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    Quote Originally Posted by sky_09 View Post
    Need HELP...

    i have installed zcs 6, zimlet for asterisk and asterisk server,,
    anything goes right,, but when client A call to client B it can't happen, in GUI no error,, but
    when i see in /opt/zimbra/log/mailbox.log i get error like

    PWC6032: Unable to load tag handler class "com.zimbra.cs.taglib.ZimletConfig" for tag "z:zimletconfig"

    i hope u will response my question, i'm sorry for my english...
    i've solve my problem,, just update asterisk to ver 1.6.x.x and zcs 6.0.12,,
    but i 've get new problem,

    in my asterisk cli,, he said,

    --Got SIP response 482 "Loop Detected" back from 192.168.3.2
    >Channel SIP/101-09c402e8 was never answer

    any idea,, how to solve it??

    i have one question,, client use zimbra from his browser (mozilla/http) and when he call another client his use browser too.. and my question,, what voip can works over http??? because i see in my asterisk 1.6 cli, he use RTP (real time protocol)..??

    what i need addons???

    i hope someone can solved my problem... pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......
    thanks...
    Last edited by sky_09; 05-12-2011 at 09:17 PM. Reason: adding a question..

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    Sorry SIP uses RTP as part of its transport. You cannot use HTTP/S.

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    Smile this is the problem

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    okey that was a problem...any idea to resolve it

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    Check the AMI username and password and that the allow statement will let your Asterisk server connect.

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    Default nice to meet you uxbod

    Check the AMI username and password and that the allow statement will let your Asterisk server connect.
    where can i check the AMI..
    is it in trixbox, isn`t it...??

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    Yes it will be in Tribox. AMI = Asterisk Manager Interface.

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    Default thanks ubod..

    thanks a lot ubod...
    i`ll try....


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    Default still confused

    hai ubod...
    i`m still confused when i configure in trixbox.
    can you show me, the contain of files that i have to configure.
    sip.conf
    extensions.conf
    voicemail.conf
    manager.conf



    thank you.

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    Hello, fuadprasetyo77. I haven't configured this in a long time so I am only guessing but are you sure your permit statement in manager.conf is correct? I'm guessing that should be the address of the Zimbra server yet it is the same as your bindaddr statement which I assume is the address of your Asterisk server.
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    thanks for your help gracedman,, it helps me

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