[Freeswitch-users] rtptimeout or rtcptimeout
Rodrigo P. Telles
telles-listas at devel-it.com.br
Wed Aug 15 12:47:52 PDT 2007
I'd like to repost that message to the FS developers, I believe that kind of feature allow FS to be implemented as a
kind of Session Border Controller in a carrier grade level.
We are a devolopment company but we don't know C/C++ enough to develop such a feature. If any FS developer is
interesting we can discuss to pay for that, like a bounty.
Rodrigo P. Telles <telles at devel-it.com.br>
Devel-IT - http://www.devel-it.com.br
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Rodrigo P. Telles wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Looks like this feature actually is not supported in FS core, so I'd like to know if any one has any idea/workaround to
> do that via external/plugable apps?
> Is there any idea to add this feature or some thing like that in FS core?
> Rodrigo P. Telles <telles at devel-it.com.br>
> IT Manager
> Devel-IT - http://www.devel-it.com.br
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> Jason Garland wrote:
>> Another option might be to send meaningless SIP messages back and
>> forth within the context for the SIP call to the SIP UA and disconnect
>> the call when you don't get a response. This would also help keep the
>> NAT translations alive in a Firewall/Router.
>> On 6/15/07, Bernhard Suttner <suttner at comdasys.com> wrote:
>>> this is really interessting for me, too. Especially for wlan calls!
>>> Kind regards,
>>> Bernhard Suttner
>>> Am Freitag, den 15.06.2007, 12:38 -0300 schrieb Rodrigo P. Telles:
>>>> Hi Folks,
>>>> I did some searchs on FS wiki, lists archive and Google about this feature even in the source code but I could not find
>>>> anything about it.
>>>> Does some one knows if FS has any kind of RTP timeout or a workaround do tear down a call by RTP inactivity?
>>>> I appreciate any answer!
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