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Re: [Linphone-developers] bug+patch: Identifies with IP6 to IP4 hosts wi

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] bug+patch: Identifies with IP6 to IP4 hosts with dual AAAA/A DNS resource record
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2010 22:18:22 +0200

Hi Lionel,

Thanks a lot for reporting with problem with much details.
The patch does not apply to git tree, but no problem I made the change
manually as it was trivial. So the bug should be fixed in next release.

Best regards


Le lundi 26 avril 2010 à 21:33 +0200, Lionel Elie Mamane a écrit :
> This is bug #578950 in the Debian bug tracker:
> Please keep address@hidden, address@hidden
> and address@hidden as CC in the discussion (M-F-T is set).
> When
>  - the SIP server has both A and AAAA records in DNS
>  - linphone is configured to use IPv4, not IPv6
> linphone speaks over IPv4 to the server, but puts an IPv6 address in
> the SIP messages. This, at least in the case where Asterisk is the
> server (and probably for other servers that don't implement IPv6)
> makes calls not work. (registration works)
> The attached patch (against v3.2.1) fixes the issue.
> Analysis:
> Abstract from the debug log:
>  linphonec> call 500
>  ortp-message-Local interface to reach is 2001:960:2:97::2.
> First sign of trouble: linphone identifies its own IP as an IPv6...
>  ortp-message-getaddrinfo returned the following addresses:
>  ortp-message- port 5060
>  ortp-message-Message sent: (to dest=
> but OK, it still speaks to the server over IPv4
>  v=0
>  o=lionel 123456 654321 IN IP6 2001:960:2:97::2
>  s=A conversation
>  c=IN IP6 2001:960:2:97::2
> the IP6 address there makes Asterisk balk. The Asterisk log says:
>  WARNING[3678] chan_sip.c: Invalid host in c= line, 'IN IP6 2001:960:2:97::2'
> and it returns this message to Linphone:
> ortp-message-Received message: SIP/2.0 488 Not acceptable here
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