For one of my inverstigations it looks like i’m back to “square one”
I’m trying to accept an incoming XMPP call and forward it conditionally to a sip, isdn, or voicemail. No google is involved as i use a local xmpp server (ejabberd)
I was experimenting on 184.108.40.206 (with jabber.conf, jingle.conf), but some suggested me to have a look at asterisk11,so i did…
I downloaded and built 11-beta1. Edited (according to the asterisk11 wiki-page) extensions.conf, chan_motif.conf, jingle.conf and restarted.
Same behavior, except for minor details. As soon as I start, ejabberd tells me that the defined user becomes online. in motif.conf
(This is actually progress, as in 220.127.116.11 I saw only empty strings coming along 😉
But when starting an audio or an AV-call, I only see the xmpp-debug message (used to be jabber-debug-message). Within de xmpp-message I see the capabilities (samplerate, codecs, address, port) from the jitsi-client.
Although I made a separate context in the dialplan, it seems never to get there: hence no answer 🙁
Eventhough I explicitly point to them in xmpp.conf and jingle.conf…. So my client remains in “connecting” for ever….
Other suggestion were to look at the xmpp server. However, i got three client-machines (two Ubuntu-12.04, one XP) all are installed with Jitsi (xmpp-client) and multiple accounts that are registerd on ejabberd. All of them can place jingle-calls to each other:
so nothing wrong with the xmpp-clients or the xmpp-server.
The fact that i see on the cli xmpp-debug messages ariving when trying to connect, or sending text messages indicates that asterisk is seen by xmpp-client/server.
But i seem to be be missing something some vital config, as asterisk does not respond at all at those incoming trafic.