[asterisk-tech] asterisk DoS ?
David.Hill at alcatel-lucent.co.za
Tue Feb 27 10:32:06 SAST 2007
I had something similar ages ago. Check that you are not loading the
TDMoE driver, it generates 2Mb/s of consistent traffic on the Ethernet
and causes Asterisk to get itself confused. So to do this make sure that
there is no eth in /etc/zaptel.conf and do a lsmod | grep zaptel and
make sure that ztd_eth is not loaded. If it is then unload it and see
how it goes.
From: tech-bounces at asterisk.org.za [mailto:tech-bounces at asterisk.org.za]
On Behalf Of Shaun Rampersad
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2007 8:58 AM
To: Asterisk Tech
Subject: [asterisk-tech] asterisk DoS ?
I've been having issues with asterisk and I dont know where else to
look. It seems like a DoS attack.
1 TDM board with 2 fxo modules and 2 incoming lines.
3 Snom 300 phones on network.
when a user tries to dial, they get a constant distorted noise. They
cannot dial out with the phones. When I log in to the CLI I can dial
out using the dial command. I've changed the bindaddress in sip.conf
to the static server name, but that does not seem to help. It seems
like the sip phones are flooding the network.
I'm out of options here. Can someone please point me in the right
Bsc Hons (Computer Science), RHCE
+27 83 652 5603 (C)
shaun at accendo.co.za
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