On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 6:38 PM, Tom Salmon <tom at tomsalmon.com> wrote:
> I'm trying and failing to get a video SIP call through Asterisk (1.4.30).
> I have 'videosupport=yes' in my sip.conf and all codecs are allowed.
> Has anyone managed to get this type of setup working?
That has been on my list for quite some time, but never took proper
time to look into it.
I would take a look at asterisk's debug and read the call log. My
favourite method is to stop the asterisk daemon and run: asterisk
Then make the call and take the output of the call for analysis. In my
experience, it is almost always a firewall rule, nating issue or codec
Also found this which might be of interest:
If you go down the debug route, i'd like to hear back from you. Also
consider upgrading to asterisk 1.6 :)
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