[Freeswitch-dev] FS send re-invite about every minutes, is there a way to disable it?
mrene_lists at avgs.ca
Thu Feb 26 20:09:46 PST 2009
OPTIONS messages arent call-related, they can be used to check
connectivity but is not relevant in the event of a call being proxied.
Could you attach a sip trace? and which UA are we talking about?
On 26-Feb-09, at 11:05 PM, seven wrote:
> Thanks, but doesn't OPTION msg can make sure KEEP-ALIVE?
> I have no way to edit the bad UA settings for Session-Expires. But I
> traced SIP and there is no Session-Expires in the UA's INVITE msg, I
> guess FS default that to 1 minute so it send out the re-INVITE. And
> INVITE sent by FS do has a Session-Expires:120 header .
> On Feb 27, 2009, at 11:23 AM, Mathieu Rene wrote:
>> This is called session timers, its sent out to make sure the call is
>> still active. Since SIP is UDP-based, if the UA is unplugged, the
>> would just stay active.
>> You can look in your UA's settings to see if you can make that longer
>> or disable it.
>> If you do a SIP trace, look for the "Session-Expires" header. (Should
>> be like: Session-Expires: <nbr of seconds>).
>> When FS performs an outbound call, this is controlled by the session-
>> timeout parameter in the sip profile.
>> Eg: <param name="session-timeout" value="120"/>
>> On 26-Feb-09, at 10:12 PM, seven wrote:
>>> The recent version of FS( I think I had notice that also on 1.0.1
>>> stable version) seems sends out an INVITE msg every minute when I
>>> originate a call from a SIPUA(say X-Lite), then the SIPUA will
>>> 200 OK with SDP msg. There's no problem with X-Lite but some bad
>>> can send bad responding msg and will cause FS hangup the call said
>>> "Malformed Session Description".
>>> I know it's not FS's problem, but I don't understand why it send the
>>> INVITE(a re-INVITE?) every minute? is there a way to disable it?
>>> btw, it only happens when you originate a call from a SIPUA, I
>>> originate from FS(originate sofia/defaut/1000 &echo) doesn't get re-
>>> INVITE msg.
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