemail.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_voicemail.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘cdr_custom.so’ (Customizable Comma Separated Values CDR Backend)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/cdr_custom.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘chan_agent.so’ (Agent Proxy Channel)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/agents.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘chan_dahdi.so’ (DAHDI Telephony Driver w/PRI & SS7 & MFC/R2)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/chan_dahdi.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘chan_iax2.so’ (Inter Asterisk eXchange (Ver 2))
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/iax.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_iax_register.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_iax_trunk.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_iax_modem.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_iax_ipdevice.conf’: Found
[Mar 14 17:24:15] NOTICE[26607]: chan_iax2.c:13569 set_config: Ignoring bindaddr on reload
[Mar 14 17:24:15] NOTICE[26607]: chan_iax2.c:13508 set_config: Ignoring bindport on reload
[Mar 14 17:24:15] NOTICE[26607]: iax2-provision.c:558 iax_provision_reload: No IAX provisioning configuration found, IAX provisioning disabled.
– Reloading module ‘chan_sip.so’ (Session Initiation Protocol (SIP))
– Reloading module ‘codec_adpcm.so’ (Adaptive Differential PCM Coder/Decoder)
– Reloading module ‘codec_alaw.so’ (A-law Coder/Decoder)
Reloading SIP
– Reloading module ‘codec_dahdi.so’ (Generic DAHDI Transcoder Codec Translator)
– Reloading module ‘codec_g722.so’ (ITU G.722-64kbps G722 Transcoder)
– Reloading module ‘codec_g726.so’ (ITU G.726-32kbps G726 Transcoder)
– Reloading module ‘codec_gsm.so’ (GSM Coder/Decoder)
– Reloading module ‘codec_lpc10.so’ (LPC10 2.4kbps Coder/Decoder)
– Reloading module ‘codec_speex.so’ (Speex Coder/Decoder)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/sip.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘codec_ulaw.so’ (mu-Law Coder/Decoder)
– Reloading module ‘pbx_config.so’ (Text Extension Configuration)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/extensions.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_sip_register.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_extensions.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_sip_ipdevice.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_sip_trunk.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_sip_gw.conf’: Found
== Using SIP TOS bits 96
== Using SIP CoS mark 4
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_AGENT_PREFIX_LOGIN’ to ‘*99’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_DIGIT’ to ‘3’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_PREFIX_AUTOSET’ to ‘*74’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_PREFIX_ONOFF’ to ‘*71’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_PREFIX_SET’ to ‘*70’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_PREFIX_SNOMOFF’ to ‘*73’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_PREFIX_SNOMON’ to ‘*72’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ALIAS_STANDBY’ to ‘*75’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_DEPLOYMENT_PREFIX’ to ‘*88’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ECHOTEST’ to ‘*80’
== Setting global variable ‘FORWARD_CONTEXT’ to ‘mdc_transfer’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_MEETMEADM_EXTEN’ to ‘*40’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_MEETMEADM_PIN’ to ‘6293’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_MOBILITY_INCOMING’ to ‘*60’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_RCS’ to ‘*50’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_ROAMING_PREFIX’ to ‘*44’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_SPEEDDIAL_PREFIX’ to ‘*30’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_SPY_PIN’ to ‘2066’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_SPY_PREFIX’ to ‘*23’
== Setting global variable ‘TRANSFER_CONTEXT’ to ‘mdc_transfer’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_VOICEBOX_ALIAS’ to ‘*103’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_VOICEBOX_ALIASSET’ to ‘*102’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_VOICEBOX_FOREIGN’ to ‘*101’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_VOICEBOX_OWN’ to ‘*100’
== Setting global variable ‘MDC_VOICEBOX_WATCHED’ to ‘*104’
– Registered extension context ‘sub_qm-callstatus’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 1 to sub_qm-callstatus
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 2 to sub_qm-callstatus
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 3 to sub_qm-callstatus
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 4 to sub_qm-callstatus
– Registered extension context ‘sub_qm-agentpause’; registrar: pbx_config

– Added extension ‘110’ priority 2 to sub_emergency-check
– Added extension ‘110’ priority 3 to sub_emergency-check
– Added extension ‘0116117’ priority 1 to sub_emergency-check
– Added extension ‘116117’ priority 2 to sub_emergency-check
– Added extension ‘116117’ priority 3 to sub_emergency-check
– Added extension ‘i’ priority 1 to sub_emergency-check
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_emergency’; registrar: pbx_config

