[Freeswitch-users] FS does not honour sip-force-contact. Advice?
victor.chukalovskiy at utoronto.ca
Fri Oct 22 11:27:22 PDT 2010
Thank you. Disabling timers worked out.
Since session timers is a per-profile setting, what do we loose by
On 21/10/10 03:56 PM, Anthony Minessale wrote:
> disable session timers on both sides of the call, they are interfering
> with the dialog once it's established.
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Victor Chukalovskiy
> <victor.chukalovskiy at utoronto.ca> wrote:
>> Dear Gurus,
>> We have a user behind NAT.
>> Currently we make him work by using
>> <variable name="sip-force-contact"
>> value="sip:1234 at 220.127.116.11:5060"/>
>> It works since users IP is static and there is a port forwarding setup for
>> port 5060 on the users side.
>> The problem is that after 15 minutes of a call FreeSWITCH attempts re-INVITE
>> (RFC 4028 I guess) and does not honour port specified above.
>> Instead, it uses some 40,000-ish UDP destination port. Obviously, this
>> never reaches users phone and FS hangups with "expiry on timer" cause.
>> Is the syntax of sip-force-contact above valid?
>> Is it normal for re-INVITEs no to honour sip-force-contact?
>> I'd try NDLB-tls-connectile-dysfunction but I need clarification:
>> -will it be honoured by re-INVITEs?
>> -will it default to port 5060 or should I specify the port?
>> Thank you,
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