[OpenSIPS-Users] Rtpproxy with mhomed option

Mario San Vicente mrsanvicente at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 07:04:26 EST 2021

Hello John,

I have missed your answer as it was on the Spam folder.   I got it working
with rtpproxy_engage(""), but now I can see that the trick was passing the
parameter with double quotes.

Thank you for your valuable help!

On Mon, Feb 22, 2021 at 7:03 AM John Quick <john.quick at smartvox.co.uk>

> Hi Mario,
> I think you are talking about bridged mode for rtpproxy.
> If so, you will not need to start the rtpproxy daemon with -A, because that
> is where you have just one interface and you want to masquerade it as a
> different address. For example if your server is behind NAT, then -l is the
> actual host interface address and -A is the external IP address on the WAN
> port of the NAT router.
> For bridging mode, you have to specify two addresses with the -l parameter.
> This is what I have in my notes:
> -l is the listen address or pair of addresses when used in bridging mode
> (LAN then WAN)
> e.g.    -l     or    -l
> Also, have you tried putting the parameters inside double quotes when
> calling rtpproxy_answer()?
> This was a requirement in v2.4.x
> I believe they tried to remove the requirement for quotes around parameters
> in v3, but maybe they missed it in a few places.
> John Quick
> Smartvox Limited
> Web: www.smartvox.co.uk

Mario San Vicente
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