Getting denied by ACL and I don't have one in place


So I’ve set up a sip trunk with another asterisk, the sip trunk in both sides seem to be OK.
On my local FreePBX configured and inbound route and send the call to an IVR but when the remote Asterisk tries to send a call I get this message printed in my CLI and the call is rejected:

NOTICE[6520][C-00006132] acl.c: SIP Peer ACL: Rejecting ‘172.xx.yy.190’ due to a failure to pass ACL ‘(BASELINE)’

The IP 172.xx.yy.190 is the remote asterisk, and my trunk is configured this way:

Trunk name: SIP-remote-asterisk
Peer details:

The IP address 10.xx.yy.1 is the NAT IP seen from the remote asterisk.

The remote IP is also added on the local networks in the General SIP Settings.

I don’t really know why I am getting that message since I haven’t set an acl, I appreciate if anyone can point me in the right direction to troubleshoot this

Using FreePBX 14.0.16 running Asterisk 13.34.0-rc1

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