[OpenSIPS-Users] Sending to TLS destinations with dispatcher module (2.1)

Răzvan Crainea razvan at opensips.org
Wed Dec 23 14:43:02 CET 2015

Hi, Pete!

The best way to do it is choice number 1, where you specify the 
transport=tls parameter in the URI. The socket field is used to specify 
which listener OpenSIPS should use to send the request to that 
destination. It has a similar meaning with force_send_socket() (iirc, 
internally it is implemented in the same way).
Therefore with choice number 2, it is not guaranteed to work. In most 
cases it will, but if you force a different transport for your 
destination (for example you have a TCP destination) and use a TLS 
socket, it might not work (haven't tested that).

I hope my answer is clear.

Best regards,

Răzvan Crainea
OpenSIPS Solutions

On 12/22/2015 04:52 PM, Pete Kelly wrote:
> Hi all!
> Is there an "approved" way to send to a TLS destination using the 
> dispatcher module?
> I notice there could be 2 ways to specify TLS within the 
> tables/configuration:
> 1) By using the destination field (by suffixing with ;transport=tls)
> 2) By using the socket field (by specifying the local tls: socket).
> Is only one (or both) of these normally required?
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