A problem with imported config files

Alchemist

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Hi!

I've installed Elastix on server with two Openvox D100P cards with 2 providers.
Before there were installed FreeBSD6.2+Asterisk-1.4.21.
It's all right after installation, but after i was imported sip.conf & extensions.conf became trubles: sip calling is working, but city calls don't work.
What should I do with it?
I don't understand why Elastix web interface do not see extensions and other from my old config files!
Which config files contains changes, which was done from web interface?
???

Thanx a lot!
 

Alchemist

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There is only problem with outgoing calls:

Code:
 -- Executing [3658036@engtech:1] Dial("SIP/911-084ecf18", "Zap/g1/3658036|90|t") in new stack
    -- Requested transfer capability: 0x00 - SPEECH
    -- Called g1/3658036
    -- Zap/1-1 is proceeding passing it to SIP/911-084ecf18
    -- Channel 0/1, span 1 got hangup request, cause 28
    -- Hungup 'Zap/1-1'
  == Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:0/0/1)
  == Auto fallthrough, channel 'SIP/911-084ecf18' status is 'CHANUNAVAIL'
 

dicko

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both sip.conf and extensions.conf are core files in Freepbx, and should never be touched. If you mean "overwriting" and not importing, then I believe you have broken it, you can happily mess with the all the *custom* files, (at your own risk) but the dynamic setup are in general in the *additional* files and are regenerated from the internally stored databases, which are in turn generated by your interaction with the web interface.
For a fuller explanation of Elastix and FreePBX, I suggest you download, and read "Elastix without Tears" available on this site.
 

Alchemist

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I just have copied this files to /etc/asterisk/ and then it works, partly :)
Now i understand all this things and i think that right way is configuring Elastix from the zero point through the web interface.
PS: "Elastix without Tears" - very good and full manual.

Thanx!
 

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