[Users] LCR in cache mode
geop at altectelecoms.gr
Wed Apr 25 15:54:53 CEST 2007
In my humble opinion this was a pretty useful relic from the past and it
pretty much means I cannot upgrade to 1.2 :-(
Are you suggesting that ip should be a primary key in the gw table? It
doesn't make sense to me.
Do you have any other suggestions to achieve what I am trying to do?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Juha Heinanen [mailto:jh at tutpro.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 12:54 PM
> To: Papadopoulos Georgios
> Cc: users at openser.org
> Subject: RE: [Users] LCR in cache mode
> Papadopoulos Georgios writes:
> > 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?
> db_mode does not exist anymore in 1.2. it was relic from the past.
> > 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.
> that is because according to the current design of lcr module
> a gateway prefix is gateway specific gateways being
> identified by their ip addresses. if request matches more
> than one gateway, only one of them is left on the list and
> the rest are pruned.
> -- juha
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