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  • July 22, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Scott Lawrence  Lawrence
    Senior Expert
    Posts: 5031
    On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 07:03, ser die wrote:
    
    > when can we expect the sipxphone to be released
    
    We've been focusing on getting the servers going first; the phone will
    begin getting attention very shortly, and we expect it to be a quick
    port (to the all-open components).
    
    > has any body using the sipfoudnry's server
    > when i downloaded the sipxportlib but it is not at all
    > compiling. when i run ./configure it says it has not 
    > fount cppunit but when i try to install that with 
    > sourceforge.net its not compiling well 
    > so can any body guide me
    
    You didn't say whether you used the tarball or checked out from
    subversion.  At this point, the subversion main branch is nearly ready
    for the 2.5.2 milestone - defined as being runnable but not yet QA'ed
    enough to call it a stable branch.  
    
    The best way to see where we are is to look at the issue tracker:
    
    http://track.sipfoundry.org/
    
    -- 
    Scott Lawrence
    Consulting Engineer
    Pingtel Corp.   
    sip:slawrence@xxxxxxxxxxx
    +1.781.938.5306 x162
    
    
  • September 11, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Mikayel Vardanyan  Vardanyan
    New Member
    Posts: 28
    Can anyone tell when sipXphone source code will be available? 
    Also if anybody can explain how to build simple sipXphone with available 
    libraries?
    
    Thanks,
    M.V.
    
    ---------------------------------------------
    American University of Armenia.
    
    http://www.aua.am
    
    
  • September 13, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Bob Andreasen  Andreasen
    Supporter
    Posts: 280
    Hello Mikayel,
    
    The sipXphone should be checked into subversion this week.  The source
    tree now builds in my environment, I need to test/debugging it a bit
    before checking it in.
    
    Bob
    
    On Saturday, September 11, 2004, 5:06:20 AM, you wrote:
    
    > Can anyone tell when sipXphone source code will be available? 
    > Also if anybody can explain how to build simple sipXphone with available
    > libraries?
    
    > Thanks,
    > M.V.
    
    > ---------------------------------------------
    > American University of Armenia.
    > http://www.aua.am
    
    
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  • September 22, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Mikayel Vardanyan  Vardanyan
    New Member
    Posts: 28
    hello all,
    
    I need some help concerning sipXphone I built jni layer under windows and 
    javacore and softphone now what to do to start my softphone working? 
    
    
    M.V.
    
    ---------------------------------------------
    American University of Armenia.
    
    http://www.aua.am
    
    
  • September 24, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Bob Andreasen  Andreasen
    Supporter
    Posts: 280
    Hello Mikayel,
    
    I'm still working on getting the sipXphone project to compile and work
    under both Linux and Windows.  At this point, you can launch the
    softphone under windows by executing the "sipXphone.bat" batch file in
    the softphonebin directory after building all of the components.
    
    However, some path problems exist (can't find/save configuration files,
    ring tones, splash screens, etc).  I'll address these as soon as
    possible.  The linux build is in better shape.
    
    -
    Bob
    
    On Thursday, September 23, 2004, 2:12:22 AM, you wrote:
    
    > hello all,
    
    > I need some help concerning sipXphone I built jni layer under windows and
    > javacore and softphone now what to do to start my softphone working? 
    
    
    > M.V.
    
    > ---------------------------------------------
    > American University of Armenia.
    > http://www.aua.am
    
    
    > _______________________________________________
    > sipx-dev mailing list
    > sipx-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    > List Archive: http://list.sipfoundry.org/archive/sipx-dev
    
    
  • September 24, 2004 at 12:00 am  
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    Mikayel Vardanyan  Vardanyan
    New Member
    Posts: 28
    Thanks Bob, but I can't find any sipXphone.bat file at softphonebin 
    directory, there is only sipXphone.sh.in file. Also can you tell the steps 
    that have to be done to start softphone. I have sipXphone.dll, ix.jar, 
    softphone.jar, javacore.jar, xpressa.jar, is this enough????
    
    
    > Hello Mikayel,
    > 
    > I'm still working on getting the sipXphone project to compile and work
    > under both Linux and Windows.  At this point, you can launch the
    > softphone under windows by executing the "sipXphone.bat" batch file
    in
    > the softphonebin directory after building all of the components.
    > 
    > However, some path problems exist (can't find/save configuration files,
    > ring tones, splash screens, etc).  I'll address these as soon as
    > possible.  The linux build is in better shape.
    > 
    > -
    > Bob
    > 
    > On Thursday, September 23, 2004, 2:12:22 AM, you wrote:
    > 
    > > hello all,
    > 
    > > I need some help concerning sipXphone I built jni layer under windows
    
    and
    > > javacore and softphone now what to do to start my softphone working?
    
