[jitsi-dev] Local SIP accounts (serverless) going offline after calls


#1

Hello,

I use a serverless SIP account with Jitsi. After i start Jitsi it comes
online, no problems. But if i call it (or call another serverless
account with it), after finishing the call it just goes offline, but it
is shown as online in the GUI. If i call this account in this state from
another computer, i get this in the Jitsi logs:

15:45:03.917 SEVERE:
impl.protocol.sip.SipStackSharing.findTargetFor().835 no listeners
15:45:03.918 SEVERE:
impl.protocol.sip.SipStackSharing.processRequest().623 couldn't find a
ProtocolProviderServiceSipImpl to dispatch to

This happens quite consistently. The other client is linphone (the cli
version usually, but the GUI one has the same results). Both clients are
in the same LAN. If i take the SIP account offline and onine again,
things start working again.

PS i use Linphone on the other computer because that works (Jitsi drives
the cpu to 150% and i get a few seconds worth of delay and crackling).
The CPU is a crappy Atom N270 and i run Ubuntu 10.04 on it from a live
stick because the laptops (dell mini 10) hdd (SSD) is dead.

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O zi buna,
Kertesz Laszlo


#2

Hey Kertesz,

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On 15.05.12 14:55, Kertesz Laszlo wrote:

Hello,

I use a serverless SIP account with Jitsi. After i start Jitsi it comes
online, no problems. But if i call it (or call another serverless
account with it), after finishing the call it just goes offline, but it
is shown as online in the GUI. If i call this account in this state from
another computer, i get this in the Jitsi logs:

15:45:03.917 SEVERE:
impl.protocol.sip.SipStackSharing.findTargetFor().835 no listeners
15:45:03.918 SEVERE:
impl.protocol.sip.SipStackSharing.processRequest().623 couldn't find a
ProtocolProviderServiceSipImpl to dispatch to

This happens quite consistently. The other client is linphone (the cli
version usually, but the GUI one has the same results). Both clients are
in the same LAN. If i take the SIP account offline and onine again,
things start working again.

PS i use Linphone on the other computer because that works (Jitsi drives
the cpu to 150% and i get a few seconds worth of delay and crackling).
The CPU is a crappy Atom N270 and i run Ubuntu 10.04 on it from a live
stick because the laptops (dell mini 10) hdd (SSD) is dead.

Have you tried using PulseAudio on the Atom? The high CPU consumption on
such computers is the main reason we implemented it. Doesn't it change
anything?

Emil