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Re: [Linphone-users] Configure linphone and siproxd

From: wimpunk
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Configure linphone and siproxd
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 16:48:23 +0200

On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 3:24 PM, Alastair Johnson
<address@hidden> wrote:
> On Wednesday 25 August 2010, wimpunk wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm trying to configure linphone to use siproxd but I think I'm
>> missing something.  My sipprovider is on a local network so all I have
>> to do is using this settings to get linphone working directly:
>> identity = sip:address@hidden
>> sip proxy = sip:address@hidden
>> Register at startup and publish presence information are enabled.
>> This works perfect.
>> Next step is adding a sipproxy between my network and the network of
>> the local sipprovider but I can't get that part working.  On linphone
>> I changed the sip proxy to sip:address@hidden where sipproxy is the
>> name of my sipproxy.  The most important configuration in my
>> siproxd.conf is this:
>> outbound_proxy_host =
>> outbound_proxy_port = 5060
>> Unfortunately, this doesn't work.  I've tried to understand the FAQ of
>> siproxd and the manual of linphone but it looks like I'm still missing
>> something.  I found some messages on this list of the maintainer of
>> siproxd so maybe he can help me with the configuration.
>> I know this is probably a siproxd question but maybe there are
>> linphone users out there who had the same problem.
> I think both siproxd and linphone are misconfigured.
> siproxd:
> outbound_proxy_host is for chaining outbound proxies, but based on your sip
> identity this is not what you want to do. You are registering to
> not using it as an outbound proxy, so you should comment
> outbound_proxy_host and outbound_proxy_port in siproxd.conf and restart
> siproxd. It doesn't need your registrar in its config file because it gets it
> from the sip packets it is proxying.
> linphone:
> The outbound proxy is specified in the "Route (optional)" part of the config,
> not by changin the identity or sip proxy. This isn't exactly obvious or well
> documented.
>        identity = sip:address@hidden
>        sip proxy = sip:address@hidden
>        route = <sip:sipproxy;lr>

Nice, you're perfectly right.  Modifying like you suggested made it working.

Thanks a lot!


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