[asterisk-dev] IAX Hardphone (again)
b.shaw at comcast.net
Sat Dec 3 09:56:36 CST 2011
Initially I thought the issue might be that I had not implemented call
tokens - they weren't called out in the RFC so I missed it in the first
round. I added in call tokens last week, but get the same result -
Asterisk just ignores my 'new' - no error message, no indications at
all that anything is wrong - just ignores the packet.
I've been through all the IEs - Wireshark is OK with all of them except
the call token stuff so I *think* the IEs I've implemented are OK. I've
implemented all the 'required' IEs that are called out in the RFC, and
a few others. I've compared the 'new' that I receive from Asterisk with
the 'new' that I'm sending to Asterisk and don't see the difference.
I've implemented all the IEs on the outgoing 'new' that I see in the
incoming 'new', but my 'new' gets ignored.
Again, any hints at all would be greatly appreciated.
> Actually, 'nothing on the console' isn't entirely accurate. I see
> Zoiper (from my development system) registering. I don't see my
> device sending the 'new' or 'ping's. They get ignored.
> Hi All,
> I'm having trouble with an IAX command and was wondering if someone
> would take a look and maybe point me in the right direction.
> I am running Asterisk 18.104.22.168 on CentOS 5.6. When I try to set up an
> incoming call (my hardphone calling to Asterisk) I issue a 'new'
> packet that is ignored by Asterisk. There's got to be something
> wrong with my 'new' packet but I can't see it. I've uploaded a short
> Wireshark capture file to:
> The players here are:
> 192.168.1.50 - my development system running Zoiper
> 192.168.1.4 - the Asterisk PBX
> 192.168.1.31 - my IAX hardphone
> You can see my 'new' command at packet #28 in the capture. I *think*
> I got all the required information elements but the command is just
> ignored by Asterisk so my hardphone just keeps retransmitting it.
> I'm in the final stages of development hoping to be able to ship
> product soon but I am stuck at this point. If someone could take a
> look and offer some words of wisdom I'd forever be in your debt.
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