If not replace the hostname with the ip address >> http://192.168.1.xxx/admin The path may not match your vhost file in Apache2. I am more convinced to change to a FreePBX Distro now... I finally got all of those resolved by getting everything in "Module Admin" installed and up to date. It's also answered in full if the link above was followed and someone just did their own research (by following threads and links starting with the one above) ^^ Heres the Check This Out
Just trying to learn from the masters... I also urge people not to flag posts for 'Inappropriate' when they aren't - this post wasn't inappropriate, it was just wrong. Here is the traditional way (https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/httpd.html) to make vhost using separate host files. share|improve this answer answered Apr 29 '13 at 7:03 deep 1 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Try to use sudo, to run asterisk -r that works for me http://community.freepbx.org/t/unable-to-connect-to-asterisk-manager/34112
That should restart asterisk which seemed to be a problem after reboots. Try running "fwconsole restart" from the root console. I believe pabx.local is specific to the machine.
Copyright © 2010-2012 Stefan Wintermeyer. Since the PBX will not be public anyway, I don't mind leaving them. volkswagnerJuly 15th, 2012, 08:42 PMFor a dead simple Asterisk 1.8 setup on Ubuntu or Debian check out freedoh.net (http://www.freedoh.net/freedoh.html) for a great install script which will get Asterisk and Freepbx up Cannot Connect To Asterisk Freepbx Ran fwconsole to change permissions.
I'll change the database now in the scripts to asterisk tomageSeptember 14th, 2011, 12:44 PMI'm all for creating your own solution and I ran my own self-rolled Deb based Asterisk PBX Freepbx Can Not Connect To Asterisk If Asterisk is not running as the user "asterisk" FreePBX isn't going to be able to connect to it and you're going to see that error. You'll need the ip of the pbx machine, and change the following to reflect such. Why not try it?
Pasted image799x244 19.5 KB I should explain that our forum software (Discourse) is highly self-moderating. [exception] Unable To Connect To Asterisk. Did It Start? Without this information it is not possible to offer specific help. I am using the Freepbx distro (with CentOS) that is version 220.127.116.11.On top of this instillation, I have also installed FOP2 and Asternic Call Statistics (This is most likely unneeded information, Inside /etc/apache2/envvars replace the www-data user and group with asterisk. 3.
Asterisk Call Manager/1.1 By all indications the various Astersik Management Portal passwords should match up, in the /etc/amportal.conf, /etc/asterisk/manager.conf, and possibly in the GUI. Could not login to the manager interface without it mysql -u root -p dbname change f4cf50302526d3ebc5726f27479a4801691359e9 to the hash you generated in the previous step update ampusers set password_sha1 = 'f4cf50302526d3ebc5726f27479a4801691359e9' Freepbx 13 Cannot Connect To Asterisk They even have an OpenVZ image for Proxmox and a VMWare image. Freepbx Cannot Connect To Asterisk After Reboot Exception->() /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf:24 However, if I reload FreePBX through the terminal, with command amportal a r or fwconsole reload then it succeeds and I simply refresh the GUI and the Apply Config
Maybe a log or command you would like me to try? http://rinfix.com/connect-to/this-computer-cannot-connect-to.html Looked at /var/log/asterisk/full and it told me exactly where the problem was. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Here is the error output: laptop:~/freepbx-2.9.0$ sudo ./install_amp Checking for PEAR DB..OK Checking for PEAR Console::Getopt..OK Checking user..OK Checking if Asterisk is running..running with PID: 13280..OK Checking for /etc/amportal.conf..OK Reading /etc/amportal.conf..OK 1. Exception->() /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf:13
Problem with function inside brackets. If the installer requires PEAR and your system doesn't have it (as the message indicates), then install PEAR and proceed. You may find a list with sparse details at http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/asterisk+manager+events. http://rinfix.com/connect-to/ubuntu-12-04-cannot-connect-to-lan.html lhalepH (Lazaros H) 2016-04-05 15:04:06 UTC #9 After following on two different machines default installations of Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS and the guides fromhttp://wiki.freepbx.org/display/FOP/Version+12.0+Installationhttp://wiki.freepbx.org/display/FOP/Version+13.0+Installation both fail then I start experimenting trying to
Got fwconsole working. Unable To Connect To Asterisk Manager From /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf, Aborting Note you need to run this as root to gain privileges to connect. share|improve this answer answered Feb 19 '14 at 12:32 BillyBigPotatoes 1,152622 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote This is common problem for asterisk and this works for me sudo
Your sample code creates DB dbname, but the scripts reference asterisk. Just check /etc/asterisk/manager.conf and /var/www/html/recordings/includes/main.conf.php for passwords. Log In Unable to connect to Asterisk Manager FreePBX Installation lhalepH (Lazaros H) 2016-03-29 21:48:18 UTC #1 Hi,On a brand new installation of ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS, with Asterisk 13.7.2, and FreePBX Connection Attmempt To Ami Failed after a fresh install it is very weird cynjut (Dave Burgess) 2016-03-30 13:46:22 UTC #4 I was having a problem setting up FreePBX on an old PIAF system using the "Upgrader".
now you are able to play on asterisk CLI whatever you want. SkykingOH 2011-12-20 20:43:06 UTC #6 In FreePBX 2.5 the manager settings are in /etc/amportal.conf They need to match the settings in /etc/asterisk/manager.conf FreePBX 2.5 is very old. What is the hostname of your pbx? navigate here If you installed via a distro - then the init.d scripts are usually supplied as standard.
amportal kill chown -R asterisk:asterisk /var/run/asterisk sed -i '/END INIT INFO/a AST_USER="asterisk"\nAST_GROUP="asterisk"' /etc/init.d/asterisk sed -i 's|exit 0|/usr/local/sbin/amportal restart\nexit 0|' /etc/rc.local amportal restart sed -i 's|;runuser|runuser|' /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf sed -i 's|;rungroup|rungroup|' /etc/asterisk/asterisk.conf reboot