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Asteriskwin32, xlite

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Old August 8th 09, 10:58 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Asteriskwin32, xlite

I'm trying to connect asteriskwin32 and xlite.

I'm trying to run them both on the same machine, just to get things

My asterist settings are the default ones.

In xlite, the displayname, user name, password are 3000.
the domain is
i have checked register with domain and receive incoming calls.
I have checked proxy, with the address

I always get the 404 - User not found error.

How can I connect? The user is in the sip.conf file
Old August 8th 09, 06:35 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Asteriskwin32, xlite

Enter The wrote:

I'm trying to connect asteriskwin32 and xlite.

I always get the 404 - User not found error.

From the asterisk console, 'sip show peers', to check the user you think is
there, is there.

How can I connect? The user is in the sip.conf file

Also from the console, 'sip set debug', then try to register. The output
will either tell you what the problem is, or give you something to google.

Alternatively, you could look at using a Trixbox or PBX in a Flash VM in

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