Thanks, Lorenzo. Tech support over at Callcentric was kind enough to check into it a little for me and pointed out that SIP Broker has flagged the proxy code (*8954) as failing. So, it looks like the linphone.org domain is not accepting inbound calls. If that's the case, there's nothing we retail users can do about that. That would be up to tech support at linphone to resolve.
Appreciated the response, -- Paul. On Thu, Sep 15, 2022 at 2:57 PM Lorenzo Corgiat Mecio < lorenzocorg...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Paul, > > I am facing a similar issue. > I was using Cisco spa303 on linphone. > It has been working fine since about two weeks ago when I stopped > getting incoming calls as well on all my hardphones. > I DID NOT change anything on the network or phone configuration. > I also tried other networks and fresh factory-reset phones with > different software versions without luck. > Devices register fine and can make calls. > For experiment I setted up a classic vintage Grandstream 2000 phone > and that seems to work. > I say it seems because calls take ages to get through. I mean, I call > and the receiving phone can sometimes take 10 seconds to start > ringing. > Other SIP providers are working fine with both setups and calls are > incoming in less than a second as usual. > I opened a topic here a few days ago but no answers so far... > I get on the phone I am calling from "User hasn't been found". > Settings are UDP. > > Thank you > > Skinoku > > Il giorno gio 15 set 2022 alle ore 19:34 Paul Flint <fli...@gmail.com> > ha scritto: > > > > Hi, Newbie here, long time user of Obihai ATAs, used to doing my own > setup. > > > > Here's a problem I can't seem to solve: > > > > I set up a Service Provider and Voice Service for a new Linphone account > on an Obi 200. It registers fine and I can initiate SIP calls to Voip.ms, > callcentric, and SIPBroker. > > > > I can't call it, though. I get 403 and 404 errors from voip.ms, > callcentric, and 2 different ways from SIPBroker: a) using the **275 route > from callcentric, and b) dialing from a PSTN line (in both cases using the > *8954 proxy code for linphone). > > > > When dialing from an Obi 202, I put the URI in a speed dial slot. > > > > So, am I an idiot and missing something obvious, or is something subtle > going on? > > > > Thanks in advance. > > > > -- Paul. > > _______________________________________________ > > Linphone-users mailing list > > Linphonefirstname.lastname@example.org > > https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users > > _______________________________________________ > Linphone-users mailing list > Linphoneemail@example.com > https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users >
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