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Re: [Linphone-developers] wrong local address and proxies and routes

From: Jun Yin
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] wrong local address and proxies and routes
Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2008 11:50:25 -0700


I'm wondering if develop team will fix this problem. expectially the
first. one.
I used 1.7.1 before and it works perfect for me. Now I upgrade to
2.1.1 (because of updating from fc6 to fc9) and then got this problem.
I also tried to build 3.0.0 and encounter same problem.
In my case, I have a default route which is using eth0 and another
route to the specified proxy which is using eth1. linphonec 2.1.1
always use the eth0's address as contact instead of  1.7.1 to use

I understand I can specify another route( to workaround
this problem,  but I already have many test scripts in which I
add/delete routes. this workaround means I have to change my tons of


On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 1:09 PM, Nomad Arton <address@hidden> wrote:
> salu,
> there is a bug reported on the debian version of Linphone 2.1.1 here
> two problems I have with that version below; excuse if they are both fixed
> in the mean time in linphone3.
> 1) linphone sometimes sends a wrong contact address on multihomed systems.
> It gets it from connecting instead of the registrar (they may be
> on different networks!) One may easily fix that by modifying the kernel
> routing table, eg: "route add tap0" and the local address of
> tap0 gets used in a registration.
> 2) even if an outbund proxy is declared in the preferences, linphone
> connects to the registrar directly, and only later call-invites will be sent
> through the proxy. so the proxy does not get a chance to rewrite
> non-routable addresses in the registration.
> FIX: the proxy/registrar pane allows for two hosts: "proxy" and "route".
> linphone should use these to find the local address and also should send the
> registration through the "route".
> --
> peter
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