PJSIP Trunk Issues


#1

FreePBX 14.0.13.23
Asterisk 16.6.2

I logged onto a server today to do some maintenance updates with Linux, then FreePBX modules. Everything ran fine, there was I think 6 modules, but I didn’t really pay attention to what, I let them run in the background. After checking on the GUI, I hit Apply Config, and I got an error message, error 255. I looked it up, and it seemed to be a misconfig with the PJSIP trunk I had, which is strange because nothing changed with the trunk. I deleted it and I was able to apply config without issues. Now when I go to add a new PJSIP trunk, I’m met with a “Whoops” error page.

This is still the case even after several asterisk reboots and full system reboots. I am at a loss. Any advice?


(Sergio Lobera) #2

Hi there!
Please, update framework and core to edge versions.

fwconsole ma downloadinstall framework --edge && fwconsole ma downloadinstall core --edge && fwconsole r


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#3

I was just looking at another post someone did with a similar message and I saw this recommendation. I have followed it and it allowed me to re-add my PJSIP trunk. Thank you!


(Jared Busch) #4

Why core? I’ve not seen anything about that. Only the need to update framework to edge since released core requires it.


#5

Why was a non-Edge module (Core) released that requires an Edge module (Framework) to be installed? And without any warning of this unusual requirement? I don’t install Edge modules on production systems and had to roll Core back to 14.0.28.30 to get things going again.


(Charles Darwin) #6

Because this is opensource? And because freePBX is kind of beta testing of PBXact? :wink:

How many $$$ did you spend?


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