[OpenSIPS-Users] PUA API send to certain IP
Sebastian.Schumann at t-com.sk
Tue Nov 4 08:44:53 CET 2008
I am not using pua_usrloc but my own module. It is build on pua api. I need this parameter I think but it seemed to me the pua api did not provide the possibility to set the presence server parameter, at least in 1.4 that I am using.
Thanks for the hint, will check the pua api for the trunk version to figure it out. For now, the outbound_proxy for pua is fine for me, as I use only one submodule of pua.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anca Vamanu [mailto:anca at voice-system.ro]
> Sent: Monday, 03. November 2008 18:27
> To: Schumann Sebastian
> Cc: OpenSIPS users mailling list; users at lists.kamailio.org
> Subject: Re: PUA API send to certain IP
> Hi Schuman,
> If you want to specify the address where the PUBLISH message
> should be sent, you just have to set the presence_server
> parameter in pua_usrloc module. This is present in trunk for
> OpenSIPS. I will think about adding it to 1_4 as well. If you
> want to use the trunk version for pua_usrloc, you also have
> to take pua from there. This feature updates both modules.
> Anca Vamanu
> Schumann Sebastian wrote:
> > Anca, All,
> > I have the following scenario
> > UE - OpenSER Proxy/Presence Server - OpenSER Registrar
> > The proxy acts as proxy and presence server. If the UE sends a
> > subscribe to user at registrar <mailto:user at registrar>, it
> handles this
> > subscription. If it publishes its state user at registrar
> > <mailto:user at registrar> it does as well. All
> registration/call control
> > is proxied to the registrar.
> > I try now to use the PUA module API to create PUBLISH on the
> > Proxy/Presence Server. This works fine, the only issue is
> that it has
> > the request-uri user at registrar <mailto:user at registrar>, like UE
> > generated subscriptions. This is actually not an issue, but wanted.
> > The problem is that the proxy forwards the package to the registrar
> > acc. R-URI. I want it sent to another IP.
> > Is there the possibility to define the IP where the package
> should be
> > sent to, i.e. presence server IP, to handle the packet there?
> > Thanks!
> > Best regards,
> > Sebastian
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