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Re: [Linphone-users] Why is Linphone apparently mixing SIP and SIPS sche
Re: [Linphone-users] Why is Linphone apparently mixing SIP and SIPS schemes?
Fri, 5 Nov 2021 17:30:39 +0100
Are you sure this is Linphone and not asterisk presentation only?
transport=tls suggests the connection is encrypted.
On Fri, 05.Nov.21 12:00:20 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2021 10:47:29 +0100
> From: Javier Fern?ndez Aparicio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
> Hi everyone,
> I'm building a PABX system with Asterisk and FreePBX and I need trustworthy
> phones to perform tests, that's why I'm using Linphone. The problem is that
> I need to secure all communications so I'm using `sips` for the URIs,
> however, I can see in the asterisk logger a mix between sip and sips
> Why is this happening? Apparently once I use the sips scheme all
> communications should be forced to also use sips.
> As you can see in this asterisk log
> https://jfernandz.me/~wyre/linphone-linphone_2.log, both contacts (phones)
> are apparently registered using the sips scheme:
> asc3*CLI> pjsip show contacts
> Contact: <Aor/ContactUri..............................> <Hash....>
> <Status> <RTT(ms)..>
> Contact: 035000/sips:email@example.com:41856;transport b131d6fe7e Avail
> Contact: 052002/sips:firstname.lastname@example.org:45504;transport= 2a6084e8d3 Avail
> Objects found: 2
> I've placed a test call between two linphone clients and you can see a mix
> between sip and sips schemes, for example, I can see
> Contact: <sip:email@example.com:41856
> I think this could be causing the placed call is hungup immediately. Is
> there some way to force sips usage in your Linphone client app?
> Thank you all. BR.
> *Javier Fern?ndez Aparicio*
> *DevOps Engineer*
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