[Spce-user] New Install
Horace.Miles at myit-solutions.com
Wed May 7 08:33:21 EDT 2014
Thank you so much for all of your help. All the answers you have given me has helped greatly. I am experiencing the following problem:
I am trying to determine why a jitsi connection will not work. I can find in the kamailio-lb.log where the connection is attempted. However, I am unable to determine an error code as to why the user can not authenticate to the sip server using jitsi: here is an entry from the kamailio-lb.log file
F=sip:hmiles at sip.myit-solutions.com
T=sip:hmiles at sip.myit-solutions.com
R=sip:nagios at voip.sipwise.local
F:-sip:sipsak at 127.0.1.1:7837
T=sip:nagios at voip.sipwise.local
Where would I find the reason the user is unable to authenticate at?
Where can I find an explanation of the entries in the log files?
Your help is very much appreciated..
From: Alexander Lutay [mailto:alutay at sipwise.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2014 7:11 AM
To: Horace Miles; spce-user at lists.sipwise.com
Subject: Re: [Spce-user] New Install
On 06/05/14 15:30, Horace Miles wrote:
> I notice there is a place to put my company log etc. I don’t recall reading where to do that at.
> 8.1.2. Site Customization
> As an operator, you can change the appearance of the CSC panel by
> modifying a couple of parameters in the section www_csc→site_config of
> the config file /etc/ngcp-config/config.yml. Modify the site title,
> your company details and the logo to reflect your use case.
then apply your config changes:
> 5.2. Apply Configuration Changes
> In order to apply the changes you made to /etc/ngcp-config/config.yml,
> you need to execute the following command to re-generate your
> configuration files and to automatically restart the services:
>> ngcpcfg apply
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