[Spce-user] incoming call
dgrotti at sipwise.com
Tue Mar 17 11:47:43 EDT 2015
You can increase the log level and see details:
ngcp-kamctl proxy fifo debug 2
then redo the call and share the log.
Probably you will have a line with "
Dropping local branch"
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On 03/17/2015 04:38 PM, Andrew Pogrebennyk wrote:
> strange that incoming call from peer does not have Request-URI user:
> Call from PSTN - R=sip:10.200.10.15:5060;transport=udp , but I see then
> "Rewriting called party '0' to '2112'" so I suppose you know what you
> are doing.
> Regarding the error, it can be caused by the wrong domain configuration,
> e.g. if the IP=10.200.10.8 that '2112' is registering from, is one of
> the domains you created in the system, or even local IP of the system.
> Have you checked this possibility? Is '2112' registered dynamically or
> statically via the Web UI? Is 10.200.10.8 reachable from this machine?
> On 03/17/2015 08:33 AM, Mykola Zaika wrote:
>> I have a problem with incoming calls from PSTN.
>> What does this error means?
>> *Mar 17 08:53:15 spce proxy: ERROR: sl [sl_funcs.c:387]:
>> sl_reply_error(): ERROR: sl_reply_error used: I'm terribly sorry,
>> server error occurred (6/SL)*
>> Such behavior also with calls between local subscribers
>> Log from /var/log/ngcp/kamailio-proxy.log
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