[OpenSIPS-Users] Strange behavior on ipv4 / ipv6 dual stack server with/without mhomed
razvan at opensips.org
Tue Oct 24 04:41:20 EDT 2017
Sure, if you want to make a dual-stack tutorial for OpenSIPS, I'd be
more than welcome to review it.
In the meantime, let us know if we can help you making it more robust.
On 10/23/2017 09:57 PM, Daniel Lakeland wrote:
> On 10/23/2017 07:51 AM, Daniel Lakeland wrote:
>> On 10/23/2017 06:11 AM, Răzvan Crainea wrote:
>>> Hi, Daniel!
>>> My assumption is that have double Record Routing disaabled.
>>> That's why it seems OpenSIPS is not figuring out corrrectly the
>>> outbound interface for sequential messages. Could you send a SIP
>>> trace done on the OpenSIPS server (privately if posting here is an
>>> This also explains the 30 seconds timeout - if asterisk is not
>>> receiving the ACK within 30 seconds, it closes the call.
> Razvan: thanks again for your time, your message encouraged me to turn
> off all the force_send_socket stuff and just try mhomed. This worked,
> sort of!
> The problem is that there are multiple problems and so it's hard to
> track down what's the main issue. At least now, there are no messages
> about failure to send out a socket... but now there are problems
> Some of these problems seem to be fixed by topology hiding. When I get
> a call from an ipv4 ATA I topology hide, and then these ATAs don't see
> ipv6 addresses they probably don't understand and then I don't get
> messages from them with truncated garbage ip addresses in the request.
> on the other hand, somehow doing that broke my SDP rewriting
> scheme.... so there is more to do, but still some progress. I would
> like to offer up an ipv6/ipv4 dual-stacked tutorial for opensips once
> I've figured it all out. It would be great if someone would be
> interested to review that document for accuracy ;-)
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