Self Assigned IP Issue


(Natethegreat) #1

I have been having an issue where my server is not assigning a IPV4 address and is using a IPV6 address. I think this is self-assigned by the fact that it still has the IPv6 address even when the router is unplugged. I reset the installed a fresh copy of FreePBX and attempted to restore but encountered the error below and the same IPV6 address is right back to where it was before I wiped the server. Im at a loss as to what is happening. Im not sure if the network card is burned out or what. Any ideas?

There were errors during the restore process
** SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found: 1146 Table ‘asterisk.endpointman_brand_list’ doesn’t exist on line 215 of file /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/Database.class.php**
** No license for this product (PBXact) - make sure zend_loader.license_path is properly configured in your ini file! on line 0 of file /var/www/html/admin/modules/vqplus/Modules/Crud.php**
There were warnings during the restore process
** Can’t find the module data for callback**
** Can’t find the module data for callerid**
** Can’t find the module data for calllimit**
** Can’t find the module data for conferencespro**
** Can’t find the module data for miscdests**
** Can’t find the module data for phonebook**
** Can’t find the module data for setcid**
npm WARN registry Using stale data from https://registry.npmjs.org/ because the host is inaccessible – are you offline?
npm WARN registry Using stale package data from https://registry.npmjs.org/ due to a request error during revalidation.
npm WARN deprecated nomnom@1.8.1: Package no longer supported. Contact support@npmjs.com for more info.
npm WARN deprecated is-buffer@1.0.2: This version of ‘is-buffer’ is out-of-date. You must update to v1.1.6 or newer


#2

We’ve been here before.

Does the network interface on your machine actually work?
Is the wiring guaranteed good?
What is your hardware?
Where did you get the install media from?
Did you check the md5sum ?
Do any other devices on your network get an IPv4 address?


(Natethegreat) #3

Is the wiring guaranteed good? Yes
What is your hardware? 128 GB SSD Dell Optiplex 9020 i5 4GB of RAM
Where did you get the install media from? https://www.freepbx.org/downloads/
Did you check the md5sum ? No
Do any other devices on your network get an IPv4 address? All devices on the network use IPv4

I just installed a fresh image on a new machine with the specs above and I’m not seeing an IP address populating. IP address field is blank.


(Natethegreat) #4

Reading Freepbx 14 No IPV4 Address After Post Installation Reboot I was able to get the system to give me a IPV4 address. I am seeing a IPV6 address as well. How do I shut down IPv6 permanently?


#5

https://www.thegeekdiary.com/centos-rhel-7-how-to-disable-ipv6/

But why do you care? If all your extensions and trunks are on IPv4, the IPv6 path would not normally be used. If it gets used for e.g. a software update, IMO that’s a good thing.


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