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Re: [Sipwitch-devel] My testing setup

From: Steve Murphy
Subject: Re: [Sipwitch-devel] My testing setup
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 18:45:39 +0100
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Just a stab in the dark , but I would try moving everything away from 5060 to check the ISP isn't messing with SIP traffic. Sorry I can't tell you how to do this!

On 02/27/2012 03:35 PM, Gernot Super wrote:
System: Debian Squeeze with the latest sipwitch behind router(ports 5060,5061 forwarded),, user1 running on local pc where sipwitch server is installed, user2 external, Clients: Jitsi (latest beta nightly)


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<user id="user1">
<secret>user1</secret> <extension>201</extension> <display>USER1 - Jitsi at local pc where sipwitch server is running</display>
<user id="user2">
<secret>user2</secret> <extension>202</extension> <display>USER2 - Jitsi - external via usb-key</display>
<!-- ring every 4 seconds -->
<!-- call forward no answer after x rings -->
<!-- call reset to clear cid in stack, 6 seconds -->
<realm>output from 'sipwitch realm'</realm>

Since debian started sipwitch after installation i had to stop it first. Afterwards i edited the configuration file and started sipwitch with sipw -x9 -f. Then executed jitsi on the same pc, added address@hidden and password - user1 was recognised from the server with the external dyndns-IP, registered and activated. Jitsi says user1 is online.

So far so good. Fired up another pc, internet-connection with usb-key, started jisti, added address@hidden --> Jitsi: Could not connect. --> sipwitch: no sign of connection
Both logfiles not informative :-(

ANY help would be very appreciated.

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