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Re: [Linphone-users] Display Name and rport

From: Ari El
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Display Name and rport
Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2006 14:04:57 -0800 (PST)

Hi Thomas, thanks for the tip on where to locate the file.

On the display name question, I can't see any parameter in linphonerc or in
the main app dialogs that would allow me to change it. An example of a
display name would be "J Rose"  in this header:

From: "Janet Rose" <sip:address@hidden>

On the rport question, I am asking about RFC 3581 support
This is a very simple extension to the 'via' headers that aids to overcome
the nat problem. Ekiga and in fact all sip clients I work with in production
support it, I hope linphone does too, (and if not, this could be a feature
request :) If it is there I need to know how to activate it. I suspect part
of the problems I'm having are due to this. 


Thomas Reitmayr wrote:
> Hi Ari,
> you might find the configuration file for the gnome frontend ("linphone")
> in the directory ~/.gnome2, the console version ("linphonec") however uses
> ~/.linphonerc.
> In the configuration file there is a section [rtp] setting ports like:
>   audio_rtp_port=7078
>   video_rtp_port=9078
> Are these the ports you need to change?
> Regards,
> -Thomas
> ----- Ursprüngliche Mail ----
> Von: Ari El <address@hidden>
> An: address@hidden
> Gesendet: Samstag, den 30. Dezember 2006, 03:47:00 Uhr
> Betreff: Re: [Linphone-users] Display Name and rport
> Just to update the post:
>    I upgraded to 1.5.1, the same two questions apply.
>    Regarding question number 2, I should note there is a weird behavior in
> which linphone can be called in (and ring) once. It never gets (or places
> successfully) a second call, it has to be killed and relaunched
> (re-registered).
>    Also my proxy is behind an acme session border controller; eyebeam in
> the
> same machine can register and place both incoming and outgoing calls with
> no
> port forwarding required on my home router and no stun... and I'm trying
> to
> achieve the same with linphone. At least I got it to register after
> fighting
> for an hour :)
>    I suspect rports will fix this issue.
>    I wanted to check ~/.linphonerc however there is no such file in my
> home
> dir. And I'm positive I'm not launching linphone as root. This is a bit
> weird, I can't find where linphone is storing my settings.
> Thanks
> A
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