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nhoague

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Hello all,

I use nexvortex (NV) as my SIP provider, and recently some customers have been complaining that their alternate phone (mobiles) are ringing randomly instead of their PBX system. After talking with NV support they have told me that these calls show that Operator did not accept the INVITE for the call and therefore NV routed the call to a backup phone number. After looking more at the logs in Operator I see alot of lines like this ...

[11/Feb/2014 10:05:51] Asterisk: Authentication failed from host 66.23.190.100 (uri:<sip:+13035551234<_at_>66.23.190.10:5060>). Attempts: 1.
[11/Feb/2014 10:22:58] Asterisk: Authentication failed from host 66.23.190.100 (uri:<sip:+13035551234<_at_>66.23.190.10:5060>). Attempts: 2.

This is one of NV's IP addresses, but why would it be trying to authenticate? Why would Operator fail it?
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