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SIP Plugin & MySQL

Question asked by jperez3 on May 29, 2008
Latest reply on Jun 2, 2008 by Dele Olajide

 

Just a observation, I was audting my MySQL table for openfire and I noticed something weird.

 

 

In the table data under SIP I can see the values for the SIP sever, username and SIP user name and Ports.  I would image they are reflective to the settings within Openfire however the for the stun server it is blank.  I have never been able to get openfire sip working since version 3.4.3. 

 

 

Could this be a contributor of an SIP timed out authorization for registering accounts, or would this be an issue at all for SIP support?

 

 

Thanks for your time, I'm curious as to your feedback on this one.

 

 

Attached are screen shots from PhPMyadmin page

 

 

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