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Re: [Linphone-developers] issue with constant calls from "1" or "++++"

From: Robert Phair
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] issue with constant calls from "1" or "++++"
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2018 14:05:36 -0400
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What should we do if we see this problem without ever having created any firewall rules?  I am seeing this myself with a generic setup: default settings with one registered SIP provider having "1000" as an extension.  Incoming calls at 1 minute intervals from "1000" in place of the "1" and "++++" in original report.

I've had 4.1.1 installed (on Ubuntu 18.04) for a couple weeks now, but only saw this problem after my first incoming call was received.  I would love to hear the further info that @Russell was suggesting.  Note the problem has gone away after restarting Linphone a couple of times (once wasn't enough).

On 13/08/18 22:44, Russell Treleaven wrote:
Sounds like you have created inbound firewall rules. For your usage model those usually not required.
Would explain more but typing with one thumb.

On Mon, Aug 13, 2018, 10:40 PM Jason Manley <address@hidden> wrote:
When linphone is running, I am getting constant calls (about once per
minute) from numbers such as "1" and "++++" and can't find anything in
settings, nor any documentation as to how to turn this off. This
happens whether I am connected to a SIP provider or not.

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