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Re: [Linphone-users] Possible bug when trying to use existing sip accoun
Re: [Linphone-users] Possible bug when trying to use existing sip account?
Tue, 20 Jul 2021 15:54:24 -0500
Then that case, sound like a firewall issue, or ISP is blocking.
Without a lot more information, we are just guessing. Sounds like it is not a
From: Linphone-users <firstname.lastname@example.org> On
Behalf Of Alois Schatzl
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 3:15 PM
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Possible bug when trying to use existing sip
I think NAT is not involved in my case, because the local DSL router provides
the SIP interface. I use no SIP provider like linphone or sipgate.
I thought maybe I altered some of the codec settings by mistake and tried to
get it back to default, which worked before, by making a fresh installation.
The real problem now is, that I even cannot to my SIP. I just enter user name,
password, domain, tcp as during the first installation time and get the message
„Error: failed to create account object“
18.07.2021 um 21:48 wrote Trent Creekmore:
> No audio is usually related to NAT issues.
> On 7/18/21 7:02 AM, A1@schatzl.name wrote:
>> some weeks ago I installed Linphone on my android 11 device to use it as a
>> replacement for a DECT device. Linphone connected via sip with my DSL
>> router. I was able to answer and initiate landline calls with that setup.
>> A few days ago I've noticed that there is no more audio after a connection
>> is established. I can’t hear the other communication partner and vice versa.
>> I cleared linphone’s cache and data in android, removed linphone, rebooted
>> the device and re-installed linphone 4.5.1 (15th of July 2021). Using the
>> assistant, I chose ‘Use SIP account’ and entered my connection data as
>> before. When clicking login, a message „Error: failed to create account
>> object“ is shown on the bottom of the screen for a few seconds, and the
>> “operation in progress, please wait” message stays on for ever.
>> Maybe with automatic updates and with the new installation I got a new
>> version of linphone, which seems to try to set up a new linphone account,
>> even when I try to use my existing, local sip account.
>> Does this happen only on my device? Am I making something wrong?
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