Re: [Ekiga-list] area code problem

Le 09/02/13 06:52, paul carpenter a ÃcritÂ:
1. Â Isn't it somewhat of a security risk to post the entire log file to a mailing list? This kind of telephone logfile seems like it might contain sensitive information like my diamondcard account number.

You can send it privately to Eugen.

2.ÂÂ It seems strange that I automatically get this message:

'sip:xxxxxx sip diamondcard us' subscribing to presence of 'sip:001818xxxxxxx'

ÂI do see other messages like 'sip:username ekiga net' subscribing to presence of 'sip:0018555095253', but this is understandable since 855 is a toll free number.

sip:001818xxxxxxx is not the number of an 855 or 877 number (presumably used by ekiga or diamondcard as a utility to route calls), but an 818 number of a friend in California.

There are no other instances of this kind of thing on the log file. So that is a little disturbing.

That is not a problem, that is because it is in your roster. The server will reject it.

3. The main problem that I have had with ekiga (besides not being able to get through to the 518 area code) is that callers on the other end sometimes complain of an echo. When I do the echotest callback in Ekiga, I sound fine. And generally, I hear other people very clearly on my end. But several people have complained of a distracting echo on the other end.

Are you using a headset ? With a good quality headset, it should work.


[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index]