No BLF status


(Kombi1) #1

No lovely status lights show up on the blfs.

fwconsole start restapps
gives me:
RestApps Server has already been running on PID 19967 for 18 hours, 18 minutes

fwconsole --verbose phoneapps blf 11
gives me:
“This extension is not configured for Rest Apps. If this is a PJSIP extension try using ‘11-n’ where ‘n’ is the pjsip contact number. Ex ‘11-1’”

What is a pjsip contact number?

Box is fine otherwise. Might there be something wrong in the (mostly untouched) configs?


(Itzik) #2

What are you monitoring with your BLF keys?


(Kombi1) #3

simple presence status as it usually works out of the box (i.e. busy)


(Lorne Gaetz) #4

You will see the number in Endpoint Manager, Extension Mapping:

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(Kombi1) #5

Now trying to packet sniff blf traffic…

What should I best grep for?


(Kombi1) #6

“sip show subscriptions” returns “0 active SIP subscriptions” although many phones are connected and working

“core show hints” seems fine (a gazillion of them)

puzzled I get…


(Jared Busch) #7
rasterisk -x 'pjsip show subscriptions inbound'
Endpoint: <Endpoint/Caller-ID.............................................>
Resource: <Resource/Event.................................................>
  Expiry: <Expiry>  <Call-id..............................................>
===========================================================================

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 101/dialog
  Expiry:      1773  0_2617143161@10.254.103.215


<snip> 24 more subscriptions. </snip>


Endpoint: 109/"JJ Office" <109>
Resource: *21103/dialog
  Expiry:     1597  0_2840836822@10.201.1.110

26 active subscriptions

(Jared Busch) #8

After you see the full list, get the IP address of a device you want to see everything for and then use the ‘like’ option. You could also use extension or name, etc.

rasterisk -x 'pjsip show subscriptions inbound like 10.254.103.215'

Full result:

[jbusch@pbx ~]$ rasterisk -x 'pjsip show subscriptions inbound like 10.254.103.215'
Endpoint: <Endpoint/Caller-ID.............................................>
Resource: <Resource/Event.................................................>
  Expiry: <Expiry>  <Call-id..............................................>
===========================================================================

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 101/dialog
  Expiry:     1773  0_2617143161@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 102/dialog
  Expiry:     1706  0_1391947650@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 106/dialog
  Expiry:      634  0_332623754@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 122/dialog
  Expiry:     1376  0_2702339994@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 721/dialog
  Expiry:     1111  0_1879142306@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: *282/dialog
  Expiry:     1116  0_936800171@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: *21103/dialog
  Expiry:     1111  0_2628218803@10.254.103.215

Endpoint: 103/"Jared Busch" <103>
Resource: 121/dialog
  Expiry:     1303  0_922395068@10.254.103.215

8 active subscriptions matched "10.254.103.215"

(Kombi1) #9

wicked! “pjsip show subcriptins” is actually missing from the autocomplete list in the gui-cli (of which I tried each one;) thanks Jared!


(Kombi1) #10

In contacts-internal.xml, replacing

subscribe_to"auto_hint_<ext>"

with

subscribe_to"<ext>"

fixed it.

I wonder why auto_hint ceased to work…


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