I wonder if anyone can help me.
I have three PBX’s setup with internal trunks between them to allow for calling between extensions.
They are all using FreePBX 126.96.36.199 with Asterisk (Ver. 13.5.0).
PBX 1 extensions 1xx
PBX 2 extensions 2xx
PBX 3 extensions 3xx
They all run internet facing IP address but they are dynamic IP’s so I use DNS to resolve the addresses.
The trunks are set as “context=from-internal” to allow access to conferences and voice mail.
All the calls between them work fine except certain transfers. If extension 100 calls extension 200 the call is fine. If extension 200 then transfers the call to any 2xx or 3xx extension that all also works fine, however if extension 200 tries to transfer the call to any 1xx to call drops immediately.
I did some further testing setting up an out bound route from PBX 1 on a trunk to PBX 2 and had a call sent back an extension on PBX 1 and this failed as well. The call leaves PBX 1, is then sent back to PBX 1 but PBX 1 rejects the call with the following error.
SIP Peer ACL: Rejecting '
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx due to a failure to pass ACL ‘(BASELINE)’
Would anyone have an idea how I could overcome this problem please. Where does the ACL ‘(BASELINE)’ come from and how can I adjust it.