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kitkat0981
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:33 pm    Post subject: mjproxy user-agent not correct Reply with quote

does anyone know how to change the user agent value that goes out when usin mjproxy? i compiled from source bu the user agent comes up as the xlite agent im using, so mj wont respond as it does not have the correct user-agent value.

is there a new source of code for mjproxy that changes the useragent value before sending to mj?

i know that on asterisk you can have the user-agent value changed in the trunk settings, but im using 3cx on a windows box, and it does not have that functionality.

thanks
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crackerjack
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:20 pm    Post subject: Re: mjproxy user-agent not correct Reply with quote

kitkat0981 wrote:
does anyone know how to change the user agent value that goes out when usin mjproxy? i compiled from source bu the user agent comes up as the xlite agent im using, so mj wont respond as it does not have the correct user-agent value.

is there a new source of code for mjproxy that changes the useragent value before sending to mj?

i know that on asterisk you can have the user-agent value changed in the trunk settings, but im using 3cx on a windows box, and it does not have that functionality.

thanks

The user-agent string is NOT required for authentication and it does NOT originate within the mjproxy code.
If you are having authentication or authorization problems don't blame the user-agent value. Look elsewhere...
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kitkat0981
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2010 6:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

thats the only difference between the 2 test both using the same xlite client. 1 with mjmd5 the other with mjproxy
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