– Added extension ‘dial’ priority 6 to mdc_emergency
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_hint’; registrar: pbx_config
– Including context ‘mdc_hint-team’ in context ‘mdc_hint’
– Including context ‘mdc_hint-ident’ in context ‘mdc_hint’
– Including context ‘mdc_hint-script’ in context ‘mdc_hint’
– Including context ‘mdc_hint-login-team’ in context ‘mdc_hint’
– Including context ‘mdc_hint-condition’ in context ‘mdc_hint’
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_hint-team’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘*7111’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-team
– Added extension ‘11’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-team
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_pickup-team’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘811’ priority 1 to mdc_pickup-team
– Added extension ‘811’ priority 2 to mdc_pickup-team
– Added extension ‘h’ priority 1 to mdc_pickup-team
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_team’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘11’ priority 1 to mdc_team
– Added extension ‘11’ priority 2 to mdc_team
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_team-1’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘11’ priority 1 to mdc_team-1

– Added extension ‘11-dial’ priority 8 to mdc_team-1
– Registered extension context ‘sub_team’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 1 to sub_team

– Added extension ‘s’ priority 6 to sub_team
– Registered extension context ‘sub_queue-free’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 1 to sub_queue-free

– Added extension ‘s’ priority 8 to sub_queue-free
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_faxdevice’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘101’ priority 1 to mdc_faxdevice
– Added extension ‘111’ priority 1 to mdc_faxdevice
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_faxdevice-7’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘101’ priority 1 to mdc_faxdevice-7

– Added extension ‘h’ priority 1 to mdc_faxdevice-7
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_faxdevice-9’; registrar: pbx_config

– Added extension ‘111’ priority 6 to mdc_faxdevice-9
– Added extension ‘h’ priority 1 to mdc_faxdevice-9
– Registered extension context ‘sub_split-user’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘s’ priority 1 to sub_split-user

– Added extension ‘s-zero’ priority 4 to sub_split-user
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_user-1’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension '_+
%#a-zA-Z0-9]!’ priority 1 to mdc_user-1

– Registered extension context ‘mdc_user-0’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension '_+
%#a-zA-Z0-9]!’ priority 1 to mdc_user-0

– Added extension ‘s-caller’ priority 11 to sub_user
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_hint-ident’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘99901’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘*7199901’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘13’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘*7113’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘21’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘*7121’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘12’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Added extension ‘*7112’ priority -1 to mdc_hint-ident
– Registered extension context ‘sub_main-99901’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘int’ priority 1 to sub_main-99901

– Added extension ‘ext’ priority 4 to sub_suffix-12
– Registered extension context ‘mdc_multidial-99901’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘99901’ priority 1 to mdc_multidial-99901

– Added extension ‘_X.’ priority 10 to wombat
– Registered extension context ‘def_voicebox’; registrar: pbx_config
– Added extension ‘asterisk’ priority 1 to def_voicebox
– Added extension ‘asterisk’ priority 2 to def_voicebox
– Added extension ‘*100’ priority 1 to def_voicebox
– Added extension ‘*100’ priority 2 to def_voicebox
– Time to scan old dialplan and merge leftovers back into the new: 0.050957 sec
– Time to restore hints and swap in new dialplan: 0.000025 sec
– Time to delete the old dialplan: 0.002210 sec
– Total time merge_contexts_delete: 0.053192 sec
– Reloading module ‘res_calendar.so’ (Asterisk Calendar integration)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/calendar.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘res_config_curl.so’ (Realtime Curl configuration)
– Reloading module ‘res_crypto.so’ (Cryptographic Digital Signatures)
– Reloading module ‘res_fax.so’ (Generic FAX Applications)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/res_fax.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘res_mobydick.so’ (MobyDick Asterisk extensions)
– Reloading module ‘res_musiconhold.so’ (Music On Hold Resource)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/musiconhold.conf’: Found
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/mdc_musiconhold.conf’: Found
– Reloading module ‘res_rtp_asterisk.so’ (Asterisk RTP Stack)
== Parsing ‘/etc/asterisk/rtp.conf’: Found
== RTP Allocating from port range 10000 -> 20000

Re,

dann stell doch mal bitte zum Test bei Telefonie auf 0.0.0.0 und IAX Verbindung auf 127.0.0.1 bzw. probier aus bei IAX Verbindung 192.168.0.0/255.255.0.0.
Dann sollten sich die Modem normal registrieren können. Wichtig du musst die Faxserver Konfiguration anwenden und die Telefonie, wenn du dort was änderst.

Gruß
Markus

Wenn ich bei Telefonie aber 0.0.0.0 eintrage hauts mir doch alles um die Ohren.