Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-24 Thread Lorenzo Corgiat Mecio
Can you do the opposite?
Call the LK460 from the linux software?


Il Sab 24 Set 2022, 02:25 cont...@louisfasullo.com 
ha scritto:

> My LG LK460 to LM Linux Mint Computer IT WORKS GOOD
>
>
> On Thursday, September 15, 2022 01:56 PM CDT, 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 
> 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
> > Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> > https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
>
>
>
>   ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-23 Thread contact

My LG LK460 to LM Linux Mint Computer IT WORKS GOOD


On Thursday, September 15, 2022 01:56 PM CDT, Lorenzo Corgiat Mecio 
 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 
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
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users

___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


 
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-15 Thread Paul Flint
Pretty sure, it's self-service.

Start here:  https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users

On Thu, Sep 15, 2022 at 4:43 PM az_devdog--- via Linphone-users <
linphone-users@nongnu.org> wrote:

> I do not have a Linphone account & don't need to keep receiving your
> emails.
> Please remove me from your mailing list.
>
> --
> Sent with Tutanota, enjoy secure & ad-free emails.
>
>
>
> Sep 15, 2022, 13:09 by fli...@gmail.com:
>
> 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 
> 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
> > Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> > https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-15 Thread az_devdog--- via Linphone-users
I do not have a Linphone account & don't need to keep receiving your emails. 
Please remove me from your mailing list. 
-- 
 Sent with Tutanota, enjoy secure & ad-free emails. 



Sep 15, 2022, 13:09 by fli...@gmail.com:

> 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
>>  > >> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
>>  > >> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>>  
>>  ___
>>  Linphone-users mailing list
>>  >> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
>>  >> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>>___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-15 Thread Paul Flint
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 
> 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
> > Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> > https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] No Incoming Calls.

2022-09-15 Thread Lorenzo Corgiat Mecio
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 
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
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users

___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

2021-06-11 Thread Dovid Bender
I met Yealink and asked them why they had it enabled by default. They said
a lot of customers have different proxies and they would get more support
tickets if it was set to disabled. For firewalls how would this not help?
If they have a stateful firewall it would only accept packets where there
is a session out. So if they don't send a packet out there should be none
allowed back.


On Fri, Jun 11, 2021 at 12:01 AM Trent Creekmore  wrote:

> A firewall is not going to help. On many SIP telephones this can be an
> issue. On Yealink they have a setting labeled “Accept SIP trusted Server
> only” which will cause those ‘ghost calls’ to stop. I am not sure why they
> do not have it enabled. Seems this should be default on all SIP telephones
> these days.
>
>
>
> I have not seen such a setting on LinPhone, but I would of thought such
> security would be in the code.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *From:* Linphone-users  lindows@nongnu.org> *On Behalf Of *Dovid Bender
> *Sent:* Thursday, June 10, 2021 6:48 PM
> *To:* linphone-users@nongnu.org
> *Subject:* Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls
>
>
>
> Without knowing your set up if I had to guess the calls you are getting
> are most likely from attackers out there that are looking for vulnerable
> phone systems to compromise. They will send calls to random IP's and if
> they find a vulnerable system they make calls on the phone systems owner's
> expense. Some phones have an option to disable such calls but I don't see
> one on Linphone (at least not in the version I have here). A simple
> firewall should be able to block such calls.
>
>
>
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 5:36 PM Ray Martel  wrote:
>
> I am using Linphone as a way to connect to a comrex ACCESS for radio
> reports.
>
> Recently I keep getting incoming calls that just don’t stop. This has
> happened with some but not all of us using this.
>
> Any idea of how to change settings to stop this?
>
> The second thing is that occasionally I can’t get an ip address on some
> installs. Instead I get a weird number after my name instead of an IP.
>
>
>
> Would really love to email with someone because this works great for me
> and I would like to fix these small but very annoying problem.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Ray Martel*
>
> Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network,
>
> WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager
>
>
>
> *Audacy | New York*
>
> 345 Hudson St, 10th Fl
>
> New York, NY 10014
>
> O: +212-524-2904
>
> M: +917-414-0219
>
> ray.mar...@audacy.com
>
> WCBS 880 <https://wcbs880.radio.com/>
>
> [image: WCBS880_MetsRadio_pos_rgb]
>
>
>
>
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

2021-06-10 Thread Trent Creekmore
A firewall is not going to help. On many SIP telephones this can be an issue. 
On Yealink they have a setting labeled “Accept SIP trusted Server only” which 
will cause those ‘ghost calls’ to stop. I am not sure why they do not have it 
enabled. Seems this should be default on all SIP telephones these days.

