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Re: [Linphone-users] 30+/- sec ring delay

From: MJ Ray
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] 30+/- sec ring delay
Date: Thu, 5 May 2011 10:59:30 +0100 (BST)

Custom Processing Unlimited <address@hidden> wrote:
> Using gv to make calls and I get roughly a 30 sec delay in the time I make
> the call to the time that linphone rings on my end... because of this, I am
> usually unable to make an actual call... the same delay comes when receiving
> calls, so I'll get calls that have a half-second long ring before hangup
> (going to voicemail) or I answer a call that ends as soon as I pick it up.
>  Happens on my laptop, desktop and mobile device... how can I troubleshoot
> this?

Are you running linphone on laptop, desktop and mobile device?
Or is that where the call originates?  I'm confused.

1. run linphone with a debugging log and a logfile (-d 6 -l
/tmp/linphone.log I think but I've not checked) to see what/when
linphone sees the call;

2. increase debugging on your network equipment to see what SIP
messages it's forwarding where when;

3. try same configuration, same software, same device, different
network - try using different networks with and without the same
uplink if possible;

4. try similar configuration, different software, same device, same

I suspect your network equipment is interfering/misconfigured/both
but this should help narrow that down.

Sucks when networking does this, doesn't it?  Good luck!

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