I tried to call someone behind NAT- so ICE would come into play.
Oh, ICE always comes into play with Jingle. Regardless of NAT type or
"No assumptions", as Jonathan Rosenberg used to say.
Unfortunately it failed both ways with the strange error message "address
already in use". Please see the log attached.
I was connected twice - on cable and on WLAN (192.168.1.2 and .3) - ICE
discovered it. But can this be the cause?
Could be. Not sure though.
It may be also that another program(s) is binded to port 5026 to 5028, but
if so it is big coincidence...
Nah. ice4j is supposed to try 50 consecutive ports unless we configure
it otherwise so if only 5026 and 5028 are taken, then it should simply
move to the next. We need to check why it isn't doing so.
We'll discuss this tomorrow.
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 10:08 PM, Sebastien Vincent <email@example.com> wrote: