Audio call time out
Settings on both Android devices are DHTProxy Off, UPNP enabled, TURN disabled, Local peer discovery enabled - this is on both ends.
Both caller and called party are on two separate ISP's - the ping between the two parties is less than 5ms.
Both are on a 100Mbps fiber network, hence bandwidth is NOT an issue.
When an audio call is being established between the two parties,
This is the scenario
When you attempt calling a contact, the screen shows the called person's name with the Hangup icon - it neither says connecting or ringing, after about 5-10 seconds. It returns back to the conversation window.
From my brute analysis - the connection times out.
However I can over come this by a simple work around.
I send a text message to the party whom I want to call, the first text message takes 5-10 seconds to be delivered - this is to a person on a 5ms ping network.
Once the first text message is delivered, then if you attempt to call the person, it immediately goes to connecting and also starts to ringing.
In my opinion the connection part is too slow when trying to connect directly to a peer - you have to come up with a fix.
The connection is fast when both the clients are in the same LAN.
I am attaching the logs of success and failed cases - success cases became success only after I sent a text message to establish the connection.
The other issue is when the call is ringing - there is no ring back tone - you have to see the screen to make sure it is ringing. logringworking3.txt