[Freeswitch-users] Where does "Expires:" in a sip trace come from?
mario_fs at mgtech.com
Sun Oct 10 13:57:32 PDT 2010
Thank you! I read it but not being a phone/voip expert like yourself it
did not answer my questions, at least that I understood. At least now I
realize this is the wrong place to be and why there was no response to
this problem for a week or so. I'm all done with FS config and very
happy with it but this bugger won't let me use FS for more than an 60-90
minutes. I wish I knew this earlier.. Will look for other online
(sofia?) resources. Thanks again. Mario
On 10/10/10 10:55, jesse wrote:
> Your questions are related with sip domain knowledge. Not FS specific.
> Read RFC3261.
> On Oct 10, 2010 9:42 AM, "Mario" <mario_fs at mgtech.com
> <mailto:mario_fs at mgtech.com>> wrote:
>> This newbie has 60+ hours into this problem and I really needs some
>> expert explanation for 2 items in a "sofia profile external siptrace on":
>> 1. The section that starts with "REGISTER", the line that reads
>> "Expires:". Does the value always reflect what FS has set or is it
>> reflecting the ITSP? I thought it was the expiry-seconds from the
>> gateway definition.
>> 2. Same question for the "SIP/2.0 200 Ok" section, line "Contact:", at
>> the end it reads "expires:".
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