Description of problem:
Imagine the same scenario as in bug 449385 except I have upgraded the Fedora 8
side to Fedora 9 just to test whether iax wil not become to work between the
same versions. It does not. Even things got worse. Now even SIP is not working
properly. Some calls are OK, some are broken in several seconds. Now I have no
way to interconnect two callweavers.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Most calls are terminated after several seconds.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Interconnect two callweavers with SIP porotcol.
2. Make a call.
3. Call will probably hang afetr several seconds.
I get this on remote side:
Jun 5 10:33:18 WARNING: chan_sip.c:1538 retrans_pkt: Maximum
retries exceeded on transmission ............... for seqno 103 (Critical Response)
Jun 5 10:33:18 WARNING: chan_sip.c:1560 retrans_pkt: Hanging up
call ..................... - no reply to our critical packet.
== Spawn extension (fromiax, 616, 2) exited non-zero on '..............'
... and audio stops.
Call does not brake.
Callweaver-22.214.171.124 did not help, but it looks like the problem does not appear
during regular calls, only calls to echo test is affected.
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