На 30.05.11 18:32, Andreas Kuckartz написа:
Those two lines are written in the log every 15 seconds and I really
doubt that anyone is calling then.
SIP messages can and are sent to you for a variety of reasons other than
incoming calls. A 15 second interval for example is likely to be
related to a keepalive message sent from the server.
I do not like to see my logs
cluttered like that when there is no problem.
Ah, apologies for the inconvenience then.
I did not find any more specific info in the logs.
We can have a look if you'd like to know the exact reason. Just send the
.zip over if interested.
Am 30.05.2011 15:57, schrieb Emil Ivov:
На 30.05.11 10:44, Andreas Kuckartz написа:
If find lots of such pairs of lines in my Jitsi-log:
10:37:52.056 INFO: impl.protocol.sip.SipStackSharing.findTargetFor().939
Will randomly dispatch to "iptel.org:email@example.com" because the
username in the Request-URI is unknown or empty
How can I get rid of them?
They mean that we received an incoming SIP message and we didn't know
which of the current accounts it was meant for. A look at your log
archive should provide more specific information.
Why are these messages bothering you? Do you see them going to the wrong