[Spce-user] Multiple ATA registrations

Lars Froehlich lfroehlich at wittenberg-net.de
Tue Nov 20 06:14:04 EST 2012


i have also multiple registrations (6) in the web interface. The 
kamailio.location table shows these 6 registrations. The records are 
The cseq is incrementing by every re-register on all records. I don't 
reboot the CPE. I have not changed the limit of 5 registrations.
The content in the web interface and the content of the database are the 
same (6 entries).
The 'ngcp-kamctl proxy ul show' show the registration only once.

My Provider use the PRO Version and he told me that this problem on the 
PRO Version doesn't exists. We are using the same CPE 'AVM Fritz!Box 7390'.

How can I help to debug this strange problem?


Am 20.11.2012 10:46, schrieb Jon Bonilla:
> El Mon, 19 Nov 2012 20:39:04 -0500
> Dave Massey <dave at optionsdsl.ca> escribió:
>> I did contact the company, and its not gonna get fixed.  Im gonna guess
>> because its not breaking any RFC, that they don't see the different call-id
>> across reboots as a problem. :(
>> This doesn't really explain why all the duplicate entries when its not
>> rebooted, but at least I have a final word on one of the issues. But so far
>> since kamailio only has one correct entry in its cache regardless of what the
>> DB says, me deleting out the database every so often has not caused any
>> issues so far.
> Please explain me again something:
> When you see different multiple registrations in the web interface, is the
> content of the database and the content of kamailio cache different?
> Because there's another issue here and it's that the number of registered
> devices is limited to 5 by default, so no more than 5 registrations should be
> seen in any case.
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