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Re: [Linphone-developers] patch + suggestions

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] patch + suggestions
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 14:13:52 +0100
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Thanks a lot.
I've sent the patch to the author of eXosip, it will be merged as soon as 
The problem about sip:something is that "something" can be a host name as well 
as a user name.
The algorithm should be a little more intelligent: if "something" cannot be 
resolved as a host AND a proxy is set, then try with address@hidden

I agree but I don't know when I'll have time to make the changes.


Le Mercredi 9 Février 2005 21:05, Taco Witte a écrit :
> Hi Linphone developers,
> After almost giving up I found out (inspired by [1]) that the
> "Cisco-SIPGateway/IOS-12.x" server used by sends "MD5"
> instead of MD5 during the authentication procedure. I'd suggest the
> attached patch (against 1.0.0pre8) to make it work.
> Then a suggestion: I noticed that using "sip:user" instead of
> "sip:address@hidden" doesn't work. Especially when using a proxy I think
> this is not expected behavior for users (when calling a POTS number, it
> needs to be followed by "@proxyserverlocation"). I'd suggest to default
> to the domain of the proxy (if one is used) or the domain of the user if
> no domain is specified.
> Last suggestion: (;-)) when I configured Linphone to use a proxy I was
> asked to enter a "SIP Identity" and "SIP Proxy". I didn't know what to
> enter, but must have guessed the right thing (two times my SIP address
> at the proxy) because it works. Maybe that dialog could be changed to
> e.g. what kphone does (something like "Server address" and "Username" as
> fields).
> Kind regards,
> Taco
> p.s. Please CC me on replies as I'm not subscribed to this list.
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