[sip-comm] Back to work, trying to get SIP Communicator working.


#1

I have the rpm lastest build, 1501. It is on Centos 5.2. I have jre-1.6.0_05-fcs.i386.rpm installed as well.

I ran sip-communicator --ipv6

and netstat show a tcp and udp listening on :::5060 on both systems. Interestingly, it shows the same with I run sip-communicator --ipv4!

I set up a sip account on each system

I set up a group on one system then a contact of sys2@ipv6addr (the second system), and no connection. I try sys2@ipv4addr as well and no connection.

Where should I be looking to see what I am doing wrong?

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#2

Hey Robert,

Robert Moskowitz wrote:

I have the rpm lastest build, 1501. It is on Centos 5.2. I have
jre-1.6.0_05-fcs.i386.rpm installed as well.

I ran sip-communicator --ipv6

and netstat show a tcp and udp listening on :::5060 on both systems.
Interestingly, it shows the same with I run sip-communicator --ipv4!

Are you saying that this happened before you actually created your accounts?

I set up a sip account on each system

I set up a group on one system then a contact of sys2@ipv6addr (the
second system), and no connection. I try sys2@ipv4addr as well and no
connection.

Are your P2P accounts the only ones you have on your installations? If
they aren't then they might be binding to a port different than 5060. If
port 5060 was already in use before you created the accounts then
chances are they went on another port. You'd need to find out what it is
before actually making the call. Best way to do this would be to look
through the logs or try make some dummy calls and use wireshark to
determine which port they are going out from.

Do you think you could send tcpdumps of your session to our dev list?
Logs would also help. You could find them in $HOME/.sip-communicator/log.

Cheers
Emil

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#3

Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Robert,

Robert Moskowitz wrote:
  

I have the rpm lastest build, 1501. It is on Centos 5.2. I have jre-1.6.0_05-fcs.i386.rpm installed as well.

I ran sip-communicator --ipv6

and netstat show a tcp and udp listening on :::5060 on both systems. Interestingly, it shows the same with I run sip-communicator --ipv4!
    
Are you saying that this happened before you actually created your accounts?
  
The problem was nothing more than creating iptables (and ip6tables) rules to allow port 5060 over tcp/udp....

oops :slight_smile:

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I set up a sip account on each system

I set up a group on one system then a contact of sys2@ipv6addr (the second system), and no connection. I try sys2@ipv4addr as well and no connection.
    
Are your P2P accounts the only ones you have on your installations? If
they aren't then they might be binding to a port different than 5060. If
port 5060 was already in use before you created the accounts then
chances are they went on another port. You'd need to find out what it is
before actually making the call. Best way to do this would be to look
through the logs or try make some dummy calls and use wireshark to
determine which port they are going out from.

Do you think you could send tcpdumps of your session to our dev list?
Logs would also help. You could find them in $HOME/.sip-communicator/log.

Cheers
Emil
  

Where should I be looking to see what I am doing wrong?

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