New to running FreePBX and am using the forums, search engines for everything so far. This issue has stumped me.
I have a newly installed and configured appliance. FreePBX 15 and Asterisk 16
I set it up on an initial IP address and have subsequently moved it to a new IP address (so that I could test the process before it it is moved to it’s final LAN).
All appears to work. I can access the GUI fully. I can send and receive external phone calls and internal phone calls. Everything works, except…
I installed Linphone on my Arch Linux laptop and made a call from my mobile to the external telephone number. It routed correctly and I was able to leave voicemail and take the call on Linphone
When I went to dial out, I noted that Linphone had recorded the number as
This was the original IP address that I setup the FreePBX on. I had changed the IP address to something completely different.
The PBX is still plugged into the same port in the same switch on the same network (192.168.1.0/24). So there may be some caching going on - but I doubt it.
I haven’t run wireshark on it, but my expectation is that the sip header contains the IP address and Linphone is using this header to determine the reverse call details .
Am I correct in that assumption?
I’m using IP addresses, not host names to address the server at this stage and I have nothing going through a firewall… everything is completely local (apart from going through the PSTN from the standard mobile call).
I have run grep across all files in both /etc/ and the html files (as I noted that some of the files in /etc/ were links to html files) to look for “192.168.1.30” and the only thing that pops up is the fail2ban log.
Anybody any idea what is going on? I am worried that when I put it live, there will be some configuration out there that says “hey, I can’t redial…!”