Re: [Ekiga-list] Help debugging interoperability with Messenger

Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le samedi 07 février 2009 à 17:28 +0000, Andrea a écrit :
>> I would like to ask help to understand why I cannot connect (any more) to Windows Messenger.
>> I was able to connect audio/video using Ekiga 2.X, but today, first time I have tried with Ekiga
>> 3.0.2 I cannot see video and audio is mute (same for them).
>> I have attached the output of "ekiga -d 4", maybe there is something clear about what is wrong.
>> I might be something completely unrelated, but the echo test works for both of us.
>> Using Ekiga 2.x I used to have an issue whether PCMU was above or below PCMA (can't remember which
>> way), but I have tried both and the result is the same.
>> Thank you very much.
>> Here is the log
> I see that it asks to receive audio video on ports in the 506X range,
> but it receives nothing.
> It's possible that the STUN test goes wrong and that those ports it
> detects are not correct.
> Could you check if Ekiga 2.0.x also detects ports in the same range?
> You can see this in the INVITE, in the m=audio and m=video lines.

Thanks for the suggestion, but it turned to be a NAT issue (as usual).
My friend changed a modem for a router so introducing a NAT.
I discovered that Messenger cannot use STUN to traverse the NAT.
Going back to the modem, everything worked (better than ekiga 2, which is great!).

I guess asking for ideas how to solve the NAT issue for Messenger is Off-Topic here!

I will force him to install ekiga-windows.


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