Summary:ASTERISK-10001: chan_ooh323 don't work correctly
Reporter:Thiago Maluf (malufrj)Labels:
Date Opened:2007-08-01 10:04:26Date Closed:2011-06-07 14:03:14
Versions:Frequency of
Environment:Attachments:( 0) asterisk_sip-h323_20070801.log
( 1) h323_log
( 2) ooh323.conf
Description:Hi people,
I wanna work with Asterisk 1.4, and need work with 2 channels, SIP and H.323.
Because I have one Proxy SIP, OpenSER, and other Proxy H.323, GnuGK.
My tests with chan_h323 wasn't good and  I compiled chan_ooh323 in replace.
But until now, I still donĀ“t get one perfect call. The RTP traffic don't pass in the two directions or the call is broken.
When I call H.323 to SIP, my sip softphone ringing and my h.323 terminal show the message "XXXX is ringing", but when I answer, the call in SIP stay active while the call in H.323 is broken (hangup).
When I call SIP to H.323, the call is established but the RTP traffic just work in H.323 to SIP direction while in the other direction become mute, i.e., without RTP traffic.
I am sniffering the messages SIP and H.323 in the clients and in the PROXY to help us.
My software version is: Asterisk 1.4.8 and Asterisk-addons 1.4.2
thanks in advanced,
Thiago Maluf.
Comments:By: Thiago Maluf (malufrj) 2007-08-01 10:07:48

I uploaded three files:
asterisk_sip-h323_20070801.log : it's my Asterisk Console while I mad the calls.
h323_log : Log created by OOH323 Channel
ooh323.conf : my OOh323 conf file

By: Thiago Maluf (malufrj) 2007-08-01 10:36:47

I tryied now with chan_ooh323 in SVN and it doesn't work.
Asterisk die when I try call in both directions.
the message is asterisk: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/asterisk/modules/chan_ooh323.so: undefined symbol: ast_rtp_setqos

By: Jeanneth Cordova (jeanneth) 2007-08-09 23:39:20

I have the same problem with ooh323 so i change to openh323 and it is better, now is working!!!!:)

By: Jeanneth Cordova (jeanneth) 2007-08-09 23:41:34

I have the same problem with ooh323 so i change to openh323 and it is better, now is working!!!!:)

By: Jason Parker (jparker) 2008-01-09 13:21:42.000-0600

The undefined symbol error is caused by building against the wrong tree of asterisk.

It also appears as though chan_ooh323 is receiving a hangup from the other side.

If you are still able to reproduce this, and can provide more debugging information, please reopen this bug.