    > 
    > 
    > > M.V.
    > 
    > > ---------------------------------------------
    > > American University of Armenia.
    > > http://www.aua.am
    > 
    > 
    > > _______________________________________________
    > > sipx-dev mailing list
    > > sipx-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    > > List Archive: http://list.sipfoundry.org/archive/sipx-dev
    > 
    
    
    M.V.
    
    ---------------------------------------------
    American University of Armenia.
    
    http://www.aua.am
    
    
  • October 3, 2005 at 12:00 am  
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    gmutech gmutech  gmutech
    New Member
    Posts: 13

    Hi,

    1) I completed installation and the sipxpbx2.8.1 on FC3  and it  starts
    fine,
        My machine is totally slow now.. looks like sipxVxml is
    the memory hog, wonder what it is doing when there are no users in the
    system!
        I don’t want voice mail feature. How can I shutdown this alone
    ?

    2)
      I have a question on Authorization Realm is this == domain name(like
    mycompany.com)?
      Then what if I want to have multiple SIP PBX in mycompany?
      Do I need to create sipauthrealm2.mycompany.com ? or just have
      multiple SIP Domains hostname_of_sippbx1.mycompany.com and
    hostname_of_sippbx2.mycompany.com
      in the same authrealm?

      Given the SIPXPphone add line config asks for SIP URL like
    <sip:gmu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, I guess to have 2 PBX systems in
    same   
      domain,  I  need to define  two auth realms and
    say <sip:gmu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> if gmu is defined in
    PBX1?
      Just with doman name how does it figure out the REGISTER destination IP?
    Should I not say <sip:gmu@ip.address.of.sipxpbx1/fullyqualified
    pbxhostname>

    3) Finally,for SIPXPhone outbound proxy SIP_PROXY_SERVERS
    (
    Generally, this is entered in the format sip:[domain name].com)
        should I not be entering 
    <sip:ip.address.of.sipxpbx1/fullyqualified pbxhostname>
    If I just say domain name like <sip:mycompany.com> , how will the phone
    know who to send the INVITE to?
     

    I think my questions 2&3 have a very similar theme..

    Please help me understand.
    thanks,
    Gmu

  • October 4, 2005 at 12:00 am  
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    Dale Worley  Worley
    Senior Expert
    Posts: 2992
    On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 20:24 -0600, Gmu wrote:
    > 1) I completed installation and the sipxpbx2.8.1 on FC3  and it
    > starts fine,
    >     My machine is totally slow now.. looks like sipxVxml is the memory
    > hog, wonder what it is doing when there are no users in the system!
    >     I don't want voice mail feature. How can I shutdown this alone ?
    
    sipXvxml is a memory hog, but once it has started up (and allocated 300
    MB of virtual memory), it goes to sleep unless a call is connected to
    it.  After a little while, all of the 300 MB gets swapped out, so it
    shouldn't affect your ongoing performance.
    
    To not start it, you can edit /etc/sipxpbx/WatchDog.xml to read:
    
          <!-- VXML voicemail and autoattendant applications -->
    <!--
          <process name="MediaServer" restart="enable"
    max_restarts="3"
    report="enable" max_reports="3">
             <failure_contact
    method="email">dworley@localhost</failure_contact>
          </process>
    -->
    
    > 2) 
    >   I have a question on Authorization Realm is this == domain name(like
    > mycompany.com)?
    
    It usually is.  The realm is controlled by this line
    in /etc/sipxpbx/config.defs, which is a shell script:
    
    SIPXCHANGE_REALM=`hostname -d`
    
    (Note the `...`, which is a shell script construction that means
    "Execute the command 'hostname -d' and take its output as the character
    string to be used here.")
    
    You can change the realm to anything you like by changing that line:
    
    SIPXCHANGE_REALM=anything-you-like.com
    
    In reality, the realm has *nothing* to do with your SIP domain names.
    The only requirement is that the phones know to use that realm to
    authenticate themselves when they register.  Most phones allow you to
    specify the realm independently of the SIP domain they are registering
    for.
    
