[jitsi-dev] Multiple logons with Google talk account issues (priorities not respected)


#1

Hello,

I tried to call my google talk account (i was logged in from 2 computers with it, different custom resources and priorities).
The problem was that the call always went to one of the computers regardless of the priority set. It happened to be the one with the lower priority (7). The other one had 8. The lower priority account was logged in first time.
Pidgin for example in these conditions gives the user a choice to which instance to be addressed. Can this be implemented in Jitsi? Or at least respect the priorities.

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#2

Hello,

I tried to call my google talk account (i was logged in from 2 computers
with it, different custom resources and priorities).
The problem was that the call always went to one of the computers
regardless of the priority set. It happened to be the one with the lower
priority (7). The other one had 8. The lower priority account was logged
in first time.
Pidgin for example in these conditions gives the user a choice to which
instance to be addressed. Can this be implemented in Jitsi? Or at least
respect the priorities.

···

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Kertesz Laszlo

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#3

Hi Kertesz,

Hello,

I tried to call my google talk account (i was logged in from 2 computers
with it, different custom resources and priorities).
The problem was that the call always went to one of the computers
regardless of the priority set. It happened to be the one with the lower
priority (7). The other one had 8. The lower priority account was logged
in first time.

I have just checked and I can not reproduce your issue. My test is the following:
- First Jitsi with two Jabber account logged, let's say account1 and account2 (priority 7)
- Second Jitsi with with account2 (priority 10) logged
- account1 call account2
- Second Jitsi received the call.

If I change the priority (First Jitsi's account2 got 10 and second Jitsi's account2 got 7), it is the first Jitsi that received the call.

Does your Google Talk account is logged on two Jitsi or other software (psi+, Empathy, Gmail web client, ...) ?

Regards,

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Le 20/07/11 12:00, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :
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Seb

Pidgin for example in these conditions gives the user a choice to which
instance to be addressed. Can this be implemented in Jitsi? Or at least
respect the priorities.


#4

Hi Kertesz,

Hello,

I tried to call my google talk account (i was logged in from 2 computers
with it, different custom resources and priorities).
The problem was that the call always went to one of the computers
regardless of the priority set. It happened to be the one with the lower
priority (7). The other one had 8. The lower priority account was logged
in first time.

I have just checked and I can not reproduce your issue. My test is the following:
- First Jitsi with two Jabber account logged, let's say account1 and account2 (priority 7)
- Second Jitsi with with account2 (priority 10) logged
- account1 call account2
- Second Jitsi received the call.

If I change the priority (First Jitsi's account2 got 10 and second Jitsi's account2 got 7), it is the first Jitsi that received the call.

Does your Google Talk account is logged on two Jitsi or other software (psi+, Empathy, Gmail web client, ...) ?

All 3 instances were Jitsi. One account on my laptop, and on my desktop, the second account on a separate machine.
I was calling my laptop from the other account to test something, but it did not ring. So i logged on remotely to my desktop and i saw that the call window opens there.

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On Wed, 20 Jul 2011 15:17:34 +0300, Sebastien Vincent <seb@jitsi.org> wrote:

Le 20/07/11 12:00, Kertesz Laszlo a écrit :

Regards,
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Seb

Pidgin for example in these conditions gives the user a choice to which
instance to be addressed. Can this be implemented in Jitsi? Or at least
respect the priorities.

--
O zi buna,

Kertesz Laszlo

Using Opera's revolutionary email client: http://www.opera.com/mail/