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#200 OCS archiving system blocks audio/video connection

1.16.x
closed-fixed
Jakub Adam
None
Protocol/Other
5
2014-08-12
2013-06-26
Samuel Sieb
No

Fedora 18 64-bit
sipe 1.16.0
pidgin 2.10.7

Trying to start an audio or video connection to another OCS user fails with the following message:
415 Mutipart mime in content type not supported by Archiving CDR service
(Yes, that spelling mistake comes from the server...)

There must be some other way to setup the connection since it works for OCS client to OCS client.

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  • Jakub Adam
    Jakub Adam
    2013-07-01

    Probable solution would be to retry the INVITE without the ms-proxy-2007 part?

    Looks like the most straightforward one, implemented in 2657eaf1.

    Please try building the current git mob branch whether it helps.

     
  • Samuel Sieb
    Samuel Sieb
    2013-07-01

    I won't be able to access that system again until next week. I also have a debug log showing a request from an OCS user to me. It looks like it would work other than not being able to agree on a codec. Would that be useful to add here?

     
    • Jakub Adam
      Jakub Adam
      2013-07-01

      I won't be able to access that system again until next week.

      Take all the time you need.

      I also have a debug log showing a request from an OCS user to me. It looks like it would work other than not being able to agree on a codec.

      Seems to me like an unrelated issue. I would create a new ticket for it.

       
    • Jakub Adam
      Jakub Adam
      2013-07-01

      Not being able to agree on a codec.

      Speaking of codecs, in the attached log I see you have rather incomplete set of video codecs installed:

      a=rtpmap:26 JPEG/90000
      a=rtpmap:97 VP8-DRAFT-IETF-01/90000
      

      For video to work you need H263. On Debian or Ubuntu system you should install gstreamer0.10-plugins-good and gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg to have the needed GStreamer elements.

       
  • Samuel Sieb
    Samuel Sieb
    2013-07-01

    Here's a request from an actual OCS user that the server accepts for reference.

    I'm actually using Fedora and I thought I had all the codecs, but I was missing the gstreamer-ffmpeg package. Thanks for the help, I'll try it out later.

     
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  • Stefan Becker
    Stefan Becker
    2013-09-01

    Samuel: can you please confirm if this bug is fixed with the latest git HEAD?

     
  • Samuel Sieb
    Samuel Sieb
    2013-09-01

    Sorry, I've been away most of the summer. I will try it out next week. I installed the gstreamer-ffmpeg package and it still couldn't negotiate a codec for an incoming request, but I will at least verify that an outgoing request can get to the destination.

     
  • Stefan Becker
    Stefan Becker
    2013-09-21

    • status: open --> closed-fixed
    • assigned_to: Jakub Adam
     
  • Stefan Becker
    Stefan Becker
    2013-09-21

    No feedback from reporter. Assume issue is fixed.

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