[OpenSIPS-Users] Use of multiple outgoing TCP Trunks with B2B
bogdan at opensips.org
Thu Mar 7 05:04:25 EST 2019
First of all, you do not need b2b in order to do TCP conn reusage.
How the conns are managed in OpenSIPS : the conns are reused if the
destination of the package matches the remote destination of an existing
TCP conn. IF not, a new conn will be open.
In your case, the first tcp conns will be open when uac_registrant will
fire the REGISTERs - if each registration/contact has a different
destination, you will get one conn per contact.
In order to tunnel the INVITEs via the existing conns (open by
registrations), you need to be sure to route/send the INVITE to the same
destinations as the uac_registrant did for REGISTERs
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On 02/12/2019 03:02 PM, xaled wrote:
> We have a use case with some specific requirements on the TCP connection usage by the outgoing register trunk. Requirements are imposed by the service provider and cannot be modified by us.
> a) Trunk must use TCP.
> b) There has to be a registration over an established TCP connection.
> c) INVITEs can be send only over established TCP connection that was previously used for successful registration.
> I managed to get around this limitations by using uac_registrant and b2b modules. I also set tcp_connection_lifetime=3600 to have the TCP connection open for a pretty long time between possible SIP communications. B2B module reuses TCP connection established by uac_registrant and it works so far.
> Now there is another limitation on this trunk and it is the number of parallel calls. We need more parallel calls then a single trunk is allowed to have. We can have additional trunks and multiply the capacity. I added additional trunk credentials to the uac_registrant DB and multiple registrations are successfully established.
> Here come the problems:
> 1) outgoing INVITE does not reuse any of the established TCP connection. Instead the new TCP connection is established.
> 2) Even if INVITE would reuse one of the established TCP connections the credentials used by INVITE have to match the ones that were used during the registration.
> Is there anything that can be done to correlate TCP connections and credentials between uac_registrant and B2B modules?
> In our case It would be enough to have a random pick of registered trunk with established TCP connection and relevant credentials for every forwarded INVITE to use additional capacity given by additional trunks.
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