[jitsi-dev] Impossible to login with password containing '@'


#1

Operation system: debian squeeze
Jitsi v: 1.0-beta1 (stable)

Problem:
I registered an account at iptel.org.
The password is something like 'Bb8965@1'
I can successfuly login the web page www.iptel.org but jisti says
"Autentification Failed".
I tryed to chenge the password to 'Bb896561' and it works!

jitsilog.tar.gz (4.99 KB)


#2

This sounds like it might be a problem with iptel.org, not Jitsi.

Peter

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On 2/1/12 12:59 PM, Valerio Pachera wrote:

Operation system: debian squeeze
Jitsi v: 1.0-beta1 (stable)

Problem:
I registered an account at iptel.org.
The password is something like 'Bb8965@1'
I can successfuly login the web page www.iptel.org but jisti says
"Autentification Failed".
I tryed to chenge the password to 'Bb896561' and it works!

--
Peter Saint-Andre
https://stpeter.im/


#3

False authentication problem reports are likely to happen every now and
then with iptel.org.

Sending your pcap logs here or on their mailing list might help them
resolve the issue

Cheers,
Emil

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On 01.02.12 20:59, Valerio Pachera wrote:

Operation system: debian squeeze
Jitsi v: 1.0-beta1 (stable)

Problem:
I registered an account at iptel.org.
The password is something like 'Bb8965@1'
I can successfuly login the web page www.iptel.org but jisti says
"Autentification Failed".
I tryed to chenge the password to 'Bb896561' and it works!

--
http://jitsi.org


#4

I found out that it happens if select "sip" network.
If I create the user with "iptel.org" network, it works.
May it be something about sip protocol?


#5

"iptel.org" accounts are just SIP accounts, preconfigured for their
network. Both use SIP and the problem can occur with either.

Emil

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On 01.02.12 21:11, Valerio Pachera wrote:

I found out that it happens if select "sip" network.
If I create the user with "iptel.org" network, it works.
May it be something about sip protocol?


#6

To me that sounds like a confirm it's jitsi related bug.
Because it occurs only selecting "sip".
I know ipel.org uses sip, that's why in first place I used sip network.
I noticed later it was possible to select "iptel.org".
I tried several times. The problem is reprudicible.
Log seems to not be helping.

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2012/2/1 Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>:

Both use SIP and the problem can occur with either.