[OpenSIPS-Users] add_path_received and TLS - received address problem

Mark Allen mark at allenclan.co.uk
Wed Jul 21 14:47:12 EST 2021

Hi Liviu - thanks for getting back to me.

I'm seeing errors for pinger OPTIONS and Asterisk NOTIFY SIP messages going
out to the NATed TLS UAC...

ERROR:core:unescape_user: invalid hex digit <37>
ERROR:path:path_rr_callback: failed to unescape
ERROR:core:tcp_connect_blocking_timeout: connect timed out, 99204 us
elapsed out of 100000 us
ERROR:proto_tls:tls_sync_connect: tcp_blocking_connect failed
ERROR:proto_tls:proto_tls_send: connect failed
ERROR:tm:msg_send: send() to for proto tls/3 failed
ERROR:tm:t_forward_nonack: sending request failed

On Wed, 21 Jul 2021, 10:56 Liviu Chircu, <liviu at opensips.org> wrote:

> On 20.07.2021 13:26, Mark Allen wrote:
> > On registration add_path_received() works but the received address is
> > not formatted correctly. I am seeing '%%3b' instead of a semicolon,
> > and '%%3d' instead of an equals sign.
> >
> Hi Mark,
> How exactly is this peculiar formatting breaking your logic?  Because
> the '%'-escaping logic is by design, with a similar un-escaping logic
> being included in the code that parses those Path headers, so the UDP
> <-> TLS translation using Path headers should work just fine.
> See this commit for full details on how the escaping logic solves
> multiple problems with the original approach: [1].
> PS: with 3 years having passed since I wrote that commit, nowadays I
> would look at a different way of solving the same problem, as I vaguely
> recall that URI param values can be enclosed in double-quotes ("),
> allowing us to put anything in there, without affecting the semantics of
> the original URI.  Just an idea that we could research/confirm/infirm
> should we find any non-fixable issues with the current escaping approach.
> [1]: https://github.com/OpenSIPS/opensips/commit/b3bf15646affe981d4b26
> Best Regards,
> --
> Liviu Chircu
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