[asterisk-users] chan_motif / res_xmpp problems
daniel at pocock.pro
Tue Jul 22 11:16:45 CDT 2014
On 21/07/14 15:12, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> On 21/07/14 14:33, Joshua Colp wrote:
>> Daniel Pocock wrote:
>>> I've now replicated my setup on a host with a single IPv4 address and I
>>> am still having trouble with the ICE negotiation.
>>> I am trying to call from Jitsi to Asterisk through a Prosody XMPP
>>> server. Asterisk successfully registers with the XMPP server and
>>> appears to be available in the buddy list in Jitsi. Jitsi is being run
>>> with the "-4" command line option to use IPv4 only just in case Asterisk
>>> doesn't like to see IPv6 ICE candidates.
>>> I try clicking to make an audio-only call from Jitsi. In the Asterisk
>>> logging (xmpp set debug on) I see the incoming "session-initiate" XML
>>> stanza but Asterisk does not send any XML back.
>>> I definitely have "icesupport=yes" in rtp.conf and I've tried it with
>>> and without specifying a TURN server from each end.
>>> Is this working for anybody?
>> What does your motif.conf configuration file contain? If it is not
>> configured then it will not be associated with the account and the
>> Jingle support will not be present.
> It is largely based on the default config:
> context=incoming-motif ; Default context that incoming sessions will land in
> ;maxicecandidates = 10 ; Maximum number of ICE candidates we will offer
> ;maxpayloads = 30 ; Maximum number of payloads we will offer
> and in xmpp.conf:
> username=asterisk at some-host
> statusmessage="I may be available"
FYI, I'm using the Debian packages, latest is 11.10.2~dfsg-1~bpo70+1
Has the chan_motif / xmpp / ICE stuff changed significantly in 12.x
Is there any way I can enable ICE debugging?
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