 

I have not seen such a setting on LinPhone, but I would of thought such 
security would be in the code.

 

 

 

From: Linphone-users  On 
Behalf Of Dovid Bender
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2021 6:48 PM
To: linphone-users@nongnu.org
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

 

Without knowing your set up if I had to guess the calls you are getting are 
most likely from attackers out there that are looking for vulnerable phone 
systems to compromise. They will send calls to random IP's and if they find a 
vulnerable system they make calls on the phone systems owner's expense. Some 
phones have an option to disable such calls but I don't see one on Linphone (at 
least not in the version I have here). A simple firewall should be able to 
block such calls.

 

On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 5:36 PM Ray Martel mailto:ray.mar...@audacy.com> > wrote:

I am using Linphone as a way to connect to a comrex ACCESS for radio reports.

Recently I keep getting incoming calls that just don’t stop. This has happened 
with some but not all of us using this.

Any idea of how to change settings to stop this?

The second thing is that occasionally I can’t get an ip address on some 
installs. Instead I get a weird number after my name instead of an IP.

 

Would really love to email with someone because this works great for me and I 
would like to fix these small but very annoying problem.

 

 

 


Ray Martel

Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network, 

WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager

 

Audacy | New York

345 Hudson St, 10th Fl

New York, NY 10014

O: +212-524-2904

M: +917-414-0219

 <mailto:ray.mar...@audacy.com> ray.mar...@audacy.com  

 <https://wcbs880.radio.com/> WCBS 880



 

 

___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org <mailto:Linphone-users@nongnu.org> 
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users

___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

2021-06-10 Thread Ray Martel
Thank you Chris. The issue is at the linphone end. Not the Comrex end. My 
anchors are getting incoming calls to their computers. Is there any way to curb 
that?

Thank you for getting back to me.

Greatly appreciated.




Ray Martel

Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network,

WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager



Audacy | New York

345 Hudson St, 10th Fl

New York, NY 10014

O: +212-524-2904

M: +917-414-0219

ray.mar...@audacy.com<mailto:ray.mar...@audacy.com>

WCBS 880<https://wcbs880.radio.com/>





From: Chris Woods 
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2021 10:11:29 PM
To: linphone-users@nongnu.org 
Cc: ray.mar...@audacy.com 
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls


[cid:121061022114600259@us-mta-591.us.mimecast.lan]

Hi Ray,

SIP spam sucks eh :(

My broadcasting workplace has a fleet of Access Racks which were regularly 
hammered, and due to the partial N/ACIP support (but no real tolerance for 
invalid signaling or drive-by attacks they would get from SIP spammers) they 
would frequently lock up, or mistakenly get stuck awaiting a valid handshake to 
complete and effectively become stuck engaged.

Not much you can do directly with the Comrexes except change listening ports 
(which itself brings the obvious challenges for interoperability), obfuscate 
them behind firewalls with whitelists, change their public IPs, perhaps 
restrict access to specific source IPs if feasible -- or even have them only 
accessible indirectly via SIP server or SBC and use that to help filter out the 
junk and noise hitting them. Happy to discuss off-list if you want.

Worth checking you're on the latest v4 firmware as the stability did improve a 
bit over the 2.7. If you're not aware, be sure to install new CF cards, as the 
old ones in our Racks were, and still are, notorious for spontaneously dying 
when power cycled after very long uptimes (and firmware updates).

Cheers
Chris


On Thu, 10 Jun 2021, 22:37 Ray Martel, 
mailto:ray.mar...@audacy.com>> wrote:

I am using Linphone as a way to connect to a comrex ACCESS for radio reports.

Recently I keep getting incoming calls that just don’t stop. This has happened 
with some but not all of us using this.

Any idea of how to change settings to stop this?

The second thing is that occasionally I can’t get an ip address on some 
installs. Instead I get a weird number after my name instead of an IP.



