[Freeswitch-dev] Why does Freeswitch send Bye to sipp(uac and uas) when doing performance test?
congxin.zhao at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 20:42:46 PDT 2009
Thanks Make's response.
The test case is that, set up new calls from sipp uac with high call
rate(200 Call Attempts per Second). After the call has been set up
successfully, sipp uac pauses about 1:40 minute and then sends bye to sipp
When running the test case, after a little while, the sipp uas runs
normally, but the sipp uac shows the types of errors as the following,
2009-03-09 13:14:40:331 1236575680.331543: Discarding message which
can't be mapped to a known SIPp call:
2009-03-09 13:29:47:004 1236576587.004757: Aborting call on an
unexpected BYE for call: 673-21803 at 10.51.50.5.
It looks that when the new call rate is high, the freeswitch will send some
sipp uac unknown INVITE message and bye message.
Should I forward this email to freeswitch user?
2009/3/9 Michael Jerris <mike at jerris.com>
> On Mar 9, 2009, at 5:20 AM, congxin zhao wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I use sipp to performance test on freeswitch. The test environment
> > is as following,
> > sipp(uac 10.51.50.5 ) <->(10.51.50.4) freeswitch(10.51.51.4) <->
> > sipp(uas10.51.51.5 )
> > But when the new call rate reaches 150 new call per second, after a
> > little while the sipp uas shows the following error. Is there
> > something wrong with my test case?
> Maybe, what is your test case? Call limits?
> > In what environment the freeswitch will send Bye to sipp(uac and
> > uas) ?
> End of call? The other side hung up??
> p.s. There is a little more info at:
> Freeswitch-dev mailing list
> Freeswitch-dev at lists.freeswitch.org
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