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Hello there,

We are evaluating the solution in an VM (wich is straight forward, thanks to ovf file Wink

But we've got a probleme for registering with our (French) Sip provider (

We can see some "chan_sip.c:6799 in determine_firstline_parts: Bad request protocol Packet" in the warning log.

Of course the same account works with a softphone or linkssys SPA922 and the same firewall (control of course).

We have tried the and the

Searching on google with this error speak about some "cirpack keepalive packet" we must drop but i don't know how to drop packet by string on my control....and it's seems me a really strange solution.

Any idea ?



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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Try to capture the communication using the built-in packet sniffer and look for problems in the SIP messages exchange.


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thanks for the answer, the registration is now OK.

I'am potsing a new message about my configuration and dificulties.

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