[Users] LCR in cache mode

Papadopoulos Georgios geop at altectelecoms.gr
Wed Apr 25 11:37:00 CEST 2007

Hello Juha, 

Well, in my case the IP belongs to an asterisk server which then sends
the call to 5 PSTN gateways. I use this trick with the 5 different
prefixes to make asterisk choose between the 5 PSTN gateways. It works
fine in db mode but not in cache mode. Shouldn't lcr behave the same in
both modes?

I tried working around this by puting the 5 entries into 5 different gw
groups (this sounds like a bigger hack to me than what I am currently
doing). Still, in cache mode the same entry is always picked.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Juha Heinanen [mailto:jh at tutpro.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 11:43 AM
> To: Papadopoulos Georgios
> Cc: users at openser.org
> Subject: [Users] LCR in cache mode
> Papadopoulos Georgios writes:
>  > My gw table contains a gateway group with 5 entries which 
> have the same  > IP but different prefixes. If I use lcr 
> module in cache mode  > (db_mode=1), the same entry is always 
> picked. If I use lcr in db mode,  > then it works as expected 
> and it picks randomly one of the five entries.
>  > Is this a known issue? My Openser version is 1.1.x
> the idea with gateway prefix is that prefix of a gateway is 
> added in front of the called number when the gateway is used. 
>  thus it does not make sense to have the same gateway in the 
> same gw group many times with different prefixes.
> -- juha

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