[OpenSIPS-Users] Quality-based routing in OpenSIPS 1.12
razvan at opensips.org
Tue Sep 2 18:26:04 CEST 2014
For the next OpenSIPS release we discussed about building a
Quality-based routing module.
Using this new module we aim to gather statistics about gateways (PDD,
ASR, ACD, CCR, probably RTP stats) and use this information to reorder
the gateways. These statistics are dynamically learned by OpenSIPS and
constantly evaluates them in order to do real-time routing to the best
The users will be able to set thresholds (PDD, ASR, ACD, etc.) for each
destination. These limits will be used by the Dynamic Routing module
when computing the order the gateways should be used.
Each statistic (like PDD, ASR, etc) has two thresholds :
- one from normal to warning - this means the quality degrades
(when switching to warning, an event will be generated)
- one from warning to disable - the quality is really bad, the
destination is not to be used anymore.
Following the discussion from the IRC meeting, Brett suggested that
this module should be split in two parts:
a) the logic that gathers statistics about gateways
b) a different logic that uses these statistics to take decisions about
how to use the gateways (if they should be used, what is the best order
to be used, etc.)
What do you think it's the best approach? How would you use this module?
You are all welcome to come with any new ideas regarding this topic!
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