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RE: [Linphone-users]Bugs in Linphone (Route Header+shutdown hangs)

From: Aymeric Moizard
Subject: RE: [Linphone-users]Bugs in Linphone (Route Header+shutdown hangs)
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 10:35:46 +0100 (CET)

On Tue, 4 Feb 2003, Klaus Darilion wrote:

> > I would like to know wether ser will support a pre-route set
> > with a different host? Can you confirm that?
> I have the ser proxy local installed, and sent an INVITE to it with the
> route header:
> Route: <;lr>
> my ser proxy forwards the request to the iptel proxy and removes the
> route header. But the INVITE of the forwarded message looks like this:
> INVITE;lr SIP/2.0
> and the iptel proxy replies with 404 Not Found - seems like ser acts
> like a mixture of strict (rewrite of the request uri) and loose routing.
> I would say the rewritting of the first ser proxy is wrong, because it
> shouldn't rewrite the request uri.

You are right.
This is surprising.

> Furthermore I found in the RFC3261 that if the route header is the same
> as the proxy it should remove it and forward the message. Looks like ser
> is playing wrong. We should write the iptel guys an email, I'm sure they
> know more about this.

CC me please.

> > > What is it good for to have a "pre-route set" when the
> > server in the
> > > route header is the same as the one to which the invite is sent?
> >
> > By using the Route header, the mechanism to send the request
> > is always the same. In linphone case, this makes the code to
> > send requests simpler as there is no special cases based on
> > the context of the dialog (first invite without a dialog,
> > second invite without a dialog (authentication), re-invite
> > within a dialog.
> >
> > This makes the application easier to code, maintain. :)
> > Hope you are convinced.
> Not sure yet - this routing behavior is to complicated for me so I can't
> (will not) verify it. I hope your right! :-)

sorry: in the case where they uri and route contains the same host, I
agree this is a non sense to add both.


> >
> > I don't have gnome2 so I can't tell you.
> Good for you - IMHO gnome2 is very slow. :-(
> Regards,
> Klaus
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