[Freeswitch-users] BLF not working

Randy Andrade randy.andrade at gmail.com
Thu Oct 20 02:42:21 MSD 2011

I'm curious what version of firmware you're running on your 504's. I
work with them professionally and have found that certain functions
work better / don't work depending on your version of firmware.
Personally I've found 7.4.8a to be the best stability / feature
balance. 7.4.9a was just released and though it fixes a few bugs,
especiallly related to BLF's, against our servers a lot of more basic
functionality, such as blind transfers and others which were related
to the 500S sidecar, but we weren't testing against FreeSwitch, and we
were testing SPA509G's. Perhaps you'll have better luck with it? Or
better luck not using it, if you are? Point I'm trying to make is,
Cisco has been known to break some functionality in virtually every
recent release of the firmware, so try a couple different revisions,
because your code looks correct. I use it on my Linksys SPA942's and
Cisco SPA508's, which both have working BLF's against my FreeSwitch
box, at home. The SPA508's are running FW v7.4.8a with the BLF's
working fine.


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On Oct 19, 2011, at 5:46 PM, Mike Hammond <mhammond at gcicom.net> wrote:

> Hello all,
> I'm new to FS and I'm having a problem getting BLF working, initially I'm trying with a Cisco SPA504G.
> I've configured a test switch directly on a public IP using the latest download (about a week ago) with a fusionpbx front end gui, running on an ubuntu 10.04 LTS server.
> I've set it up for multi tenant and have had some domain names pointed at my public IP, I can register and use handsets and gateways without an issue on the different tenants offsite from behind nat'd routers.
> Next I wanted to try BLF, so I've configured a spare key on the Cisco handset (extn 204) with fnc=blf+sd+cp;sub=202@$PROXY;ext=202@$PROXY to monitor extension 202 which is within the same tenant domain. But the key is glowing orange so obviously not happy
> If set sofia to debug presence and turn on the sip trace I see the following messaging
> http://pastebin.freeswitch.org/17557
> Can anyone help me with this one as I'm struggling to know what to do next other than strip it all back out and start again with clean a single domain setup.
> Many thanks,
> Mike Hammond
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