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Tim Rudy
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I have installed pbxnsip (most recent download) on Linux. I'm running it in /var/pbx. Starts ok. Can web in, set password and parameters, but, it doesnt recognize the dongle's mac. It sees the two Gigabit Ethernet adapters on the HP DL360, but not the USB dongle. I know the USB's work because I tried a keyboard in them. Any ideas? Here is my log file.

 

[1] 2008/03/07 01:01:53: Starting up version 2.1.6.2448

[0] 2008/03/07 01:01:53: Init_MatrixAPI Return-Code: -20

[0] 2008/03/07 01:01:53: License: Dongle mismatch: does not match 461D9952

[1] 2008/03/07 01:01:53: Working Directory is /var/pbx

[0] 2008/03/07 01:01:54: Init_MatrixAPI Return-Code: -20

[0] 2008/03/07 01:01:54: License: Dongle mismatch: does not match 461D9952

[5] 2008/03/07 01:01:54: Starting threads

[5] 2008/03/07 01:01:54: Set scheduling priority to 1

[2] 2008/03/07 01:01:54: Set processor affinity to 1 failed

 

I verified the MAC Addy, it is same as sticker on dongle.

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We have also given up on Windows server and need to migrate to Linux do to the cost of supporting a Windows server for one application - PBXnSIP. Redhat trimmed down to just the kernel, network and hardware devs is much more manageable. I can swing a stick and find a Linux sys admin that doesn't ask for my firstborn in payment. But we need the dongle support ASAP or we are back to the MAC string with no quick way to swap servers if the customer box has hardware problems.

 

Any way to get this into 2.1.10?

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We have also given up on Windows server and need to migrate to Linux do to the cost of supporting a Windows server for one application - PBXnSIP. Redhat trimmed down to just the kernel, network and hardware devs is much more manageable. I can swing a stick and find a Linux sys admin that doesn't ask for my firstborn in payment. But we need the dongle support ASAP or we are back to the MAC string with no quick way to swap servers if the customer box has hardware problems.

 

Can you copy your Linux config to another directory and the the redhat-image on this: http://www.pbxnsip.com/protect/pbxctrl-rhes4-3.0.0.2905.

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