I’m having the same issue. I installed hudlite-server on my FC9 machine and the clients can connect, they just cannot dial. Using the only public version of the server I could find, which was 1.4.32. Using the latest HUD client on XP machines.
exten => 1234,1,Dial(SIP/user1)
exten => 4321,n,Dial(SIP/user2)
exten => 1122,n,Dial(SIP/user3)
<opt> <sip1234> <e1234>User1Phone</e1234> <e1234>user1</e1234> <e1234>user1</e1234> <e1234>my@email</e1234> <e1234>User1</e1234> <e1234>5551231234</e1234> <e1234>10000</e1234> </sip1234> (other users) </opt>
I can connect, we can see each other (3 of us), but cannot dial. I can use X-Lite to dial to my own extension.
I used -debug2 to see the output when I place calls. Here’s what I see:
Action: Originate Channel: SIP/1234 Context: from-internal Exten: 1234 Priority: 1 Callerid: user1 <1234> Relay:socketInput> Response: Error Event:store> Starting in the middle of an event with (Response: Error) so we'll skip Relay:socketInput> Message: Originate failed Event:store> Starting in the middle of an event with (Message: Originate failed) so we'll skip Relay:socketInput>
Here’s the output from Asterisk (1.4.2)
[Aug 26 17:28:08] WARNING: chan_sip.c:2921 create_addr: No such host: 1234 Really destroying SIP dialog 'email@example.com' Method: INVITE [Aug 26 17:28:08] NOTICE: channel.c:2863 __ast_request_and_dial: Unable to request channel SIP/1234 localhost*CLI>
I have no idea what to do. Searching turns up nothing and I don’t want to pay $600 for a similar solution.