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Hello!  I'm testing ZoiperBeta 2.5.32 on two Android smartphones with my Asterisk server.  On each smartphone I have two IAX accounts:

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CLI> iax2 show peers

Name/Username    Host                   Mask       Port      Status

1001_tele2       192.168.3.11     (D)  (null)     48164     OK (172 ms)

1001_megafon     192.168.3.11     (D)  (null)     48164     OK (236 ms)

1002_tele2       192.168.3.21     (D)  (null)     58745     OK (227 ms)

1002_megafon     192.168.3.21     (D)  (null)     58745     OK (354 ms)

4 iax2 peers [4 online, 0 offline, 0 unmonitored]

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On both phones I set *_tele2 account as default.


My Asterisk routes the calls to corresponding accounts (tele2 to tele2):

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    -- Accepting AUTHENTICATED call from 192.168.3.11:48164:
    --        > requested format = gsm,
    --        > requested prefs = (),
    --        > actual format = gsm,
    --        > host prefs = (gsm|ilbc|speex|g729|g723),
    --        > priority = mine
    -- Executing [1002@from-iax-tele2:1] Dial("IAX2/1001_tele2-5068", "IAX2/1002_tele2,60") in new stack
    -- Called IAX2/1002_tele2
    -- Call accepted by 192.168.3.21:58745 (format gsm)
    -- Format for call is (gsm)
    -- IAX2/1002_tele2-14566 is ringing
    -- Hungup 'IAX2/1002_tele2-14566'
  == Everyone is busy/congested at this time (1:1/0/0)
    -- Executing [1002@from-iax-tele2:2] Hangup("IAX2/1001_tele2-5068", "") in new stack
  == Spawn extension (from-iax-tele2, 1002, 2) exited non-zero on 'IAX2/1001_tele2-5068'
    -- Hungup 'IAX2/1001_tele2-5068'
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And here is what I have on the called phone (the incoming call account is mixed up):


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