[Freeswitch-users] FusionPBX - any other options or should I keep trying?
rtreleaven at bunnykick.ca
Thu Apr 3 20:53:45 MSD 2014
Perhaps the SBC from Sangoma would work for you. Hope its not taboo to say
On Apr 3, 2014 12:49 PM, "Adelia C." <hexade at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Using FusionPBX to configure a FreeSwitch PBX.
> I find it a pain on its own league.
> I was successful in configuring a proof of concept by manually changing
> the Freeswitch XML files on the node.
> However, I need a GUI as I want to do the basic config and pass it over to
> admins, with clear and simple instructions on how to add new users.
> Should I look at any other GUIs? I am running against time, as I need it
> functioning in a few days.
> My SIP clients are SJPhones and Cisco 7942. They just don't register, I
> don't seem to get the passwords right.
> Question 1:
> Keep getting this message:
> "[WARNING] sofia_reg.c:2745 Can't find user [1000 at 10.50.1.151] from
> You must define a domain called '10.50.1.151' in your directory and add a
> user with the id="1000" attribute and you must configure your device to
> use the proper domain in it's authentication credentials."
> I tried all kind of things - adding files left and right (a 10.50.1.151
> directory was added for me + an empty file with the same name, in the same
> Found an older thread and tried to follow it but no luck:
> If I try to use domains instead of IP addresses (in sip clients config,
> etc), I have the same problem.
> Question 2:
> As soon as I start manually modifying and adding config files on
> FreeSwitch, my FusionPBX configured devices/users/domains/extensions no
> longer show up in the FusionPBX GUI but the files are still there.
> Do I have a better option? I find FusionPBX isn't really helping or making
> it easier to configure the PBX.
> At this time, do I have an option to manually configure everything
> (directly on Freeswitch) and get things going and then bring in a GUI that
> retrieves all the config, displays it and allows for new users to be added?
> Thank you.
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