[pjsip] DTLS-SRTP. No SRTP transmission
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Thu Apr 12 05:28:55 EDT 2018
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On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 8:16 PM, Christian Scheid <cscheid at appguard.us>
> the good people from pjsip support pointed me in the right direction: the
> offerer wasn't initiating the DTLS-SRTP handshake.
> The reason was that the RTPEngine needed to be configured with a DTLS role
> of 'active', which was 'passive' before.
> Hope this helps others.
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 5:08 PM, Christian Scheid <cscheid at appguard.us>
>> we are currently trying to get DTLS-SRTP working with two Android clients
>> and a Kamailio/RTPEngine server. It's been a bit rough, to say the least.
>> So I could use some help. I also pledge to buy anyone who can assist a six
>> pack of beer. I'll Paypal it to you. :)
>> So what's happening? In short: nothing. No sound. Which is what I'm
>> desperately craving for!
>> The DTLS handshake completes fine between the two parties but when it
>> comes to transmitting srtp, the sender gives me:
>> Error sending RTP: Invalid operatiion (PJ_EINVALIDOP)
>> In the receiver logs with DTLS_DEBUG turned on I see:
>> DTLS-SRTP ssl_on_recv_packet
>> dtls0x7bcd47568000 SSL_read() error: Unknown OpenSSL error 0
>> dtls0x7bcd47568000 SSL_get_error: 5: Unknown OpenSSL error 0
>> dtls0x7bcd47568000 DTLS-SRTP ssl_flush_wbio
>> strm0x7bcd3b927c28 !Error sending RTP: Invalid operation (PJ_EINVALIDOP)
>> dtls0x7bcd47568000 !DTLS-SRTP receiving 1045 bytes
>> SSL_get_error 5 means: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL. Some non-recoverable I/O error
>> Uhhhh, ugly!
>> In the Wireshark output I see UDP packets from the receiver but nothing
>> from the sender. Hmm. Perhaps a RTPEngine config issue?
>> So I uploaded sender, receiver and wireshark logs here:
>> If anyone could give me a hint on where to go from here, I'd be eternally
>> grateful, Since... I've... banged... my... head... against... the... walll.
>> with this one... a lot.
>> You wanna ask a stupid question? Don't be shy, go ask a stupid question.
>> I'm a pj beginner. Any stupid quest may put me on the right track.
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