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    Hi there,

    I'm running 10.6.8 after updating from iAtkos s3 and Facetime will work for a short time after I boot (can receive and make calls without issue). However, a short time later it stops working. If I receive calls, nothing happens and if I make outgoing calls, the phone will ring but when I accept and it says "Connecting", Facetime (on snow) will continue calling forever without establishing a connection. Or it'll just say "Call failed" immediately.

    If I turn off and on Facetime, again it will work for a very short period before the same thing happens again.

    Anybody have this issue and what did you do to resolve it?

    I suspect it may have to do with the background processes that monitor Facetime calls because I see this error in Console:

    FTMessageDelivery failed! Error (NSURLErrorDomain:-1206): The server registration.ess.apple.com requires a client certificate. https://registration.ess.apple.com/W.../wa/deregister
    imagent ApplePushService: Certificate doesn't match host
    imagent Couldn't retrieve identity
    FaceTime [Warning] Trying to update button images for unknown segment: -1
    imagent [Warning] Missing email, but oh well
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    Turns it out it was my router. When I put my desktop in the DMZ, it works flawlessly now.
    Weird that on my macbook pro it works all the time regardless but with the desktop it needs to be placed in the DMZ to work or else the router blocks the connection somehow. Both are using the same router to connect to the internet, the macbook wirelessly and the desktop through ethernet.
    Prior to placing the desktop in the DMZ, no computer was in it.

 

 

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