[jitsi-users] Multiple sip logins


#1

For my tests I have to use clients in my network, which all have the
same public IP. When I am logged in with more than 1 machine to a
sip-account (sipgate.at), only 1 machine rings, but not all. It looks
like the machines are changing in a circle.

Al


#2

Hi,

most probably your sip provider don't support multiple logins. For
example when using asterisk the situation is the same. When you have
more than one machine that is registered, the last one that has
reached the sever will ring and as the clients are re-registering in a
scheduled interval they are changing in a circle as you have observed.

Cheers
damencho

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On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:50 PM, Al Bogner <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc> wrote:

For my tests I have to use clients in my network, which all have the
same public IP. When I am logged in with more than 1 machine to a
sip-account (sipgate.at), only 1 machine rings, but not all. It looks
like the machines are changing in a circle.

Al


#3

Hi,

most probably your sip provider don't support multiple logins.

No, it works perfect with twinkle and linphone in 2 situations

Multiple sip-accounts are registered with my asterisk server and a few
machines are registered at my asterisk.

Twinkle or linphone is connected directly to the sip provider from the
clients.

The route is
client -> server -> dsl-modem (Fritzbox) -> sip-provider

Mabye I have to mention, that I use ports 5061 and 5062, 5060 is
reserved by the modem for VoIP of my ISP.

For
example when using asterisk the situation is the same. When you have
more than one machine that is registered, the last one that has
reached the sever will ring and as the clients are re-registering in a
scheduled interval they are changing in a circle as you have observed.

The only "problem" I had with one user is, that the answering machine
answers immediately, when the client of the user is not registered, so
it is impossible, to answer from a notebook in another network. So this
user isn't registered anymore via the asterisk, but uses a direct
connection to the sip-provider in my local net.

Al

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Am Mi, 16 Mär 2011 09:39:27 CET schrieb Damian Minkov:

Cheers
damencho

On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:50 PM, Al Bogner > <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc> wrote:
> For my tests I have to use clients in my network, which all have the
> same public IP. When I am logged in with more than 1 machine to a
> sip-account (sipgate.at), only 1 machine rings, but not all. It
> looks like the machines are changing in a circle.
>
> Al
>


#4

Al,

Damian's guess that your asterisk can only support a single connection
for a particular account was simply the most likely explanation from the
information you provided.

If you'd like to know exactly what's going wrong then you'd have to look
at some pcap traces since you are best placed to determine where the
problem is. Do you see your server sending the forked invites to all the
Jitsi instances? Do you see them arrive at all the workstations that are
running them?

Cheers,
Emil

На 16.03.11 09:38, no reply написа:

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Am Mi, 16 Mär 2011 09:39:27 CET schrieb Damian Minkov:

Hi,

most probably your sip provider don't support multiple logins.

No, it works perfect with twinkle and linphone in 2 situations

Multiple sip-accounts are registered with my asterisk server and a few
machines are registered at my asterisk.

Twinkle or linphone is connected directly to the sip provider from the
clients.

The route is
client -> server -> dsl-modem (Fritzbox) -> sip-provider

Mabye I have to mention, that I use ports 5061 and 5062, 5060 is
reserved by the modem for VoIP of my ISP.

For
example when using asterisk the situation is the same. When you have
more than one machine that is registered, the last one that has
reached the sever will ring and as the clients are re-registering in a
scheduled interval they are changing in a circle as you have observed.

The only "problem" I had with one user is, that the answering machine
answers immediately, when the client of the user is not registered, so
it is impossible, to answer from a notebook in another network. So this
user isn't registered anymore via the asterisk, but uses a direct
connection to the sip-provider in my local net.

Al

Cheers
damencho

On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:50 PM, Al Bogner >> <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc> wrote:

For my tests I have to use clients in my network, which all have the
same public IP. When I am logged in with more than 1 machine to a
sip-account (sipgate.at), only 1 machine rings, but not all. It
looks like the machines are changing in a circle.

Al

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#5

Hi,

most probably your sip provider don't support multiple logins.

No, it works perfect with twinkle and linphone in 2 situations

Multiple sip-accounts are registered with my asterisk server and a few
machines are registered at my asterisk.

Twinkle or linphone is connected directly to the sip provider from the
clients.

The route is
client -> server -> dsl-modem (Fritzbox) -> sip-provider

Mabye I have to mention, that I use ports 5061 and 5062, 5060 is
reserved by the modem for VoIP of my ISP.

For
example when using asterisk the situation is the same. When you have
more than one machine that is registered, the last one that has
reached the sever will ring and as the clients are re-registering in a
scheduled interval they are changing in a circle as you have observed.

The only "problem" I had with one user is, that the answering machine
answers immediately, when the client of the user is not registered, so
it is impossible, to answer from a notebook in another network. So this
user isn't registered anymore via the asterisk, but uses a direct
connection to the sip-provider in my local net.

Al

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Am Mi, 16 Mär 2011 09:39:27 CET schrieb Damian Minkov:

Cheers
damencho

On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:50 PM, Al Bogner > <jitsi@ml102.pinguin.uni.cc> wrote:
> For my tests I have to use clients in my network, which all have the
> same public IP. When I am logged in with more than 1 machine to a
> sip-account (sipgate.at), only 1 machine rings, but not all. It
> looks like the machines are changing in a circle.
>
> Al
>