[Freeswitch-users] Mod_limit questions

Rupa Schomaker rupa at rupa.com
Tue Mar 16 08:58:21 PDT 2010

1) limit_hash use an in-memory hash for it's storage. There is nor storing
to a database when using limit_hash.  If you want to use the database, then
use plain limit.

2) If you want a max calls in a 24hrs period use you rate with limit_hash.
 This should be about a true max per period, not concurrent.

limit_hash realm id 50/86400

should do what you want -- from memory.  double check the wiki/help to
verify syntax.

On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 10:20 AM, ivdreg ivdreg <ivdreg at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I have some questions regarding mod_limit.
> 1. I'm using 16674 in production but tested and with 17001. I try mod_limit
> with odbc/mysql and sqlite and have same problem: mod_limit using limit_hash
> never tries to write data to SQL. It works (counts sessions) on log screen
> but no data in MySQL/Sqlite. It seems that data is cached but cache never
> flushed to DB. Is anyone has this problem. My limits are:
> <action application="limit_hash" data="op_${sip_h_X-SRC-Cust}
> ${destination_number} 5 !INCOMING_CALL_BARRED" />
> <action application="limit_hash" data="in_${sip_h_X-SRC-Cust}
> ${caller_id_number} 10/300 !OUTGOING_CALL_BARRED" />
> and they are applied on inbound call profile in same extension.
> 2. I need to implement rule maximum of 50 calls per day/24h from the same
> CLID (A NUMBER) after that calls to be limited. I'm not sure but rule in
> example "Limit calls to 5 calls every 10 minutes" is about concurrent call
> but not calls processed as count. Any idea ?
> Thanks for any help
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