[jitsi-dev] Re: ICE failures


#1

Hi James,

hard to say, what's going on. I doubt that this Router has UPdP support at all. How can I find out?

Conrad

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Von: James Haigh
Gesendet: 10.05.11 16:19 Uhr
An: dev@jitsi.java.net
Betreff: [jitsi-dev] Re: ICE failures

Reminds me of 934: http://java.net/jira/browse/JITSI-934 On 09/05/2011, Conrad Beckert <conrad_videokonferenz@gmx.de> wrote: > Hi, > > ... as of today the connection which worked flawlessly for many times > suddenly stopped working with an ICE failure. Calls fail both ways - in and > out. Both partners have routers - I'm on an branded Alice router (which > worked before) and my partner has a Fritzbox- which never made any problems. > > For me it it possible though get called by the echo bot. (but it's probably > on a public IP) > > > There are some DNS exceptions: > > 20:54:43.489 INFO: util.dns.ParallelResolver.run().544 Exception occurred > during parallel DNS resolvingjava.net.SocketTimeoutException > java.net.SocketTimeoutException > at org.xbill.DNS.Client.blockUntil(Client.java:43) > at org.xbill.DNS.UDPClient.recv(UDPClient.java:124) > at org.xbill.DNS.UDPClient.sendrecv(UDPClient.java:150) > at org.xbill.DNS.SimpleResolver.send(SimpleResolver.java:252) Could just be
a temporary problem with your DNS provider. Maybe try OpenDNS if you don't already, CacheCheck looks fine for java.net: http://www.opendns.com/support/cache/?d=java.net James. > > > But that's it. I send an excerpt of the logs and preserved the complete logs > for later evaluation. Whom should I send it to? > > Thanks in advance for your help > > Conrad >

Bitte antworten an/Please reply to/Por favor conteste a:
conrad_b@iname.com


#2

Hi James,

hard to say, what's going on. I doubt that this Router has UPdP support at
all. How can I find out?

Looking at the logs, I don't think UPnP is the issue in this case but
I'm no expert.

(Just for the record: To find out if your router has UPnP enabled,
either log in to the router and check the UPnP setting, or if you
don't have access, use a program with stable UPnP support such as
gupnp-universal-cp to check for a response.)

Did you see my inline comment in my last email? Note that I always
sign my name below my last comment.

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There are some DNS exceptions:

20:54:43.489 INFO: util.dns.ParallelResolver.run().544 Exception occurred
during parallel DNS resolvingjava.net.SocketTimeoutException
java.net.SocketTimeoutException
  at org.xbill.DNS.Client.blockUntil(Client.java:43)
  at org.xbill.DNS.UDPClient.recv(UDPClient.java:124)
  at org.xbill.DNS.UDPClient.sendrecv(UDPClient.java:150)
  at org.xbill.DNS.SimpleResolver.send(SimpleResolver.java:252)

Could just be a temporary problem with your DNS provider. Maybe try
OpenDNS if you don't already, CacheCheck looks fine for java.net:
http://www.opendns.com/support/cache/?d=java.net

Have you tried OpenDNS and flushed local DNS caches?

Also, did you update recently? If so, does the old version still work?

James.

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On 10/05/2011, Conrad Beckert <conrad_videokonferenz@gmx.de> wrote:
On 10/05/2011, James Haigh <james.r.haigh@gmail.com> wrote:

On 09/05/2011, Conrad Beckert <conrad_videokonferenz@gmx.de> wrote: