[Standards-JIG] Defining IAX transport over jingle

Mikael Magnusson mikaelmagnusson at glocalnet.net
Wed Feb 22 20:45:32 UTC 2006


Antonio Cano damas wrote:
> Mikael Magnusson wrote:
> 
> 
...
>>>    1. Calling from pc 2 pc.  In that case we don't need the user and
>>>password because is the other user who accept or reject the call, and in
>>>that case don't mind wich extension to use... for example we could use
>>>the 's' that is default extension of asterisk. The URI is like this:
>>>ip:port/extension.
>>
>>Why send an extension in a CALLED NUMBER IE at all? Is it really
>>necessary?
> 
> 
> If you want to call one extension into a PBX, yes it needed. If you one
> to call one peer directly doesn't have sense but is needed to. One
> little exercice:
>     1. Download iaxcomm
> (http://iaxclient.sourceforge.net/iaxcomm/index.html) or other IAX phone
> with multi-line support.
>     2. Try to call yourself, 127.0.0.1:4569 this doesn't work :( but if
> you try 127.0.0.1:4569/(s, or other thing) you'll see the incoming call
> :). I don't know if this a bug of the iaxclient library, that is a
> question to take a quick look into the library.
> 

I think it's because the parser in iaxclient interprets 127.0.0.1:4569 
as an extension since it doesn't contain a "/". I tried to dial 
"hostname/" in iaxcomm and it ended up at the s extension on my Asterisk 
server.

/Mikael



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