[OpenSIPS-Users] mediaproxy, force trusting SDP
Kristian F. Høgh
kfh.opensips at kfh.dk
Sat Nov 8 13:56:02 CET 2014
Thanks for your answer.
Your drawing is correct. The second proxy is the one doing failover to second upstream server.
The first proxy, doesn't see the failure and therefore I can't call end_media_proxy.
The first answer seen by the proxy controlling the media-proxy is the 183 from upstream2.
The problem is the first upstream hijacks the RTP stream before I get the answer from upstream2
On Friday 07 November 2014 14:12:34 SamyGo wrote:
> Here is what it looks like to me;
> NAT'd Client<=====>OpenSIPS+Media-Proxy<======>Second Proxy??<=====>Upstream
> From what I understand, your main issue is that after
> failover/failure_route your call goes to second Carrier and since the
> use_media_proxy has been called for first one, hand shake has been done in
> SDP the media relay still waits on for the first Media stream to continue.
> What you really want is that even in case of rollover to second , third, or
> even fourth carrier the media-proxy should redo the SDP exchange for each
> carrier failover.
> For the above mentioned scenario you need to end_media_proxy() (possibly in
> failure_route), then in the config area where you dial over to second
> gateway recall the use_media_proxy function so that media proxy be ready to
> exchange media with newer SDP IPs.
> BTW if the far end has "rejected" the call by sending Busy you shouldn't
> loop try dial again, its not good to keep ringing someone once they've
> rejected call; only if the carrier has sent you some other SIP failure code
> only then you should go for re-attempt.
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 7:09 AM, Kristian F. Høgh <kfh.opensips at kfh.dk>
> > Hi,
> > I receive an INVITE from a NAT'ed client, which I forward to a second
> > proxy after calling use_media_proxy.
> > The second proxy send the INVITE upstream.
> > Upstream starts sending RTP (to media-relay), then rejects the call.
> > I try next gateway (on second proxy), which answers 100, 183 and later 200
> > OK. (And sends RTP to media-relay)
> > Unfortunately the relay received 7 RTP packages from the failed attempt,
> > and therefore RTP from succesfull call is ignored.
> > As I know the IP range is non- NAT'ed, I would like to ignore the RTP from
> > the first gateway, by forcing relay to use SDP.
> > Is it posible to tell the relay "This client is not NAT'ed, use IP
> > address/port from SDP"?
> > Or
> > Don't forward RTP before SDP. (That way, RTP from failed call would be
> > ignored)
> > Regards,
> > Kristian Høgh
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