[pjsip] py_pjsua error when registering an account
gideonk at bizcall.co.za
Tue Sep 18 02:43:56 EDT 2007
No problems, at least you know there is at least one person interested
in the Python section. I really appreciate all your help so far, Benny.
Thanks for the quick responses. I can now do what I set out to do,
which is to monitor the status of phones registered to an Asterisk
server from within my existing Python PBX management framework.
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[mailto:pjsip-bounces at lists.pjsip.org] On Behalf Of Benny Prijono
Sent: 17 September 2007 05:46 PM
To: pjsip embedded/DSP SIP discussion
Subject: Re: [pjsip] py_pjsua error when registering an account
Gideon Klompje wrote:
> It seems there's a problem when adding a new SIP account. The code
> snippet (from "pjsua_app.py", which is pretty much what I use as a
> template for registration purposes) is:
> # Configure account configuration
> acc_cfg = py_pjsua.acc_config_default()
> acc_cfg.id = "sip:" + acc_username + "@" + acc_domain
> acc_cfg.reg_uri = "sip:" + acc_domain
> acc_cfg.cred_count = 1
> This gives the following error:
> AttributeError: 'py_pjsua.Acc_Config' object has no
> attribute 'cred_count'
> My code follows pretty much the same layout as "pjsua_app.py", which
> gives the above error. Is this a bug in the "py_pjsua" module, or
> "pjsua_app.py" just not reflect some change in the source?
It's kind of both; I did made major change to the Python module to
make it more Python-ish, but I've got to admit I didn't do that much
QA (hey, I didn't know anybody is interested with it!).
Anyway, it's fixed now in r1438. So now most of the "xx_count"
fields are gone, since that's sooo not Python. The way to add
credential to account config is by using something like this:
cred_info = py_pjsua.Pjsip_Cred_Info()
cred_info.realm = "*"
cred_info.scheme = "digest"
cred_info.username = acc_username
cred_info.data_type = 0
cred_info.data = acc_passwd
acc_cfg.cred_info = cred_info
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