[asterisk-users] tired of "midget packet received" warnings
pdhales at optusnet.com.au
Fri Nov 7 17:04:56 CST 2008
Rob Hillis wrote:
> Louis-David Mitterrand wrote:
>> On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 08:42:52AM -0600, Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
>>> Your monitoring app is not sending valid IAX2 packets to the server. If
>>> it was sending a true IAX2 POKE, it would be a valid packet and wouldn't
>>> generate this warning.
>> Could asterisk at least _not_ report this harmless, below-warning event
>> when using a zero-verbose (asterisk -r) level? That would be nice and
> Actually, I would have said that corrupt/bad IAX packsets *should* be
> reported and are *not* harmless. They're harmless in your instance
> because your monitoring application isn't functioning properly, but to
> anyone else they're likely to indicate either (a) a hacking attempt or
> (b) a fairly serious network problem.
> How about you fix your monitoring application to send a correct IAX2
> POKE request?
Personally, I just like reading the word 'midget' . It makes me smile.
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