[Serusers] parse_uri: bad char

Greger V. Teigre greger at teigre.com
Mon Jun 18 09:46:19 CEST 2007


Well, sip:9202 at cybertheque.org@10.0.2.200:5060 is obviously an invalid 
aor. Try to figure out where it comes from.
g-)

Michael Grigoni wrote:
> (SER 0.8.99-dev19 openbsd/sparc w/local patches)
> Greetings:
>
> We have rarely received INVITES from UAs not registered
> on our SER host (from the outside) but as I am setting
> up a means for a Internet users from foreign realms
> to listen to audio by making a call to a UA on our network
> it is now necessary to process foreign INVITES.
>
> Some years ago, this worked as I have logs of successful
> foreign calls and I have not changed ser.cfg substantially
> since then, however now I have this problem:
>
> 06/17/07 02:13:34 8(3695) ERROR: parse_uri: bad char '@' in state 5 parsed: <sip:9202 at cybertheque.org> (24) / 
> <sip:9202 at cybertheque.org@10.0.2.200:5060> (40)
> 06/17/07 02:13:35 8(3695) extract_aor(): Error while parsing Address of Record
> 06/17/07 02:13:35 8(3695) lookup(): Error while extracting address of record
>
> The foreign caller is dialing SIP:9202 at cybertheque.org; cybertheque.org is
> one of our aliases -- it is the external domain.  The internal alias is
> 'cybertheque.net'; a UA on internal networks simply would dial '9202'.
> The UA receiving the INVITE is on an internal host with address 10.0.2.200.
>
> I could try 'replace_all("@cybertheque.org","");' but I would like some advice
> as to the nature of the problem as well.  I would also need some test
> calls from the outside to debug the changes.  Anyone willing to call
> a few times (and let me know before you do so I can make the changes
> to ser.cfg)?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Michael
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