[Blink] Blink (linux version) with TLS support

Carlos Cruz Luengo carlos at cruzccl.com
Thu Oct 7 17:01:17 CEST 2010


Thank you very much, already solved! I don't know how I haven't seen it
before... sorry!

On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 4:44 PM, Adrian Georgescu <ag at ag-projects.com> wrote:

> You may want to read this help page with examples:
>
> http://icanblink.com/blink-qt-beta.phtml
>
> Adrian
>
> On Oct 7, 2010, at 4:34 PM, Carlos Cruz Luengo wrote:
>
> Thank you very much for such a quick answer
>
> You should use the blink-settings command line tools for editing the
>> settings on Linux
>>
>
> I have tried all kind of "blink-settings -a set XXXX=YYYY" reading this<http://sipsimpleclient.com/wiki/SipConfigurationAPI#MiddlewareSettings>,
> with no success...
>
>
>> The outbound proxy syntax you used is not correct. Set the OB to any
>> hostname and you will see the correct syntax, which you then can edit in a
>> safer way
>>
>
> How do I set that parameter through blink-settings command? Thank you very
> much!
>
>
>
>>
>> On Oct 7, 2010, at 4:22 PM, Carlos Cruz Luengo wrote:
>>
>> I am having problems to configure TLS directly editing ~/.blink/config, as
>> there is no settings gui for the Linux version of Blink. I want to register
>> blink with a Kamailio server (running on 10.10.0.44:5061 and serving a
>> self-signed certificate) using SIPS instead of SIP over UDP. ¿Could someone
>> with MacOS read the configuration file after activating SIPS so I can
>> copy/paste it?
>>
>> This is my current config file, but does not even start Blink, what am I
>> doing wrong? Thanks!
>>
>> Accounts:
>>     1000 at 10.10.0.44:
>>          display_name = 1000
>>         enabled = false
>>         auth:
>>             password = 1000
>>
>>         rtp:
>>             srtp_encryption = mandatory
>>             use_srtp_without_tls = false
>>
>>         sip:
>>             outbound_proxy = SIPProxyAddress(10.10.0.44, port=5061,
>> transport=tls)
>>
>>
>>     bonjour at local:
>>         enabled = false
>>         rtp:
>>             srtp_encryption = mandatory
>>             use_srtp_without_tls = true
>>
>>
>>
>> SIPSimpleSettings:
>>     default_account = 2000 at 10.10.0.44
>>     resources_directory = /Applications/Blink.app/Contents/Resources
>>     user_agent = "Blink 0.20.2 (GNU/Linux)"
>>     audio:
>>         alert_device = system_default
>>         directory = history
>>         input_device = system_default
>>         output_device = system_default
>>
>>     chat:
>>         directory = history
>>
>>
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