    >   Just with doman name how does it figure out the REGISTER destination
    > IP? Should I not say <sip:gmu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/fullyqualified
    > pbxhostname>
    
    A SIP REGISTER request for a name "user@domain" is *always* sent to the
    URI "sip:domain".  So you have to make sure that your A or SRV records
    in DNS will send those SIP requests to the correct sipX.
    
    Dale
    
    
    
  • October 4, 2005 at 12:00 am  
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    Guy Hulbert  Hulbert
    Expert
    Posts: 383
    On Tue, 2005-04-10 at 10:15 -0400, Dale R. Worley wrote:
    > On Mon, 2005-10-03 at 20:24 -0600, Gmu wrote:
    > > 1) I completed installation and the sipxpbx2.8.1 on FC3  and it
    > > starts fine,
    > >     My machine is totally slow now.. looks like sipxVxml is the
    memory
    > > hog, wonder what it is doing when there are no users in the system!
    > >     I don't want voice mail feature. How can I shutdown this alone ?
    > 
    > sipXvxml is a memory hog, but once it has started up (and allocated 300
    > MB of virtual memory), it goes to sleep unless a call is connected to
    
    Are you sure?  The main problem is that it leaks ... (fixed in svn).
    
    Under top I only see 40MB allocated.  Doesn't seem to be significant
    compared with the java stuff:
    
      PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
     4515 sipxdata  18   0  635m 154m  80m S  0.0 30.7   0:00.28 java
     4994 sipxdata  20   0  227m  18m  46m S  0.0  3.6   0:00.98 java
     4202 root      16   0 53680 9064  45m S  0.0  1.8   0:00.85 XFree86
     4654 sipxdata  25   0  216m  14m  44m S  0.0  2.8   0:00.22 rmiregistry
     4799 sipxdata  16   0  215m  14m  43m S  0.0  2.9   0:00.80 java
     2428 postgres  16   0 17100 2196  16m S  0.0  0.4   0:00.05 postmaster
     5154 postgres  17   0 17764 5400  16m S  0.0  1.0   0:01.00 postmaster
     5156 postgres  16   0 17504 3208  16m S  0.0  0.6   0:00.00 postmaster
     4005 sipxdata  15   0 20052 3992  14m S  0.0  0.8   0:00.03 sipdbtest
     4013 sipxdata  16   0 28228 3336  13m S  0.0  0.6   0:00.04
    sipregistrar
     4438 sipxdata  16   0 24896 3340  13m S  0.0  0.6   0:00.02 sipstatus
    15218 root      16   0 44120  42m  12m S  0.0  8.5   0:00.14 sipXvxml
    15291 root      16   0 44120  42m  12m S  0.0  8.5   0:03.07 sipXvxml
    15292 root      15   0 44120  42m  12m S  0.0  8.5   0:00.01 sipXvxml
    
    --gh
    
    <snip>
    
    
    
  • October 4, 2005 at 12:00 am  
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    Dale Worley  Worley
    Senior Expert
    Posts: 2992
    On Tue, 2005-10-04 at 11:21 -0400, Guy Hulbert wrote:
    > Are you sure?  The main problem is that it leaks ... (fixed in svn).
    
    Maybe I'm mistaken, or it has changed since I worked with it.  In any
    case, the point is that it doesn't consume much in the way of real
    resources once it has started up.
    
    Dale
    
    
    
  • October 4, 2005 at 12:00 am  
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    Guy Hulbert  Hulbert
    Expert
    Posts: 383
    On Tue, 2005-04-10 at 11:23 -0400, Dale R. Worley wrote:
    > On Tue, 2005-10-04 at 11:21 -0400, Guy Hulbert wrote:
    > > Are you sure?  The main problem is that it leaks ... (fixed in svn).
    > 
    > Maybe I'm mistaken, or it has changed since I worked with it.  In any
    
    I hope so ... I thought perhaps I was mis-interpreting the memory
    requirements.
    
    > case, the point is that it doesn't consume much in the way of real
    > resources once it has started up.
    
    It does if you use it heavily.  Then the system starts to swap ... I am
    about to put the fixed version onto our production system to see if the
    leak is fixed (I have been just killing it every 12 hours ... the
    watchdog is extremely useful for that).
    
    --gh.
    
    > 
    > Dale
    > 
    > 
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    > 
    -- 
    Guy Hulbert <gwhulbert@xxxxxx>
    
    
  • August 10, 2008 at 12:00 am  
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    Hi all,
     
    Can I use sipxphone to test sipx ‘s functions? What kind of
    authentication should I do? Thanks.
     
    Best,
    Michael Huang
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