We only have two trunks attached and online.
sip show peers gives this output;
Name/username Host Dyn Forcerport Comedia ACL Port Status Description
2506/2506 X.X.X.X D Yes Yes A 5060 OK (17 ms)
2507/2507 X.X.X.X D Yes Yes A 3414 OK (16 ms)
2511/2511 X.X.X.X D Yes Yes A 3410 OK (16 ms)
nextiva/username# X.X.X.X No No 5060 OK (59 ms)
voip/username# X.X.X.X Yes Yes 5060 OK (16 ms)
5 sip peers [Monitored: 5 online, 0 offline Unmonitored: 0 online, 0 offline]
sip show registry shows this output;
Host dnsmgr Username Refresh State Reg.Time trunking.voipdnsservers.com:5060 Y username# 31 Registered Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:25:59
atlanta.voip.ms:5060 Y username# 105 Registered Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:25:02
2 SIP registrations.
We have around a large number of extensions, which are mostly setup with pjsip (minus those three you see above).
Is this a bug that I should report, or is there something else I can check?
EDIT: Current Asterisk Version: 13.12.1
Active SIP Channel(s): 5 Active PJSIP Channel(s): 1 Active IAX2 Channel(s): 0
Thanks for the reply. I don’t believe we are hacked. Responsive firewall and another internal firewall are both on. We just went live with this PBX server on Friday and as soon as all our devices connected, the graph showed the trunks jumped up to 10.
I’m fairly certain we don’t have any IAX2 trunks setup. I just see it says IAX2 Registry 1, in one spot, and no peers right below that. In the full report, everything looks up to snuff. The command “iax2 show registry” shows 0 registrations in asterisk
We have the two phone providers, Voip and Nextiva, which are both setup as trunks and are registered.
All commands that I run match up with what I’m seeing in the asterisk full report. What command would the graph be running to tell it what counts as a trunk?
There is one possibility that I can think of. When you set up your trunks for your providers, did you set up PEER and USER components (filled in both of the screen parts) and did you use “type=friend” for both?
Many people set up their trunks with “type=friend” for both their peer and their user trunk components. This has the potential of setting up (at least in theory) a pair of trunks for each (one input and one output for each). This can sometimes make the reporting software decide that each of them counts as two trunks (one in and one out for the user and one in and one out for the peer).
Your trunks sound like they are set up correctly, so that isn’t the issue for you.
Any thoughts? It is now showing 11 trunks online in the graph, although I am still seeing the same info in my registrations.
As I mentioned it only went up to 10 and now 11, right after the system went live.