Cannot Receive Connections or Make Connections to Other Allstar Nodes

Hint Thing(s) to try
Is Asterisk Running? Type asterisk -r at the shell prompt, and see if you can access the Asterisk CLI. If you can access the asterisk CLI, then watch the console output while trying to connect and note what happens. if there is no output, proceed to the next thing to try. If there is output, not what errors or warnings you see on the console and ask a question about them on the mailing list. Please note that the error message: WARNING[5765]: file.c:xxxx waitstream_core: Unexpected control subclass '13' is a expected warning
Connectivity issues? Try issuing a ping command from the shell to something on your local network. If that works, try pinging google.com.If you get an error that google.com can't be found, check your DNS server settings in /etc/resolv.conf to see if they are correct. If they are incorrect, correct them, save the file, and reboot. If you are running Limey Linux and you change the IP addresses in /etc/resolv.conf, don't forget to run the svcfg command from the shell prompt.
Do you have a current rpt_extnodes file? Check to see that rpt_extnodes exists in the /var/lib/asterisk directory. Change directories to /var/lib/asterisk: cd /var/lib/asterisk. Type ls and make sure the file rpt_extnodes is listed. If it is not listed, you may have a problem with node registration, an invalid node number or bad password. Check your registration settings in /etc/iax.conf to see if they are correct.
Registration issues? Does your node number show on a green background on allstarlink.org?. If not, your node may not be registering properly to register.allstarlink.org. Check the registration statement in /etc/asterisk/iax.conf and make sure the node number and password are correct