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[Linphone-users] default identity problems

From: Carl Heyendal
Subject: [Linphone-users] default identity problems
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 21:00:56 +0000



First post to this email group.


I’ve installed Linphone on Windows 7 and configured a new identity in Linphone separate from the default identity.


When I make a phone-to-phone SIP call (no Proxy) on the same subnet to the Linphone the call sets up correctly except for 2 things:


1.       The SDP sent by the Linphone tells the other end to stream its RTP packets to the default identity’s IP address ( rather than to the new identity’s IP address  that I created.

2.       The Linphone doesn’t stream to the other end but rather it sends STUN request messages instead. I have configured “Direct connection to the Internet” under the ‘Network Settings’ tab. I’m not behind a firewall so this seemed to be the logical choice.


Appreciate anyone’s help.







Carl Heyendal

Principal Software Development Telephony Engineer

Fortinet - The New Generation of Secure Gateways

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