|Summary:||ASTERISK-01113: First call after MGCP endpoint restart fails|
|Date Opened:||2004-02-27 07:09:06.000-0600||Date Closed:||2004-09-25 02:51:27|
|Description:||After an endpoint has been restarted the first call|
often fails. The reason for this is that when you
terminated a call the used connection is deleted BUT
there is also a new connection created ????
If you in this state restart the endpoint (sending
RSIP with restart) the previous created connection
is not removed. So the first call made is trying to
use this connection which the endpoint know nothing
about now because it has restarted.
The problem seems to be that this strange connection
is created when you hangup the phone. What I can see
this is because in the mgcpsock_read function a new
connection is always created if you receive a response
with an SDP in it and you don't have an rtp already up.
During hangup a modify connection is first sent which
produces a response with an SDP. So therefore a new
connection is created causing problems at restarts.
Shouldn't a restart from an endpoint clear all old
data ?? You could get a restart in a middle of a call.
|Comments:||By: serkan (serkan) 2004-02-27 14:27:25.000-0600|
One of the issues fixed by patch in ticket ASTERISK-1108 is this one. FYI..
By: Mark Spencer (markster) 2004-04-15 10:28:40
Fixed in CVS