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Re: [Linphone-developers] [Q] Bug of linphone-1.0.1?

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] [Q] Bug of linphone-1.0.1?
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 18:17:49 +0200
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For the rtp errors, the root cause is here:

|WARNING| <sdphandler.c: 494> Could not parse remote offer.

So the remote rtp port could be read, thus linphone could not set destination 
address for rtp packets. I don't know why there is this error; what version 
of osip are you using ? Did you modify some code around SDP processing ?

Could you please send a patch for the modifications you've made ? I'll see if 
I can integrate it into the main tree.


Le Jeudi 19 Mai 2005 14:12, Clement Chen a écrit :
> Hi,
>    I used linphone-1.0.1 to test the following scenario and found
> oRTP errors in the debugging messages. Should I file a bug against it?
> linphone #A : sip:address@hidden:5060
> linphone #B : sip:address@hidden:5060
> Test step:
> 0. Launch #A and #B with "-d 6 -l /tmp/test.log" options
> 1. #A calls #B, #B answers, then #A terminates the call after seconds.
> 2. #B calls #A, #A answers, then oRTP errors are reported in the log file.
> The attached "log_phoneB.txt" is a log for linphone #B showing the
> errors FYI. (error message starts from line 402)
> Thanks a lot!
> Clement.
> BTW, for testing purposes, I myself made some code modifications with
> both linphonec (linphone CLI) and sipomatic for linphone-1.0.1 to
> provide the following features:
>  - sipomatic :
>    * '-f_16k' option : setup the 16000hz annouce file
>    * '-e' option : play the annouce file "endlessly" until call is
> terminated. - linphonec :
>    * '[play]' section for the configuration file :
>      = 'file_8000hz' option : setup the 8000hz annouce file
>      = 'file_16000hz' option : setup the 16000hz annouce file
>      = 'file_record' option : setup the record file path
>    * '-f' option : play the annouce file after a call is established,
> instead of using audio stream from the soundcard
>    * '-e' option : play the annouce file "endlessly"
>    * 'v' or 'voice' command : switch audio source to the soundcard
>    * 'p' or 'play' command : switch audio source to the annouce file
>    * 'e' or 'endless' command : enable/disable playing annouce file
> endlessly * 's' or 'status' command : show rtp status for a switched stream
> * 'rec_file <file2rec>' command : change the record file path
>    Note that only remote peer will hear the content of the annouce file.
> Please let me know if any of you are interested in them or think them
> worth being committed into the repository. Thanks.

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