Linksys SPA VOIP phone rejects calls from Skype SIP Trunk on Asterisk

Setup

  • Asterisk Trixbox 2.6 Server
  • Skype Connect SIP trunk to accept incoming Skype calls
  • Linksys SPA and Cisco SPA VOIP phones

Issue

Incoming calls via Skype to some Linksys / Cisco IP phones get rejected. Asterisk debug show following reason :

-- Called 715
-- Got SIP response 406 "Not Acceptable" back from 192.168.6.19
-- No one is available to answer at this time (1:0/0/0)

Asterisk (Trixbox) hangs on "recordingcheck" and drops calls

Issue

Asterisk (TrixBox) server is not functioning properly. Internal calls working fine, but external incoming and outgoing time-out and fail. Looking at Asterisk Command Line Interface (CLI) output (connect with asterisk -r) noticed unusual behaviour:

Normally when incoming call is received, Asterisk outputs number of executed actions into CLI and receiving phone starts ringing in less than a second. On this occasion, however, Asterisk was stopping at following line and hanging for about 7 seconds:

VERBOSE[29592] logger.c: -- Launched AGI Script /var/lib/asterisk/agi-bin/recordingcheck

Then, if caller was still on a phone it would go to:

VERBOSE[29602] logger.c: -- Launched AGI Script /var/lib/asterisk/agi-bin/dialparties.agi

It would be stuck there for a few more seconds and eventually call would be dropped. In fact occasionally receiving handset would actually ring (probably long after caller has hanged the phone).

Increase Joomla Media Manager Upload File Size Limit

Joomla Media Manager default Upload Limit is 10MB.
Joomla Media Manager default Upload Limit is 10MB
This can be changed:
  • Joomla 1.6 and Joomla 1.7: Content > Media Manager > Options > Maximum Size (in MB)
  • Joomla 1.5: Global Configuration > System > Maximum Size (in bytes)
If you try to upload file which is too large, you should normally get the following error:
This file is too large to upload.
This file is too large to upload

Where is php.ini located?

php.ini can be located in quite few different places depending on your Linux distribution and Apache installation.

Some common places are:
/etc/php.ini
/etc/php/php.ini
/etc/php5/php.ini
/etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
/usr/bin/php5/bin/php.ini


If you still can't find it, run:
find / -name php.ini
This will find all files with name php.ini on your server.




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