[Serusers] RE: [Serhelp] PSTN hand off question

Jan Janak J.Janak at sh.cvut.cz
Tue Dec 3 12:22:42 UTC 2002


On 03-12 12:49, Jiri Kuthan wrote:
> At 08:07 AM 12/3/2002, Dan Austin wrote:
> [...]
> >I've got a question I thought to send to the SERUsers list, but I'm not
> >sure if enough people have signed up yet.
> 
> Don't worry -- all our developers are on the serusers list too.
> We just plan to shift the help from our developers to the SER
> community to have more cycles for development.
> 
> >I have a Cisco 7940 that I've converted to SIP and can place calls from,
> >both to PSTN numbers and to uri's registered with my server.  The odd 
> >part is that the phone does not seem to request the presence feature, so
> >I can not route calls to it.
> 
> Hmmm -- we only have 7960s in our labs but they should be similar and they
> work. You need to set up registrar, user name and credentials to be able
> to register.
> 
> >If I call test at 199.254.167.202 the phone rings and the call can be completed.
> >If I call test at fitawi.com, I get an immediate call rejected.  Since the
> >phone does not show up as online in MSN messanger, I suspect that the lack
> >of presence is the problem.  Any thoughts? 
> 
> These are two different things: ability to register and ability to 
> share current presence status. With 7960, you are able to register
> so that people can reach you at your current address. 7960 has no
> "presence disclosure" support -- if you want to see that the phone
> is on-line in your messenger, you will have to use a presence agent
> inbetween. We're working on it, but it is not currently part of SER.
> 
> The UsrLoc dump bellow shows a valid Test entry -- so the registration
> must have proceeded well. If you are not able to call the user
> test at yourdomain, the error will be probably somewhere else. Please
> send me your configuration file and network dumps (gained using 
> e.g. ngrep utility) -- I'll be glad to review it.

  Usernames in usrloc are case sensitive. So try to place a call to
  Test at yourdomain.

    regards Jan.




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