[Freeswitch-dev] FSComm basic issue

Suneel Papineni Suneel.Papineni at mettoni.com
Fri Feb 26 08:59:36 PST 2010



I am trying to use FSComm with Freeswitch and facing following issues. 


1.       Using pre-build binary (windows), when the application is
started FSComm is getting Registered properly. When I tried to make a
call, UI displays Dialing... but unable to see any SIP (INVITE) messages
in wireshark traces. After sometime UI displays with message "Call with
(destination number) failed with reason DESTINATION_OUT_OF_ORDER though
destination number is registered with another FSComm"

2.       Also I am unable to see any logs generated in the log folder.


Downloaded the latest source code (Freeswitch 1.0.5 latest updated as on
26/02/10 at 4am) and tried to build FSComm. Build was succeeded.
Application (FSComm) also started and displayed with UI. When I try to
change the preferences, it has thrown Porta Audio Error saying "Error
Querying Audio Devices" even though proper audio devices are present.
Also it doesn't create folders like "conf", "mod". Even after copying
all the required dll's and mod files (as specified in FSComm wiki
pages), application is throwing the same error.


I am using Windows XP machine. Built a Debug & Release version with
32-bit option.

If someone has built FSComm for windows environment and is working fine,
could you please let me know if there are any additional things I need
to do to make it work.


Thanks & Regards




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