[OpenSIPS-Users] Use of socket_info and local_contact columns in the active_watcher table
bogdan at opensips.org
Fri Aug 28 16:10:28 CEST 2015
The 2 columns contains the SIP and the IP coordinates of OpenSIPS (as
end point in the subscription dialog) - the local_contact is the SIP
contact used by OpenSIPS in the dialog, while the local_socket is the IP
address used by OpenSIPS in the dialog.
Now, on the multi presence-servers - how do you disperse the SIP traffic
across these servers ?
OpenSIPS Founder and Developer
On 28.08.2015 06:28, surya wrote:
> Hi Bogdan,
> Thanks for giving time to this.
> Yes, we are planning to test it in HA mode. Keeping 2 opensips and a single
> DB. So, SUBSCRIBE can go to any of the two.
> So, if it is never retrieved by any query while notifying then does it mean
> that it uses whatever it receives in the SUBSCRIBE request?
> But, I see the problem when the server startups and it restores the db
> subscriptions in hash tables. In this case one of the server will have wrong
> BTW, I really do not understand the use of these two columns, because what I
> see in my table is socket_info and local_contact columns have values
> *udp:192.168.254.134:5060* and *sip:192.168.254.134:5060* respectively. And,
> obviously 192.168.254.134 is the server on which opensips is running. But,
> on some other question in the forum I found these two columns having
> different values of ip.
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