Sipdroid and freepbx

hello, i am tom, and new to this voip,
i have installed asterisk in aws, using freepbx to configure.
i make 2 extension chan sip in free pbx
extension : 111
password : 111
and the second is 222

in sipdroid
authorization username :111
password : 111
server : my asw ip server,port default port in freepbx sip setting : 5061

and sipdroid is registered with green light, but when i try to call from 111 to 222 i got this error in asterisk console :
[2017-12-22 02:56:47] WARNING[22013][C-00000007]: ccss.c:1011 ast_set_cc_callback_macro: Usage of cc_callback_macro is deprecated. Please use cc_callback_sub instead.
[2017-12-22 02:56:47] WARNING[22013][C-00000007]: ccss.c:1011 ast_set_cc_callback_macro: Usage of cc_callback_macro is deprecated. Please use cc_callback_sub instead.
[2017-12-22 02:56:47] WARNING[22013][C-00000007]: func_presencestate.c:131 presence_read: PRESENCE_STATE unknown
[2017-12-22 02:56:47] WARNING[22013][C-00000007]: app_dial.c:2421 dial_exec_full: Unable to create channel of type ‘SIP’ (cause 20 - Subscriber absent)
[2017-12-22 02:56:53] WARNING[21073]: chan_sip.c:4103 retrans_pkt: Retransmission timeout reached on transmission [email protected] 192.168.1.17 for seqno 2 (Critical Response)

any one pls help me, what can i do to fix this

im sorry, silly me. ihave found the problem and fixed it

Just a tip… pull your server off of AWS. You are going to have a bad time with quality and weird issues otherwise. From what everyone tells me… never install on AWS or Azure with ANY phone systems. Use a private data center or install it locally. I had one running in Digital ocean and had NOTHING but problems.

@jessy5765 makes good (if a little overly absolute :slight_smile: ) points.

The system runs in a very small footprint in the local network, if you’re willing to do that. You can run the machine in just about any old workstation that can run Windows 7. It doesn’t require a lot of CPU or memory, and the network requirement is more about the audio than the ability of any reasonable 100M+ network card.

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