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Re: [Partysip-dev] partysip config

From: Aymeric Moizard
Subject: Re: [Partysip-dev] partysip config
Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 21:18:46 +0200 (CEST)

On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, luke dobson wrote:

> Hi
> I am using trying to use partysip with opensip to map phone numbers to
> phones.  I have terminals such as address@hidden and
> address@hidden  Dialling the entire IP, the phones can call each
> other.  However I would like to dial 10 and get address@hidden  I
> have played with the partysip.conf file and the user section looks like
> this.
> user  sip:address@hidden   10    aa
> user  sip:address@hidden   11   aa

You can't do that. The url given for a user is made of his
username @ where " is either 'serverip'
or 'servername' from the partysip.conf.

The real IP of user is received in the contact of REGISTER messages.

> authorisation is presently switched off
> When I call between the phones using the IP, I can see in the log that
> the from: and to: fields are populated but when I dial the number alone
> the to: field has a missing field.
> From:  <sip:address@hidden;user=phone>;tag=2908867716
> To:  <sip:;user=phone>

Is this message coming from your application? I don't see
any reason why I should accept such a message.

> Further down the log contains the message
> | ERROR | <../../fsm/sipevent.c: 72> could not parse message
> | ERROR | <udp.c: 220> udp module: Could not parse response!
> and partysip prints
> <msg_parser.c> error in msg_startline_init()

the start line is the initial line of the request or response.
You probably has the same value than in the "To" header above.

> I assume I have done something silly in the config but what?  Any help
> much appreciated!

Don't think it's related.

> Luke Dobson
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