Nicolas a Ã©crit :
> imfanee@y... a Ã©crit :
>> this depen on your config if u config forward_rtp=true then it will
>> bypass rtp
>> if u do it false it will proxy rtp
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Nicolas"
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2006 8:29 PM
>> Subject: [yate] H323-SIP proxy
>>> Sorry for all my questions ;)
>>> I need clarification about the H323-SIP proxy
>>> Does the RTP goes straight from the H323 endpoint to the SIP
>>> UserAgent or the RTP goes through the Yate?
>>> For the application I plan to use yate, it would be great if the rtp
>>> goes straight.
>>> Thank you for reply
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> Thanks for the reply:)
> I have another question :p
> Yate has a gatekeeper function and i don't understand where is to
> declare the aliases and H323 ID authorized
I have tested yate converting H323 to SIP. I sent 30 simultaneous call
using H323 to yate who send them to a SIP server, the RTP was forwarded
and after about 1 hour, I got a "segmentation fault".
I am using a debian sarge with a kernel 2.6.
I installed openH323 from there:
I have compiled yate from yate-1.0.0-1.tar.gz
How can i avoid this error?
Thanks for reply