brian.west at mac.com
Mon Apr 16 03:50:03 PDT 2007
If you can get on IRC and provide me with your account details with
broadvoice then we can proceed but without that I can't really even
start to have this issue looked at I need to lab this up for Anthony
to look at.
On Apr 15, 2007, at 10:40 PM, Jonathan Rogers wrote:
> On 4/15/07, Brian West <brian.west at mac.com> wrote:
>>> Apparently, FreeSwitch tries to look up "BroadWorks" in DNS and
>>> doesn't find anything, because that's not an existing DNS name.
>> I don't think that is what is going on. Have these guys never heard
>> of freakin SRV records. :P
> That is exactly what's going on; what do you find if you look up the
> name "BroadWorks" in DNS? There's no TLD called "BroadWorks" so I
> don't see how it could succeed. I captured all the traffic with
> Wireshark and I can see that FreeSwitch does SRV lookups and gets a
> negative response.
> I have noticed that when I use my Sipura ATA with Broadvoice, it uses
> a special Broadvoice nameserver, so it's possible that that nameserver
> resolves the name "BroadWorks". Is the realm supposed to be a DNS
> name? I don't fully understand how the authentication works. Though
> Asterisk does seem to work with Broadvoice, it does seem that
> Broadvoice is pickier and more difficult to use than other services,
> so I may decide to switch to a different one.
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