[Blink] Bonjour registration bug

Dan Pascu dan at ag-projects.com
Thu Nov 20 10:35:05 CET 2014


On 6 Nov 2014, at 22:12, Kuklin István wrote:

> Hello there,
> 
> I'd like to report a bug in connection with Blink sip client.
> I use a TLS account for making secure sip calls, but I've encountered a problem that makes the registration no longer automatic and inconvenient. There is a Bonjour account in the program. It seems like if it is disabled, my account cannot be registered. I need to enable Bonjour first, and then I need to disable and re-enable my account. It is not a problem for me to have the Bonjour account enabled, but I always have to switch to my account at the top if I would like to make a call, and if I quit the program left my account switched to it, then next time I have to re-enable my account again, otherwise it won't register, because Bonjour seems weren't initialized yet. I've recorded my desktop for better understanding:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5wEMD_VX2A
> It would be the best if I would not need to use Bonjour.

This is not something we ever encountered before, so I assume it has something to do with your particular service provider and the DNS lookups in their domain. Bonjour cannot be the culprit as there is no relation between the bonjour account and the other accounts. All accounts are standalone and register independently of each other.

Please enable logging by going to preferences -> logging. In there click on "Clear log files" so you start fresh and only record this test. Then enable traces for SIP, Notifications and Core Library at level 4. Then restart blink and send us the log files you find in ~/.blink/logs/ to support at ag-projects.com (mention they are for this issue). Even if the account doesn't register, wait a minute or two before grabbing the log files and sending them (it is possible the account might register but it takes a while to do the DNS lookups the first time).

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Dan






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