[jitsi-dev] Google Talk voice call opens 2 identical call windows on the caller side


#1

Hello,

With the recent revisions if i call via Jitsi it opens 2 identical call windows on me (caller) side. The other side opens 2 also, but one of them dissapears after a split second.
On my side, both windows look exactly the same and display the same information (seconds elapsed, received/sent audio levels are exactly the same on both) and clicking any of them interacts with the call the same way (hang up etc). Hanging up on one disconnects the call and both windows dissapear (one stays a bit longer, as long as it usually would have. Bandwidth and CPU usage looks like a single call.
Note that me and the other user are connected to the same VPN (and Jitsi always routes the call via it).
Jitsi is running on Debian 32-bit on both sides (testing and stable).

Had anyone encountered this?

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#2

Hi Kertesz,

It is a Google Voice call right ? In this case it is normal that you have two call windows: in Google Voice when you call an number (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com), you will have an XMPP redirect with a full JID with resources (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com/yyyyyy) and it is this one that will be the "true" call. The first call window should disapear when the second call is placed.

Can you send us your logs to see what happen (why your second call window does not close). Thanks.

Regards,

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Le 31/12/11 18:37, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

Hello,

With the recent revisions if i call via Jitsi it opens 2 identical call windows on me (caller) side. The other side opens 2 also, but one of them dissapears after a split second.
On my side, both windows look exactly the same and display the same information (seconds elapsed, received/sent audio levels are exactly the same on both) and clicking any of them interacts with the call the same way (hang up etc). Hanging up on one disconnects the call and both windows dissapear (one stays a bit longer, as long as it usually would have. Bandwidth and CPU usage looks like a single call.
Note that me and the other user are connected to the same VPN (and Jitsi always routes the call via it).
Jitsi is running on Debian 32-bit on both sides (testing and stable).

Had anyone encountered this?


#3

For the record, I get the same issue with regular XMPP and even SIP calls.
Of course, even with Google Voice, such behaviour couldn't really be
considered "normal" so we'd have to look into it :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Emil

Hi Kertesz,

It is a Google Voice call right ? In this case it is normal that you have

two call windows: in Google Voice when you call an number (
xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com), you will have an XMPP redirect with a full
JID with resources (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com/yyyyyy) and it is this one
that will be the "true" call. The first call window should disapear when
the second call is placed.

Can you send us your logs to see what happen (why your second call window

does not close). Thanks.

Regards,
--
Seb

Hello,

With the recent revisions if i call via Jitsi it opens 2 identical call

windows on me (caller) side. The other side opens 2 also, but one of them
dissapears after a split second.

On my side, both windows look exactly the same and display the same

information (seconds elapsed, received/sent audio levels are exactly the
same on both) and clicking any of them interacts with the call the same way
(hang up etc). Hanging up on one disconnects the call and both windows
dissapear (one stays a bit longer, as long as it usually would have.
Bandwidth and CPU usage looks like a single call.

Note that me and the other user are connected to the same VPN (and Jitsi

always routes the call via it).

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On Wednesday, January 4, 2012, Sebastien Vincent <seb@jitsi.org> wrote:

Le 31/12/11 18:37, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

Jitsi is running on Debian 32-bit on both sides (testing and stable).

Had anyone encountered this?

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#4

I have made some modification today so no second call window should appears in a Google Voice call.

Thanks for feedback.

Regards,

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Le 04/01/12 18:00, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

On Wed, 04 Jan 2012 10:08:58 +0200, Sebastien Vincent <seb@jitsi.org> > wrote:

Hi Kertesz,

It is a Google Voice call right ? In this case it is normal that you have two call windows: in Google Voice when you call an number (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com), you will have an XMPP redirect with a full JID with resources (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com/yyyyyy) and it is this one that will be the "true" call. The first call window should disapear when the second call is placed.

Can you send us your logs to see what happen (why your second call window does not close). Thanks.

A bit late for that. For some reason after 2 days i cannot reproduce the issue anymore (all works as it supposed).
I am thinking maybe the other side was logged in in google mail also? But nothing definitive.

--
Seb

Regards,
--
Seb

Le 31/12/11 18:37, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

Hello,

With the recent revisions if i call via Jitsi it opens 2 identical call windows on me (caller) side. The other side opens 2 also, but one of them dissapears after a split second.
On my side, both windows look exactly the same and display the same information (seconds elapsed, received/sent audio levels are exactly the same on both) and clicking any of them interacts with the call the same way (hang up etc). Hanging up on one disconnects the call and both windows dissapear (one stays a bit longer, as long as it usually would have. Bandwidth and CPU usage looks like a single call.
Note that me and the other user are connected to the same VPN (and Jitsi always routes the call via it).
Jitsi is running on Debian 32-bit on both sides (testing and stable).

Had anyone encountered this?


#5

I was actually having the same issue. Is there a nightly build that I could
download with this fix? Thanks.

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On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 9:09 AM, Sebastien Vincent <seb@jitsi.org> wrote:

Le 04/01/12 18:00, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

On Wed, 04 Jan 2012 10:08:58 +0200, Sebastien Vincent <seb@jitsi.org> >> wrote:

Hi Kertesz,

It is a Google Voice call right ? In this case it is normal that you
have two call windows: in Google Voice when you call an number (
xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com), you will have an XMPP redirect with a
full JID with resources (xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com/**yyyyyy<http://xxxxxxxxxx@voice.google.com/yyyyyy>)
and it is this one that will be the "true" call. The first call window
should disapear when the second call is placed.

Can you send us your logs to see what happen (why your second call
window does not close). Thanks.

A bit late for that. For some reason after 2 days i cannot reproduce

the issue anymore (all works as it supposed).
I am thinking maybe the other side was logged in in google mail also? But
nothing definitive.

I have made some modification today so no second call window should
appears in a Google Voice call.

Thanks for feedback.

Regards,
--
Seb

Regards,

--
Seb

Le 31/12/11 18:37, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

Hello,

With the recent revisions if i call via Jitsi it opens 2 identical call
windows on me (caller) side. The other side opens 2 also, but one of them
dissapears after a split second.
On my side, both windows look exactly the same and display the same
information (seconds elapsed, received/sent audio levels are exactly the
same on both) and clicking any of them interacts with the call the same way
(hang up etc). Hanging up on one disconnects the call and both windows
dissapear (one stays a bit longer, as long as it usually would have.
Bandwidth and CPU usage looks like a single call.
Note that me and the other user are connected to the same VPN (and
Jitsi always routes the call via it).
Jitsi is running on Debian 32-bit on both sides (testing and stable).

Had anyone encountered this?