[sip-comm] Communicator and users


#1

Hello,

I am using the SIP Communicator pre1.0 version with Asterisk server.

I know you are not developing this version anymore, so I m not asking any bug fixing :wink: I just have a question and you can maybe give me some hint (or tell me if I m totally wrong).

It seems that the communicator does not check if the request it receives is dedicated for the current registered user ... or does it ?

As an example the following scenario :
- Open and register the SIP Communicator with user1
- Close the SIP Communicator
- Open and register the SIP Communicator with user2
- Open another softphone (XLite for example) with user3
- If user3 makes a call to user2 or user1 both calls are received by the SIP Communicator registered with user2.

So to me it seems that Asterisk keeps information about user1 and user2. user1 and user2 where registered with the same IP address. Therefore Asterisk redirects both calls to the same machine. The SIP Communicator receives the calls but it does not check that the request is meant for the current user.

Am I correct ?

Thanks for your help.
John

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#2

Hello John,

This is indeed the default behaviour.

You can change that by setting the following property accodringly:

net.java.sip.communicator.sip.FAIL_CALLS_ON_DEST_USER_MISMATCH

Setting it to "true" would change the behaviour you have.

Hope this helps
Emil

John Nonak wrote:

路路路

Hello,

I am using the SIP Communicator pre1.0 version with Asterisk server.

I know you are not developing this version anymore, so I m not asking any bug fixing :wink: I just have a question and you can maybe give me some hint (or tell me if I m totally wrong).

It seems that the communicator does not check if the request it receives is dedicated for the current registered user ... or does it ?

As an example the following scenario :
- Open and register the SIP Communicator with user1
- Close the SIP Communicator
- Open and register the SIP Communicator with user2
- Open another softphone (XLite for example) with user3
- If user3 makes a call to user2 or user1 both calls are received by the SIP Communicator registered with user2.

So to me it seems that Asterisk keeps information about user1 and user2. user1 and user2 where registered with the same IP address. Therefore Asterisk redirects both calls to the same machine. The SIP Communicator receives the calls but it does not check that the request is meant for the current user.

Am I correct ?

Thanks for your help.
John

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#3

Hi, Emil,
I am eagerly williing to know about when you will finish the
*SIP Communicator 1.0 pre-release 1, and when you will come to pre-release 4.
Because I hope to develop an online education system based on SIP
Communicator.*

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*Thanks.*
**
*Wanding.*


#4

Hello Wanding,

Unfortunately we're not in a stage where we could do any planning
whatsoever.

The best way to get a feeling of what is going to be done and when is to
closely follow cvs commits and stay tuned on the mailing lists.

I hope the situation will soon change but I am afraid that until then
this is the only way.

Cheers
Emil

wanding wang wrote:

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Hi, Emil,
I am eagerly williing to know about when you will finish the
*SIP Communicator 1.0 pre-release 1, and when you will come
to *pre-release 4*. Because I hope to develop an online education system
based on *SIP Communicator.**
* *
* Thanks.*
* *
* Wanding.*

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