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Re: [Linphone-developers] Linphone 3.2.1 doesn't know when to stop

From: Harishkumar V
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Linphone 3.2.1 doesn't know when to stop
Date: Sat, 5 Dec 2009 17:40:32 +0530

Even i faced this in linphone3.1.2....

On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 11:32 PM, Simon Morlat <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Jim,

I already saw this behaviour some long time ago...
It's very surprising, I have actually no idea of how this could happen.
The first thing would be that you send me a full log when this happens.
Also, can you elaborate a kind of procedure in which the problem
reproduces often ? Maybe I could reproduce it also and investigate


Le mardi 01 décembre 2009 à 11:24 -0400, Jim Diamond a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I am having problems with linphone 3.2.1 not knowing when to stop.
> That is, sometimes the call is disconnected either because
> - the other end disconnected, or
> - there was a network problem of some sort (this happens to me often,
>   I haven't figured it out yet) and the two ends are disconnected from
>   each other
> In many disconnection cases, linphone-3 merrily keeps on sending
> packets (presumably video, given the bandwidth consumed) down the
> line, and it leaves the video window showing the last received frame
> from the other end.  Not only does this eat up bandwidth, but it also
> pretty much means I have to restart linphone-3 for things to work
> again.  If I don't restart it and try to do another call, the video
> window flashes between the last video frame from the previous call and
> the current video.
> Curiously, I've seen this happen even in the case where the rest of
> the gui knows that the call is dropped.  That is, the main gui window
> switches itself from the "call in progress" view to the "ready to make
> a call" view, and the "start call" button is active, while the
> "terminate call" button is inactive.
> Any thoughts on how to fix this?
> Thanks.
>                               Jim
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Harish Kumar. V

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