[SIP Beyond VoIP] Error while establishing a session

Adrian Georgescu ag at ag-projects.com
Mon Dec 19 21:39:26 CET 2011

This has to do with building GNUTLS library.

The documentation in docs/Install.osx-10.7 and docs/Install.osx-10.6 is up to date and works just fine.


On Dec 19, 2011, at 8:08 PM, Mihai Richard wrote:

> Hello,
> I’m having trouble establishing a sip session using the latest python-sipsimple on Mac OSX. The account that I’m using was set up with the following commands:
> sip-settings --account add  te at 1234
> sip-settings -a default te at
> sip-settings --account set te at presence.enabled=True
> sip-settings --account set te at  nat_traversal.use_ice=True
> sip-settings --account set te at nat_traversal.msrp_relay=
> If I run a sip-session and than try to do a /chat mr at I get a 
> media stream failed; A TLS packet with unexpected length was received. error
> I am using the sources retrieved using ‘darcs get http://devel.ag-projects.com/repositories/python-sipsimple’ and before I start sip-simple or sip-settings I must do a export VERSIONER_PYTHON_PREFER_32_BIT=yes.
> However if I get the sources from http://download.ag-projects.com/SipClient/ and install sipsimple I can successfully make a session but in this case, sip-session runs in a 64-bit python interpretor. I must run sip-session in a 32-bit environment.
> Do you know if there were some changes to the python-sipsimple code or the fact that it runs on 32 bits might cause this problem?
> Thank you,
> Mihai Richard
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