Would really love to email with someone because this works great for me and I 
would like to fix these small but very annoying problem.







Ray Martel

Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network,

WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager



Audacy | New York

345 Hudson St, 10th Fl

New York, NY 10014

O: +212-524-2904

M: +917-414-0219

ray.mar...@audacy.com<mailto:ray.mar...@audacy.com>

WCBS 880<https://wcbs880.radio.com>



[WCBS880_MetsRadio_pos_rgb]





___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org<mailto:Linphone-users@nongnu.org>
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users<https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

2021-06-10 Thread Chris Woods
Hi Ray,

SIP spam sucks eh :(

My broadcasting workplace has a fleet of Access Racks which were regularly
hammered, and due to the partial N/ACIP support (but no real tolerance for
invalid signaling or drive-by attacks they would get from SIP spammers)
they would frequently lock up, or mistakenly get stuck awaiting a valid
handshake to complete and effectively become stuck engaged.

Not much you can do directly with the Comrexes except change listening
ports (which itself brings the obvious challenges for interoperability),
obfuscate them behind firewalls with whitelists, change their public IPs,
perhaps restrict access to specific source IPs if feasible -- or even have
them only accessible indirectly via SIP server or SBC and use that to help
filter out the junk and noise hitting them. Happy to discuss off-list if
you want.

Worth checking you're on the latest v4 firmware as the stability did
improve a bit over the 2.7. If you're not aware, be sure to install new CF
cards, as the old ones in our Racks were, and still are, notorious for
spontaneously dying when power cycled after very long uptimes (and firmware
updates).

Cheers
Chris


On Thu, 10 Jun 2021, 22:37 Ray Martel,  wrote:

> I am using Linphone as a way to connect to a comrex ACCESS for radio
> reports.
>
> Recently I keep getting incoming calls that just don’t stop. This has
> happened with some but not all of us using this.
>
> Any idea of how to change settings to stop this?
>
> The second thing is that occasionally I can’t get an ip address on some
> installs. Instead I get a weird number after my name instead of an IP.
>
>
>
> Would really love to email with someone because this works great for me
> and I would like to fix these small but very annoying problem.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Ray Martel*
>
> Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network,
>
> WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager
>
>
>
> *Audacy | New York*
>
> 345 Hudson St, 10th Fl
>
> New York, NY 10014
>
> O: +212-524-2904
>
> M: +917-414-0219
>
> ray.mar...@audacy.com
>
> WCBS 880 
>
> [image: WCBS880_MetsRadio_pos_rgb]
>
>
>
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users


Re: [Linphone-users] Random Incoming calls

2021-06-10 Thread Dovid Bender
Without knowing your set up if I had to guess the calls you are getting are
most likely from attackers out there that are looking for vulnerable phone
systems to compromise. They will send calls to random IP's and if they find
a vulnerable system they make calls on the phone systems owner's expense.
Some phones have an option to disable such calls but I don't see one on
Linphone (at least not in the version I have here). A simple firewall
should be able to block such calls.

On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 5:36 PM Ray Martel  wrote:

> I am using Linphone as a way to connect to a comrex ACCESS for radio
> reports.
>
> Recently I keep getting incoming calls that just don’t stop. This has
> happened with some but not all of us using this.
>
> Any idea of how to change settings to stop this?
>
> The second thing is that occasionally I can’t get an ip address on some
> installs. Instead I get a weird number after my name instead of an IP.
>
>
>
> Would really love to email with someone because this works great for me
> and I would like to fix these small but very annoying problem.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> *Ray Martel*
>
> Executive Producer WCBS Mets Radio Network,
>
> WCBS Newsroom Operations Manager
>
>
>
> *Audacy | New York*
>
> 345 Hudson St, 10th Fl
>
> New York, NY 10014
>
> O: +212-524-2904
>
> M: +917-414-0219
>
> ray.mar...@audacy.com
>
> WCBS 880 
>
> [image: WCBS880_MetsRadio_pos_rgb]
>
>
>
>
> ___
> Linphone-users mailing list
> Linphone-users@nongnu.org
> https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users
>
___
Linphone-users mailing list
Linphone-users@nongnu.org
https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/linphone-users