On 2012-02-28 21:22:44 +0000, Kevin P. Fleming said:
A serious bug with IAX2 trunking in recent versions of Asterisk (you did not mention what version you are using) was just resolved last week. You should test with 'trunk=no' to see if that is the cause of your problem; it seems very likely.
For the record: 184.108.40.206~dfsg-1 (via Debian packages).I've tried "trunk=no", and it might have made a difference (I'll have a better idea after some more testing.)
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