I found where the problem is, is someone confirmed then file a bug
The problem is that I do not use standard port 5060 for the client, and one
of the component (the sip handling module or the GUI reading sip state still
ask for port 5060?) does not honor the setting and changed accordingly. Some
where hard coded the port 5060.
So If I changed Tool/Options/General/Sip Client Port back to 5060 and secure
to 5061 - things work again.
Unfortunately I could not do that because I route all 5060 to my sipura link
sys device - this is the main telephone we use at home. So that bug prevent
me to use sipcommunicator .
Please confirmed and if possible fixed the bug. Many thanks.
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From: Steve Kieu <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 3:40 PM
Subject: Can not call out on Linux
I tried sip-communicator to ring a phone number but the call window just
hang at message: Initialize call
and I have to click hang up after a while and got he message in the console
15:15:06.776 SEVERE: impl.protocol.sip.
CallPeerSipImpl.hangup().777 Could not determine call peer state!
The strange thing is that it used to work once - then not working - and I
suspect sun-java has some problem so I remove it and install openjdk-6 -
after that it worked again. I exit the program and now just tried - old
This is on Ubuntu Lucid update to date system ; and sip-communicator version
I have not tried on window yet or another Linux distro yet.