[Users] Disconnect Cause on OpenSER

Peter Childs peter.childs at nec.com.au
Thu Jul 6 07:45:04 CEST 2006

I also remember (triggered by the 1 minute thing) that some gateways
expect to see RTCP signalling along with the RTP.   If they do not then
they consider the call dead and clear it out.

On Wed, 2006-07-05 at 20:07 +0300, Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:
> Hi,
> it might be a signalling problem. Most of the UA drops the calls if they 
> do not get the ACK for 200 OK.
> check on the network if this is the case.
> regards,
> bogdan
> Hamid Ali Asgari wrote:
> >The calls are between two UAs.
> >The problem is that with a certain type of UA (type A), the calls are ok if
> >the calls are between two type A UAs and don't get disconnected. I can talk
> >as long as I want.
> >
> >But if I try calling from that UA (type A) to Windows messenger, the call
> >gets disconnects after less than a minute. In the 1 minute I can talk (so I
> >assume it's not a CODEC problem, correct me if I am wrong)
> >
> >I have also tried with a UA and a Cisco gateway. On the Cisco debugs I see
> >Disconnet cause code 102 (Session-End-Callback ) which I don't think would
> >be the case. There is no callback config on the gateway or the UA.
> >
> >I guess the UA is tearing down the call for some reasn I don't know. 
> >
> >Any clues?
> >Hamid

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