SOFTPHONE 1.3.2 (formerly still not solved Softphone 1.3.1 Issue)

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Aug 12th, 2002
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hi

Still have problems now with :

Softphone 1.3.2

TSP ver. 3.2(0.28)

When I use another user it is working in that constellation !!!

Usersetup Callmanager for both users are the same !

Please Help ,

here are the most recent logs :

08/12/2002 19:10:14.116 ciscotsp001.tsp| CSelsiusTSPLink::GetMessage() Read 53 bytes, message number is 4

08/12/2002 19:10:14.116 ciscotsp001.tsp|<--CSelsiusTSPLink::GetMessage()

08/12/2002 19:10:14.116 ciscotsp001.tsp| CCtiInterface::ReceiveLoop() Received message number 4

08/12/2002 19:10:14.116 ciscotsp001.tsp|-->CCtiInterface::ProcessResponse()

08/12/2002 19:10:14.116 ciscotsp001.tsp|-->CCtiInterface::FindAndRemoveSequenceNumber()

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Thanks for HELP

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amishak

Jul 23, 2002, 3:46pm PST (1.)

Hi :

I looked at the trace ..

SelsiusTSP::LostConnectionWorker() Setting the reconnect signal

07/17/2002 20:06:40.741 ciscotsp001.tsp| SelsiusTSP::ConnectLoop() Received connect event.

07/17/2002 20:06:40.741 ciscotsp001.tsp| SelsiusTSP::ConnectLoop() TSP shutting down/does not want to reconnect due to permanent failure and hence do not try to connect

07/17/2002 20:06:40.741 ciscotsp001.tsp| SelsiusTSP::ConnectLoop() Waiting for signal from main thread that there is a request

CSCdv79782 :TSP reconnect fails when connection is lost in middle of reconnect

Fixed in TSP 3.2(0.16) and in future releases

Open a TAC case if you can't find that TSP version.

thanks,

Amisha

-Cisco Systems.


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ciscomoderator Tue, 08/20/2002 - 09:37
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Please refrain from posting very detailed debugs and configurations to this forum. It has been recommended that you open a tac case.


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