Selective output of /etc/amportal.conf: AMPDBHOST=localhost AMPDBENGINE=mysql AMPDBUSER=asteriskuser AMPDBPASS=My_Secret AMPENGINE=asterisk AMPMGRUSER=admin AMPMGRPASS=My_Secret Selective output of /etc/asterisk/manager.conf [admin] secret = My_Secret deny=0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 permit=127.0.0.1/255.255.255.0,192.168.20.0/255.255.255.0 Image of Password Update success When I access FreePBX directly 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 I hate it when threads are left open and unfinished... I finally got all of those resolved by getting everything in "Module Admin" installed and up to date. Check This Out
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Are you still using Asterisk Now? The password has been changed, and FreePBX is working fine. Possible values are:" >> /etc/selinux/configecho "# targeted - Only targeted network daemons are protected." >> /etc/selinux/configecho "# strict - Full SELinux protection." >> /etc/selinux/configecho "SELINUXTYPE=targeted" >> /etc/selinux/configecho "# SETLOCALDEFS= Check local Asterisk Is Not Connected khemystOctober 27th, 2012, 12:39 AMThis worked awesome.
I have taken all obvious steps, such as restarting the server, etc. I'll post my results here momentarily. Got a complaint about language sound files. Although, it shouldn't make a difference for test purposes.
Any suggestions? Exception->() /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf:30 jamiehankins 2011-08-06 23:58:21 UTC #14 Well, the bad news is that someone definitely needed this info. Include path: Am I the only one trying to follow step by step the guides and failing? The general section is used to configure if it is turned on and what ip / port it runs on.
It seems you did not use the same mysql username and password in this step GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO [email protected] IDENTIFIED BY 'dbpassword'; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON asterisk.* TO You've configured asterisk to use 1234 for the manager password so you have to change it in /etc/amportal.conf also. 0 Featured Post Enabling OSINT in Activity Based Intelligence Promoted by Recorded Freepbx Unable To Connect To Asterisk Manager From /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf, Aborting WRT your question, did your restart Asterisk? Freepbx 13 Cannot Connect To Asterisk From what I can tell all of my administrator usernames and passwords match up in the configuration files that I could find/etc/asterisk/manager.conf/etc/asterisk/manager_custom.conf/etc/amportal.conf As per the recommended fix that other people have
Browse other questions tagged asterisk upgrade elastix or ask your own question. his comment is here During the freepbx install change the location of the web files from the default /var/www/html into /var/www which I believe is the apache2 default under debian. I am running FreePBX 188.8.131.52. vasiliyw 2012-11-12 18:49:16 UTC #9 OK well something with the virtual server is not letting the asterisk user execute commands and it seems to not be a linux level thing as 1. Exception->() /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf:13
I tried going back to the beginning with no luck. but it was a password I had changed while testing. Simple work around would be to add an entry to /etc/hosts on the machine you are trying from. this contact form well, hopefully.
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I really, really appreciate it. FreePBX rewrites the file and trashes Asterisk installation. The solution for me was to just recreate the hash for the password I chose and poke it into the database I also found I couldnt enable Hidden settings and Read Reload Failed Because Retrieve_conf Encountered An Error: 1 I need my VOIP system working, so I like having a rock solid platform to work from.
I would very much like to change the password, but the normal methods just don't seem to be working. -- Wentil Wentil 2011-05-31 00:05:36 UTC #7 Might anyone else have experienced Is there some other area in the FreePBX GUI to change the Asterisk Manager Password, other than the Hidden area under the Advanced Settings tab? I believe pabx.local is specific to the machine. navigate here In the To field, type your recipient's fax number @efaxsend.com.
Can anyone lend a hand? Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. tomageSeptember 14th, 2011, 12:36 PMMy guess is they (like me) did not use the same database name. I did not change any of the freepbx.conf, amportel.conf, or manager.conf files, just made sure they match, and they do, but I still get the same error: Reload failed because retrieve_conf
First, add www-data to asterisk group: sudo adduser www-data asterisk Fix the permissions from amportal, add these lines to the end of /etc/amportal.conf: AMPASTERISKUSER=www-data AMPASTERISKGROUP=asterisk AMPASTERISKWEBUSER=www-data AMPASTERISKWEBGROUP=asterisk sudo vi + /etc/amportal.conf In the meanwhile, I can just keep changing it by hand... I found this thread by searching for errors from the original poster. Everything worked fine.
Why not try it? I decided to replace www-data both user and group in that file. I still do not know where that password was stored. Covered by US Patent.
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