Port Allocation failed
If there are not enough RTP ports, Brekeke SIP Server will reject a call with “486 Busy Here”.
An administator can recognize it at Brekeke SIP Server admintool > [Call Logs] page as “Port Allocation failed” in [result] column in the log line for the call.
Please go to Brekeke SIP Server admintool > [Configuration] > [RTP] page and raise the value of [Maximum Port].
How to calculate the number of ports needed:
Each SIP session with RTP-relayed by Brekeke SIP Server consumes 4 ports (2 for RTP, 2 for RTCP).
By default, there are 1000 ports opened for both RTP and RTCP, which means the maximum 249 concurrent RTP-relayed calls can be handled.
For example, to handle 400 concurrent RTP-relayed calls, 400 x 4=1600 ports are needed.
Need to set [Configuration] > [RTP] as
======================== [Minimum Port] = 10000 [Maximum Port] = 11600 ========================
Increase file descriptor limit on Linux
If Brekeke SIP Server is running on Linux system, you need to increase file descriptor limit to a number greater than the number of ports used by Brekeke SIP Server.
1. open and edit /etc/security/limits.conf
2. change the number in following lines to a larger number, such as
* soft nofile 10240 * hard nofile 10240
3. restart pc