[jitsi-dev] add sip account


#1

From: J.Witvliet@mindef.nl [mailto:J.Witvliet@mindef.nl]

Hi,

Perhaps someone can enlighten me on this...
(jitsi_1.0)

When I add a SIP-account, of the first tab I see field for SIP-id.
On the next tab, I see "authorization name".
What is the difference between those two?
I presume that the sip-id and its pwd are needed to perform a sip-register, not?

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can not be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1 feature?

Kind regards, Hans

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Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 1:48 PM
To: users@jitsi.java.net
Cc: hwit@a-domani.nl
Subject: [jitsi-users] add sip account

-----Original Message-----

Looks like all users are on their annual summer leave.
Any devel's still around?

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#2

I have no clue what authorization name is but i have it empty. And sip
id is just your sip server username like user@ippi.fr

rndbit

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On 2012-07-26 11:24, J.Witvliet@mindef.nl wrote:

-----Original Message-----
From: J.Witvliet@mindef.nl [mailto:J.Witvliet@mindef.nl]
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 1:48 PM
To: users@jitsi.java.net
Cc: hwit@a-domani.nl
Subject: [jitsi-users] add sip account

Hi,

Perhaps someone can enlighten me on this...
(jitsi_1.0)

When I add a SIP-account, of the first tab I see field for SIP-id.
On the next tab, I see "authorization name".
What is the difference between those two?
I presume that the sip-id and its pwd are needed to perform a sip-register, not?

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can not be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1 feature?

Kind regards, Hans
-----Original Message-----

Looks like all users are on their annual summer leave.
Any devel's still around?

______________________________________________________________________
Dit bericht kan informatie bevatten die niet voor u is bestemd. Indien u niet de geadresseerde bent of dit bericht abusievelijk aan u is toegezonden, wordt u verzocht dat aan de afzender te melden en het bericht te verwijderen. De Staat aanvaardt geen aansprakelijkheid voor schade, van welke aard ook, die verband houdt met risico's verbonden aan het elektronisch verzenden van berichten.

This message may contain information that is not intended for you. If you are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are requested to inform the sender and delete the message. The State accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the electronic transmission of messages.


#3

Hey

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can

not

be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1

feature?

The dropdown there lets you select a certificate template. These are
configured under Tools->Options->Advanced->TLS Configuration.

Regards,
Ingo

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#4

From: Ingo Bauersachs [mailto:ingo@sip-communicator.org] On Behalf Of Ingo Bauersachs

Hey

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can

not

be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1

feature?

The dropdown there lets you select a certificate template. These are
configured under Tools->Options->Advanced->TLS Configuration.

Regards,
Ingo

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-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2012 10:01 PM
To: dev@jitsi.java.net
Subject: [jitsi-dev] Re: add sip account

-----Original Message-----

Ah, I see!
Indeed, I can now select some of my selfsigned p12s.
I'll spent some line/screendumps on it in my doc for my colleage's...

Only drawback is that at work none of the key's are file-based, but stored on a card.
I presume there are no plans yet to include the trick like firefox does, where you can point to keys/certs on a card?

Hans

______________________________________________________________________
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#5

Hi,

In SIP you can authenticate against a server and then register as another user ID (if the server allows it).

Thats why most SIP clients have two user fields.

You can normally get away with filling in both the same.

Thanks
Tom

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On 26/07/12 09:44, rndbit wrote:

I have no clue what authorization name is but i have it empty. And sip
id is just your sip server username like user@ippi.fr

rndbit
On 2012-07-26 11:24, J.Witvliet@mindef.nl wrote:

-----Original Message-----
From: J.Witvliet@mindef.nl [mailto:J.Witvliet@mindef.nl]
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 1:48 PM
To: users@jitsi.java.net
Cc: hwit@a-domani.nl
Subject: [jitsi-users] add sip account

Hi,

Perhaps someone can enlighten me on this...
(jitsi_1.0)

When I add a SIP-account, of the first tab I see field for SIP-id.
On the next tab, I see "authorization name".
What is the difference between those two?
I presume that the sip-id and its pwd are needed to perform a sip-register, not?

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can not be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1 feature?

Kind regards, Hans
-----Original Message-----

Looks like all users are on their annual summer leave.
Any devel's still around?

______________________________________________________________________
Dit bericht kan informatie bevatten die niet voor u is bestemd. Indien u niet de geadresseerde bent of dit bericht abusievelijk aan u is toegezonden, wordt u verzocht dat aan de afzender te melden en het bericht te verwijderen. De Staat aanvaardt geen aansprakelijkheid voor schade, van welke aard ook, die verband houdt met risico's verbonden aan het elektronisch verzenden van berichten.

This message may contain information that is not intended for you. If you are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are requested to inform the sender and delete the message. The State accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the electronic transmission of messages.


#6

Correct. Most of the time you should be able to configure a SIP
account without opening the advanced settings at all. Just type
username@example.com and your password and you are done.

Some servers however use different values for username and SIP uri.
In such cases one would often be a phone number and the other would be
your login id ... or something like that.

That's why we allow you to set different names there.

Hope this helps,
Emil

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On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 10:45 AM, Tom Parrott <tomp@tomp.co.uk> wrote:

Hi,

In SIP you can authenticate against a server and then register as another
user ID (if the server allows it).

Thats why most SIP clients have two user fields.

You can normally get away with filling in both the same.

Thanks
Tom

On 26/07/12 09:44, rndbit wrote:

I have no clue what authorization name is but i have it empty. And sip
id is just your sip server username like user@ippi.fr

rndbit
On 2012-07-26 11:24, J.Witvliet@mindef.nl wrote:

-----Original Message-----
From: J.Witvliet@mindef.nl [mailto:J.Witvliet@mindef.nl]
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 1:48 PM
To: users@jitsi.java.net
Cc: hwit@a-domani.nl
Subject: [jitsi-users] add sip account

Hi,

Perhaps someone can enlighten me on this...
(jitsi_1.0)

When I add a SIP-account, of the first tab I see field for SIP-id.
On the next tab, I see "authorization name".
What is the difference between those two?
I presume that the sip-id and its pwd are needed to perform a
sip-register, not?

Secondly, the "client TLS certificate" is default set to <none> and can
not be changed to something else.
Is authentification by means of a client certificate perhaps a 1.1
feature?

Kind regards, Hans
-----Original Message-----

Looks like all users are on their annual summer leave.
Any devel's still around?

______________________________________________________________________
Dit bericht kan informatie bevatten die niet voor u is bestemd. Indien u
niet de geadresseerde bent of dit bericht abusievelijk aan u is toegezonden,
wordt u verzocht dat aan de afzender te melden en het bericht te
verwijderen. De Staat aanvaardt geen aansprakelijkheid voor schade, van
welke aard ook, die verband houdt met risico's verbonden aan het
elektronisch verzenden van berichten.

This message may contain information that is not intended for you. If you
are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are
requested to inform the sender and delete the message. The State accepts no
liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the
electronic transmission of messages.


#7

Ah, I see!
Indeed, I can now select some of my selfsigned p12s.
I'll spent some line/screendumps on it in my doc for my colleage's...

Only drawback is that at work none of the key's are file-based, but stored

on

a card.
I presume there are no plans yet to include the trick like firefox does,
where you can point to keys/certs on a card?

You may point a configuration entry to the PKCS#11 library responsible for
you card. It should the list the available certificates of the card.
Unfortunately it is not possible to use the Windows CAPI for accessing
system stored certificates without non open-source 3rd-party libraries.
Beware though that this feature is relatively new. Don't be surprised if you
encounter an issue.

Regards,
Ingo