[Serusers] remote connections

Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul pelinescu-onciul at fokus.fraunhofer.de
Thu Mar 13 18:38:01 CET 2003

On Mar 13, 2003 at 17:25, Mat Harris <mat.harris at genestate.com> wrote:
> hi, I have just today started playing with SIPS at work and found ser fun.
> BTW, all the following is done with micro$oft messenger 4.6 for testing (eugh!)
> I have set it all up at home and am trying to connect from work. I know the
> connection is getting through the firewall because a tcpdump shows all the
> expected results, and I know that ser is running ok, because I can login from
> my home workstations.
> Does ser do any sort of access control based on ip addresses that may be
> causing it to reject my external connections?

No. You have to explicitly specify it in the config file, for example
something like:
 if (src_ip== { drop; }

Increase the debuging level and look in the ser log. It should write
something when it receives a packet.

> Also, I have set up the realm with mysql authentication and I can communicate
> with others on the same domain, but should I be able to communicate with
> other sips users of other private networks (as long as they allow it) without
> any configuration.
> Do I have to do something to make that work?

No, it should work.


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