[Serusers] parse_uri: bad char
michael.grigoni at cybertheque.org
Tue Jun 19 02:11:26 CEST 2007
Cesc Santa wrote:
> On 6/18/07, Michael Grigoni <michael.grigoni at cybertheque.org
> > Well, sip:9202 at email@example.com:5060
> <http://10.0.2.200:5060> is obviously an invalid
> > aor. Try to figure out where it comes from.
> Indeed, that is the question.
> As you got the irony but not the answer ... here it is: your AOR has 2
> domain parts (2 parts after an @).
> That is wrong. Something is messing up with your proxy :)
Sorry, I thought that was obvious in my original post; my question
was _where_ was that 2 part uri coming from ? A misconfigured UA?
I didn't do a packet capture but I thought that the issue may have
been raised somewhere before and was seeking comments ;)
I would have no control over unknown users' UAs.
Anyway, my solution is working.
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