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Re: [Linphone-developers] Outbound Proxy: linphone sends wrong request U

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Outbound Proxy: linphone sends wrong request URI
Date: 25 Aug 2002 12:57:17 +0200


You 're right: the sip uri is wrong, I don't know why.
Aymeric Moizard recently patched the user agent library of linphone to
make it compliant with sip 's new RFC. Just try it, I think it should
solve the problem.
The message of Aymeric has been posted to linphon-developers mailing
list, you should have received it. If not you can consult the mailing
list archive.
Concerning your proxy: do you know the existence of partysip ? It's a
generic proxy from Aymeric (, that supports
plugins. It already does all the work of a proxy, but does rewrites SDP
messages and do masquerading. Perhaps it can help you.
Le ven 16/08/2002 à 21:09, address@hidden a écrit :
> Concerns: linphone-0.9.0pre4 (build against libosip-0.8.8)
> Hi there,
> I make use of the 'Outbound Proxy' feature of linphone. Now
> I found what I believe to be an error in linphone when establishing
> an outgoing session (sending an INVITE request).
> Linphone puts the Proxys name/IP-address into the SIP request URI.
> Username and port number are taken from the given SIP address to
> be called. I did not check in all details with RFC 2543, but my
> understanding is, that the request URI holds the final destination
> (SIP address).
> Example:
> I configure linphone to use an outbound proxy ( Then I
> initiate a call to <sip:address@hidden:5065>.
> Linphone will send an INVITE request to the outbound proxy with
> a request URI of <sip:address@hidden:5065> (the correct request
> URI would be: <sip:address@hidden:5065>).
> The version of linphone I tested before (0.7.1) did behave correctly
> (sending the final destination in the request URI).
> I am currently working on a small proxy/masquerading daemon that
> does rewriting of SIP messages, so a linphone can work across a 
> masquerading firewall. (Once it has reached a stable state, I might
> want to make this daemon available - as masquerading seems to be a
> topic that others are also interested into)
> I did not yet dig into the source code of linphone, I would appreciate
> a patch (would be excellent) or a hint where to look for the composition
> of the request URI in linphone.
> Regards,
> /Thomas
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