[OpenSIPS-Users] Actions that apply to all branches

Răzvan Crainea razvan at opensips.org
Mon Nov 28 10:35:23 CET 2016

Hi, Adrian!

I don't think you will find such a list.
Usually the idea is to do the changes that affect all branches in the 
main route, and if you want to do per-branch changes, do them in the 
Are you sure that force_send_socket() only applies to the main branch? 
If you call force_send_socket() in the main route, and then add a second 
branch, the messages leave on different interfaces?

Best regards,

Răzvan Crainea
OpenSIPS Solutions

On 11/26/2016 12:19 PM, Adrian Fretwell wrote:
> Hello,
> I understand from the documentation that after calling append_branch() 
> any further URI manipulations only apply to the main branch, but I am 
> trying to understand what actions will still apply over all the 
> branches.  For example I discovered that rtpproxy_offer() appears to 
> affect all branches, but force_send_socket() only apples to the main 
> branch.
> Is there a list or rule that will help me work out what I need to 
> apply before branching and what I can leave until later, perhaps until 
> just before t_relay() is called?
> I hope my question makes sense.
> Kind regards,
> Adrian Fretwell
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