[asterisk-dev] SIP issue (chan_sip.c:7724
set_address_from_contact) with Nortel CS1K
rj2807 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 1 10:34:28 MST 2007
The above URI seems syntactically incorrect to me. This is a tel URI
converted to a SIP URI. Agreed that anything before the @ sign (including
the semicolon) needs to treated opaquely as userinfo. The host, which is a
mandatory part of SIP URI, seems to be missing in the above URI.
Someone mentioned that there is an @host in the above URI. I can't see it.
What am I missing?
On 4/1/07, Olle E Johansson <olle at voop.com> wrote:
> 1 apr 2007 kl. 13.02 skrev Mikael Magnusson:
> > Olle E Johansson wrote:
> >> 30 mar 2007 kl. 23.52 skrev Christopher Thompson:
> >>> Contact: <sip:65602093;phone-context=*BLANKED*:
> >>> 5060;maddr=22.214.171.124;transport=udp;user=phone>
> >> This is the culprit. There's no @ sign in this contact. nortel has
> >> a way of implementing their own stuff, not really
> >> bothering about interoperability.
> > Are you sure there isn't a @ in *BLANKED*? That would make it a
> > valid sip uri. Similar to the following from RFC 4504:
> > sip:5551234;phone-context=+1212 at example.net;user=phone
> If so, then we're back to us not correctly supporting ;parameters in
> the username part, which was supposed to be fixed.
> However, I'm sure it is fixed in Asterisk SPE 1.0B.
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