A lot of active channels

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  1. MST

    MST

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    Elastix Experts,

    192.168.1.15 (None) 97b29e24736 00101/25426 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
    192.168.2.11 (None) 09b0adee8aa 00101/06178 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
    192.168.2.12 (None) 2f58dbf96fc 00101/29678 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
    192.168.2.15 (None) 8f412502317 00101/12360 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
    192.168.2.10 (None) 896c029f006 00101/30971 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER
    192.168.1.4 (None) 8b5e339aee5 00101/13002 0x0 (nothing) No Rx: REGISTER

    ..... and more

    Nobody makes calls. I would suspect that someone break into the system, but chacked logs, nothink suspicoius.

    There are a lot of active channels in Asterisk 1.4.14 but none calls.

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  2. dicko

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    If you don't want your extensions to attempt to register then turn qualify off, (I don't believe you want to do that however), don't "suspect", learn about the beast you chose to deploy. Please don't confuse a channel with a call, it's not the same thing, true, calls use channels, but you need a channel before you can make a call through it.

    specific ref:

    http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/show+channels

    but more generally:

    http://www.voip-info.org/

    I suggest a few hours there will save you a whole bunch of your postings here.


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