C++: How to correct to set up reference of the class function into the non-class reference variable

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I have been use the MQTT-library by Goel Gaehwiller(ver. 2.5.0) ad got a little problem with the implementation of the MQTTClient into my own class. The library used a non-class function as a call-back. I tried to use many C++ macroses, but all break the compilation:

void CMQTT::local_mqtt_callback(MQTTClient* client, char* topic, char* payload, int payload_length)
    //if ( call_back != NULL )
    //    call_back( client, topic, payload, payload_length );

void CMQTT::doMQTTSetting()
    mqtt_client->begin(host.c_str(), port, *wifiClient);

    //mqtt_client->onMessageAdvanced( std::bind2nd(std::mem_fun(&CMQTT::local_mqtt_callback),1) ); //no matching function for call to 'mem_fun(void (CMQTT::*)(MQTTClient*, char*, char*, int))'
    //mqtt_client->onMessageAdvanced( std::bind2nd(&CMQTT::local_mqtt_callback,1) ); //no matching function for call to 'MQTTClient::onMessageAdvanced(std::binder2nd<void (CMQTT::*)(MQTTClient*, char*, char*, int)>)'
    //mqtt_client->onMessageAdvanced( std::mem_fun(&CMQTT::local_mqtt_callback) );//no matching function for call to 'mem_fun(void (CMQTT::*)(MQTTClient*, char*, char*, int))'
    //mqtt_client->onMessageAdvanced( std::bind(&CMQTT::local_mqtt_callback),this) );//no matching function for call to 'MQTTClient::onMessageAdvanced(std::_Bind_helper<false, void (CMQTT::*)(MQTTClient*, char*, char*, int)>::type, CMQTT*)'


What is incorrect in my code? I know, that declaration of function local_mqtt_callback as static would be decission, but I can understand what is wrong in my code.

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