I'm sorry that you're having troubles!
First, I'm attaching the log to this email for reference. Now, more detail:
Both of us are using IPTel for a SIP service, he's on Windows XP I'm on
Fedora 18. Ports seem forwarded fine as I have an IPKall number
forwarded to my SIP account and I can use it with no problems.
It isn't necessary to open any incoming ports if your sip providers has a media relay, and iptel does have such a relay.
Noticed that whenever I call him and he answers (and we can't hear each
other) the SIP account immediately goes OFFLINE. Once it's online again,
the same thing happens when I try to call again.
Judging from the logs, there are some problems with UDP and/or DNS on your network. The DNS resolution does not work correctly and we need to fall back to our backup DNS resolver (where there's a bug because it throws up as well).
I also see an attempt to open an SPDIF-device for audio capturing. Is your audio configuration correct?
Does this provide anyone with any clues?
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Le 31.05.2013 à 06:24, "Anthony Papillion" <email@example.com> a écrit :