[Serusers] (no subject)

Jan Janak jan at iptel.org
Mon Feb 23 11:03:38 CET 2004

It looks like you are experiencing a loop because the server does not
consider mydomain.com to be his own domain. Edit the configuration file
and add alias=mydomain.com


On 22-02 06:33, Graham Turner wrote:
> have just spent a first few hours of using the "sip express router" so
> apologies up front for what is definitely a beginners question. 
> the ser software is installed on a freebsd v5.2 host - the ser package was
> installed using the sysinstall program. 
> to date i have so far not modified the condiguration of the ser server
> given comment that the default "ser.cfg" file is sufficient to enable local
> communication. 
> i have modified the dns zone to include the SRV RR as follows; 
> _sip._udp.mydomain.com ......
> this is verified from nslookup 
> have reconfigured the "sip communication service connection configuration"
> advanced settings of windows messenger 5.0 (on windows 2000) with the ip
> address and fully qualified host name of the SER server and to use udp (not
> tcp) 
> when attempting signon using an arbitrary id of me at mydomain.com WM reports
> "signing into sip communications service failed ...." 
> the SER host console logs three messages which i summarise as below;
> "message too long (40)" 
> "udp_send failed" 
> t_forward_nonack: sending request failed
> I don't know if I have taken the note that the default config will work
> without modification a bit too literally, but any advices on this will be
> gladly received 
> GT
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