[OpenSIPS-Users] Adding data to a request before relaying it
adam.twardowski at gmail.com
Fri Oct 1 15:09:46 CEST 2010
A 600 is probably not the best response to be using there, 6XX messages are
global errors, meaning it will never complete no matter where you send it.
We have a similar setup but we use 302 reply to move the data around.
2010/10/1 Anca Vamanu <anca at opensips.org>
> Hi Najib,
> You can do this by defining a failure_route which will be called when the
> 600 reply is received and there inserting the data as the body for Invite
> with textops functions (
> and sending the Invite to another destination.
> Anca Vamanuwww.voice-system.ro
> On 10/01/2010 11:55 AM, Najib Hara wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm a newer in the OpenSIPS world and I'm trying to learn how to use it
> I'm working on a project where I have to modify incoming requests before
> relaying them to their first destination.
> By modifying, I mean sending those requests to a server which will send
> back messages with the additional data to implement in the requests.
> The next step is to collect those informations from the responses and add
> them to the initial requests which will be relayed to their initial
> My question is: is OpenSIPS capable of doing this ?
> For more detail, here is a scheme.
> Thank you in advance for your responses
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