[Blink] Bonjour registration bug

István Kuklin kuklinster at gmail.com
Thu Nov 27 19:02:58 CET 2014

Here we go:

I'll send a copy of these mails to the address you gave.


2014-11-20 10:35 GMT+01:00 Dan Pascu <dan at ag-projects.com>:

> 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).
> --
> Dan
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