[Freeswitch-users] Incorrect nonce

Jonas Gauffin jonas.gauffin at gmail.com
Wed Mar 3 23:01:54 PST 2010

You are correct, I'm using DNSSRV.

imho it's a bug when FS is not using the same nonce in the response as it
received in the request. It might be a design flaw only that only appears
when running against multiple servers through DNSSRV, but it's still a bug.

I'm sure it's easy to fix for Anthony with his m4d sk1llz ;)

On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 2:49 PM, Robin Vleij <viper at fx-services.com> wrote:

> On 2010-03-02 16:02, Jonas Gauffin wrote:
> Hi Jonas,
> > I got a problem with rejected calls due to 403 (happens sometimes).
> > My sip provider found the problem, the nonce used by FS is sometimes
> > incorrect (I got the trace from my sip provider).
> Your problem is not a bug. The problem is that your SIP provider has two
> proxies (that you probably find via SRV). Instead of using one gateway
> profile that selects either of them, you have to configure both gateways
> as separate elements. That way FS will use the nonce it gets in the 407,
> instead of mixing them up between the two proxies (who don't have state).
> You either use one gateway for outbound and the other one as failover in
> the bridge app, or you use mod_distribute to distribute.
> /Robin
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