Starting over - Freeswitch setup
Ok, I want to have the freeswitch package running, I've started all over again on the setup.
First thing, I deleted the lan.xml profile, so now I have 4 profiles in the status:
internal profile sip:firstname.lastname@example.org:5060 RUNNING (0) external profile sip:email@example.com:5080 RUNNING (0) musimi.dk gateway sip:firstname.lastname@example.org REGED 10.11.12.25 alias internal ALIASED
Where 10.11.12.25 is the pfsense box. Looking in the guide, there are also an alias that reads
default alias internal ALIASED
But I don't see that?
I'm to the best of my abilities following http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Multi_home_tutorial
I've altered the internal.xml as per the instructions, and I've created two profiles for my softphones.
When I do a```
sofia status profile internal
Domain Name N/A
Challenge Realm auto_from
First thing to do is register some phones, but already things are going wrong: When I start a softphone I get this error:
2010-01-10 09:54:56.661527 [WARNING] sofia_reg.c:1755 Can't find user [email@example.com]
You must define a domain called '83.89.x.x' in your directory and add a user with the id="1001" attribute
and you must configure your device to use the proper domain in it's authentication credentials.
Huh? The file directory/default.xml reads
So that should be the domain, but ??? It's very confusing :-)
Hmmm, looking at it, it seams that some configs are not removed???
How do I make absolutely sure that all configs are gone when doing a remove package?
So that I can start from a clean slate?
Supermule Banned last edited by
Well, I've removed the package, and put it back in.
I really don't want to reinstall the entire pfsense all over again.
But somehow some of the config was retained somehow.
TreeTopFlyer last edited by
Not sure if this is the correct way, but I've gone in to /cf/conf/config.xml and removed package info before when I wanted to do a clean install of a package. Remove the package first then edit the config.xml to remove the settings, then reinstall the package.
I've always kinda wondered why removing a package doesn't remove the settings from the config file . . . ???
Thanks TreeTopFlyer, WinSCP is your friend, that got rid of it!