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Thank you, I will make sure we're all up to date, and since we aren't accessible from the internet, comment out those lines if there's still an issue.
Can we get some help on this please?
So I've let this go on for a long time. We still get the error "You do not have permissions to access this resource".
I am on CentOS with FreePBX. There isn't a file on the server named memcache*
How would you recommend I go about fixing the issue based on this information?
I have had the same issue multiple times after running certain upgrades and updates in FreePBX.
To fix it, simply run [code]/usr/local/fop2/fop2_server --revoke[/code] and enter your license key. Then run [code]/usr/local/fop2/fop2_server --register[/code] and enter your license key again, followed by a [code]service fop2 restart[/code]
That did the trick for me.
So, like mentioned in this post, I see "You do not have permissions to access this resource" on the Call History plugin (so it shows on the front panel) often, but if I log out and back on, it will usually correctly show the call history.
I don't have a memcache.ini file in the php.d folder. How can I apply option 1: "Start the memcache daemon and enable it at boot" instead?
Goodness, it sure did. The thing is, I did restart it before, but from fop2/admin GUI. Is that different than running the command service fop2 restart?
Can you connect to the chat server with an external client like pigeon? If so, what are the required ports and credentials?
Same thing happens with me, even after reloads. What I noticed is the next day or two, if I leave the user/extension there in fop2/admin, it eventually shows up. Not sure the rhyme or reason.
Call (actually calls now) still going.
So I dialed *720, and *730 yesterday in attempt to get "call forwarding all prompt" to work, where you can set call forwarding for a remote extension other than your own. I later found out that freepbx and/or asterisk changed it to *93, as the 0 in *720 was causing issues.
Anyway, I now am showing to my employees as continually on a call (see attachment). I restarted FOP2 and Asterisk.