Queued call to SIP/[number]@[context] expired without completion after 0 attempts

I think my issue is mainly because I simply don’t know what I need for the identifier for channel in a call file. For example, my call fall contains:

Channel: SIP/[number I’m trying to dial]@TwillioOut
Application: Playback
Data: tt-monkeys

TwilioOut is the name for my SIP trunk as defined in “Trunk Name” under Trunks.

If I replace Channel with, “SIP/202” where 202 is an internal extension, it works fine. My phone rings and I hear monkeys.

I can’t find anything that tells me what I need for the channel identifier.

When I look at the log I see the following:
[2017-02-02 10:03:34] NOTICE[29514]: pbx_spool.c:413 attempt_thread: Call failed to go through, reason (3) Remote end Ringing
[2017-02-02 10:03:34] NOTICE[29514]: pbx_spool.c:416 attempt_thread: Queued call to SIP/[redacted phone number]@TwilioSIP expired without completion after 0 attempts

I’m using Freepbx on a Centos 6.6 box.

I expect you want to use the FreePBX generated contexts for internal calls and outbound routes:

Channel: local/[number I'm trying to dial]@outbound-allroutes


Channel: local/[email protected]

Thanks, that did it. I was able to use local/[number]@outbound-allroutes and it worked to call out.

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