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Post by jmin on Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:20 pm


I've got FreeSBC installed on a KVM with no initial issues.
This KVM VM has two interfaces, one facing to public and the other facing the private network where PBX resides.
When VM booted first time I configured such interfaces (via console) so they get the proper IP addresses, such way I can get the installation web on port 12358.
The installer forces both interfaces to be named voip0 and voip1 (that originally were eth0 and eth1).
Once installer ends and the VM restarts, the interfaces are never get up.
I verify that /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-voip[0,1] are OK, as well as /etc/udev/rules.d/70-net-persistent.rules
OS claims that voip0 and voip1 does not exists, even the rules are --apparently-- well set.

Any help or tip will be trully appreciated.

Thank you so much.


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Post by Admin on Thu Jun 06, 2019 1:28 am


You don't need to assign IP addresses for VoIP interfaces from FreeSBC console. Just modify Management IP from the console and login with that management IP address.

In your case, you will need 3 interfaces, 1 for management and 2 for VoIP. After connecting to FreeSBC from the management IP address, you can select 2 other interfaces as VoIP interfaces. You need to configure the IP address of the VoIP interfaces after initial configuration finished from the web portal.

You can check our wiki for all installation and configuration steps of the FreeSBC.


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