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#52748 by southsound
Sat Apr 10, 2010 9:05 pm
It has something to do with FreeSwitch - the VOIP software that the Telo uses. I'm not a programmer but I believe it may be a process internal to the CID funtion. Here is a reference to mod_sophia in some source code documentation that I discovered from their website: http://fisheye.freeswitch.org/browse/FreeSWITCH/src/mod/endpoints/mod_sofia I have no idea to what it refers.

Also noted that it seems to be a FreeSwitch associated bug in sipek2 - a free SIP softphone project also using freeSwitch:
http://code.google.com/p/sipek2/issues/detail?id=17
#52850 by ooma1113
Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:12 pm
southsound wrote:It has something to do with FreeSwitch - the VOIP software that the Telo uses. I'm not a programmer but I believe it may be a process internal to the CID funtion. Here is a reference to mod_sophia in some source code documentation that I discovered from their website: http://fisheye.freeswitch.org/browse/FreeSWITCH/src/mod/endpoints/mod_sofia I have no idea to what it refers.

Also noted that it seems to be a FreeSwitch associated bug in sipek2 - a free SIP softphone project also using freeSwitch:
http://code.google.com/p/sipek2/issues/detail?id=17


I've got the hub and have just noticed mod_sofia also so this is not just on the telo. The cid still shows up on handsets and cell.
I'm not sweating this as I'm sure it will be resolved at somepoint. :D
#52855 by southsound
Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:13 pm
ooma1113 wrote:I've got the hub and have just noticed mod_sofia also so this is not just on the telo. The cid still shows up on handsets and cell.
I'm not sweating this as I'm sure it will be resolved at somepoint. :D

Your comment about mod_sofia showing up in logs on the hub got me to doing a little more searching. Again, I am not a programmer so please be kind if my assumptions are way out of line. Here is some info I gleaned from Sourceforge:

Sofia-SIP is an open-source SIP User-Agent library, compliant with the IETF RFC3261 specification. It can be used as a building block for SIP client software for uses such as VoIP, IM, and many other real-time and person-to-person communication services. Sofia-SIP is based on a SIP stack developed at the Nokia Research Center. Sofia-SIP is licensed under the LGPL.


So I am guessing that this library is used not only on the Telo running FreeSwitch but also on the servers and possibly even in the ooma implementation of astrisk since they would want to be able to pass some of the same information from both devices to the server. Maybe we could have someone with a background in VOIP programming chime in and give insight. The resident raccoon is in over his head.
#52860 by jdorin
Mon Apr 12, 2010 5:28 pm
I followed the "freeswitch" link SouthSound included in his earlier posting .. it took me to a site showing stages of software development, and a programmer's name and email address! I wrote to the programmer, Raymond Chandler, asking for an explanation of what this is all about. When/if I get a reply from him, I'll post it here.

As we all await with bated breath ... :?

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