Connection problems

For some reason I do not connect to nodes. It tries to connect and just keeps trying. I have downloaded and formatted new images with no success. I had a friend who has successfully set up several nodes do the new setup on my node with no success. confusion abounds.

Robert Hildebrand
KG5MQQ

won’t connect, i see warning [358]

also seeing notice [351]

also seeing notice 367

Those are not messages I’m familiar with. Where do you see those? Attach a screenshot if possible.

No arrow points on line ( KG5MQQ )

Robert

Node 45622 is showing off line on the AllStarLink Node list. Your node is attempting make a permanent connection to node 45622. But it can’t when 45622 is offline. I can’t quite read the attached bubble chart so I can’t tell if 45622 was on line during your connect attempt.

Be sure you are registered with AllStarLink by checking the node list (mentioned above). What is your node number?

My node number is 50295.

I disconnected from 46522 and am now trying to connect to 47673

Same problem I assume, and you had a friend look at it who knows this stuff. Maybe your IAX port is used. Have you tried a different one. Some ISPs reserve 4569 for their phone service.

Add a bindport line to /etc/asterisk/iax.conf

[general]
bindport=4566

And go to your server settings and make the port match the bind port setting:
18%20PM
Then restart asterisk and try another connection.

Made the two changes, iax port and changed bindport assignment to 4566

Robert

KG5MQQ

problem persists

robert

Install TeamViewer if you don’t already have it we’ll set up a screen share later.

I have installed team viewer.

Robert

I have connected the yellow box to the tp-router ( hard wired ) which is conneted to my hotspot. It still says macro not found but it is perminately connected to node 45673. Tomorrow I will try connecting yellow box wirelessly to hot spot.

Robert

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I have successfully connected yellow box to hot spot wifi, no router,

I still says macro not found.

Robert

Now we know that something about COX cable was causing your connection problem. I’m afraid I can’t help you with that. But I can look at the macro problem and will contact you later.

Thank you

Robert Hildebrand

I realized I’m not going to be able login to your node now that you have it on the cellular connection.

Take a close look the startup macro. I sorta’ think there’s an extra command in it.

I’ve got it all set up so that you can do your thing, I hooked up my desktop through the portable router with the yellow box.-, so that whatever the name of that program is that gets in will let you run nano.

I will look at the startup macro.

Bob

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On Wed, Sep 4, 2019 at 9:50 PM Tim Sawyer via AllStarLink Discussion Groups noreply@community.allstarlink.org wrote:


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    September 5

I realized I’m not going to be able login to your node now that you have it on the cellular connection.

Take a close look the startup macro. I sorta’ think there’s an extra command in it.


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I edited out ‘node_lookup_method=dns’ on the third page.

I couldn’t fine the macros.

When the program loads it no loner says macro not found and it connects.

Robert