Do you mean the client machine's A record isn't automatically added when you run ipa-client-install? You need to tell the client to update the server. Use ipa-client-install --enable-dns-updates. That will add the A record and PTR record in for the client. Also, I usually also use --no-dns-sshfp. Theoretically having the SSH fingerprints for each host in DNS is awesome, but I've found it to be much slower than the known_hosts file.
@Dashrender i have added this in the DID Number Section in the Inbound Route ,
i have 100 Lines in the PRI Line so for example my number is #23542200 to #23542299
so what i have wrote in the DID Number was _200 and for another inbound route was _201
and thus i found it worked fine
This is true. Hi! If you need to ask me questions, I hopefully will get notifications if you tag me here, but if I don't, you can always find me on Twitter or Facebook as xrobau, and feel free to yell at me there! (I mainly use Facebook for social non-nerd stuff, and twitter for geek stuff, but occasionally they cross)
Hopefully the email notifications work. They are sent out from Mailgun, so tend to be reliable.
I think now is the time to invest in true open source alternative to Asterisk engine
How is the Asterisk engine not open source? It's released under the GPL meaning you can do whatever you want with the code base. FreePBX remains one of the, if not the, very best implementations of an Asterisk distribution that is also 100% open source. I'm just not sure where you're going with the last few threads about this.
Asterisk and FreePBX are open source, but Schmooze made changes regarding things such as third party module signing and requirements related to commercial modules that soured the mood with some in the FOSS telephony community.
The referenced article is old. As of this year you can sign your own modules without asking for anything from Sangoma. We've even written unit tests around this functionality so it can never break. We do listen to the community and have made changes over the last two years to how GPG functions. One of the biggest things we did was allowing users to sign any module locally without having to sign a CLA or a CSA with Sangoma, putting the power of open source (with GPG benefits) back into the hands of users.
I do realize that it is an old article. But it is a fact that changes were made that upset the FOSS community. Personally, I could care less, I just want a solid working product.
This was happening because for some reason the conbridge.conf file (or an include therein) was not being created correctly and thus because conf files were missing confbridge was never loaded. I believe this was because conferences was not originally included in the tarball for 13 but we fixed this so it should be OK???? Not sure...
It was fixed this week? It was just six days ago that we saw it, but it's not been re-run since then.
@scottalanmiller We are starting to use it to build more robust Daemons. Hey, it's better than trying to do it in PHP!!
Yeah it is, lol. Glad to see the move in that direction. Not that using PHP was any kind of a big deal to end users, but it's a nice change of pace. I'm hoping for a faster, more responsive interface then as well
I am interested in Xivo (whatever their new name is).
It is not production ready like FreepBX yet, but their goal of making everything accessible via REST API will make it a very flexible thing.
Me too, certainly lots of potential and I hate the FreePBX interface, so am hopeful there.
Let me know what you don't like if you have time!
Also the Wazo(XiVO) developers are great guys. A few of the FreePBX team (Rob Thomas ( @xrobau ) and I) talk to them ( @quintana ) weekly on IRC/Twitter and we've conversed over a hangout session and at Astricon.
Here are the factual foundations as I see them, AFAIK there is no dispute for these:
People bought the phones by choice, no one forced them.
Samsung agreed to the sale.
Samsung has adequately offered to take them back for a good market value.
Samsung has gone out of their way to make sure that everyone knows that they should return them or risk burns.
The US government has declined to issue a mandatory recall.
People have the legal right to keep the phones as there is nothing official that even suggests that they should have to give them back.
Risk issues, such as from flying or driving, are the issues for the phone owners and agencies like the FAA and DOT, and have nothing to do with Samsung or Verizon now that the recall is underway and well publicized.
People using the phones in safe ways are in no danger to the public (while driving, flying, etc. is an unrelated issue see above.)
The value of the phones to the owners is unrelated to its market value which in turn is unrelated to its initial sale value. This is just basic day one economics.
The value that Samsung is offering is based on initial sale and not market or personal value.
In the US, all legal sales are based on personal value alone.
In the US, all sales are voluntary.
The value to an individual is unrelated to the sale price and could be many times higher based on any number of personal factors.
Have one user that uses one of these daily. He is the main sales guy here. I really like this laptop.
Another user brought her personal Spectre in today for setting up a vpn connection. Still really like it, but that trackpad is atrocious. If your hands are larger than a cute kitten's paw good luck typing anything on the kb without touching the trackpad and moving the focus to some random part of the screen. There is also a bit too much vertical travel when trying to press the buttons in the trackpad.
Man, do I hate trackpads of any kind. So this is a sweet laptop all around for someone who owns a USB mouse?
I use a mouse for everything. Trackpads are terrible. At least non-Mac ones mostly work. Mac trackpads, the worst ever.
Especially the gigantic, more recent ones. I had a 2009 MacBook (not pro) that had the sweetest trackpad on it... and I hate trackpads, lol.
YEah, the new enormous ones, they make the keyboard hardly reachable.