Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Wed Nov 12 06:05:12 PST 2008

you are calling

This is going to use the USER channel which does a lookup in your XML
directory for <domain>
the looks for <user> with the appropriate id within that domain.

once it finds one it will try to fetch the param dial-string from <params>
in <user> or <domain> (in that order)
once it finds that it tries to call it.

Clearly you have that misconfigured because it is not resolving it.

That is why my previous suggestion was to try the default config to compare.

mv /usr/local/freeswitch/conf /usr/local/freeswitch/conf.bak
make install

The sample config uses the ip of the box as the domain and offers user
1000-1016 or something like that all with pass 1234.

If you do not name your profile the same name as your domain or at least
have an alias for the profile that is equal to your domain name you will not
be able to use the user channel.

You can always opt for the alternate method of sofia/<profile

On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Peter P GMX <Prometheus001 at gmx.net> wrote:

> regarding:
> >it means your user is not registered.
> Before I made the call I registered both phones manually (btw. I can
> make calls from both phones).
> Then I did a sofia status profile internal and it shows me both phones
> registered on that domain:

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