[Freeswitch-users] Allow/Supported/Allow-Events remove?!

Sergey Safarov s.safarov at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 21:14:25 MSD 2016

You can switch to use TCP or TLS transport.
In this case firewalls pass large SIP messages.


On Tue, Jul 5, 2016, 16:47 Anonim Stefan <fanx07 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Because I have a scenario in which needs to send some X- headers in the
> SIP originated by Freeswitch, the packets become too big and fragmentation
> occurs. Firewalls don't like fragmentation and won't let my SIP
> communication pass.
> The plausible headers from where I could gain some bytes, besides
> X-FS-Support and Remote-Party-ID, are Allow/Supported/Allow-Events. Any way
> to remove them? Googling didn't help.
> I tried unseting sip_h_Allow/Supported/Allow-Events in dialplan, without
> success. As a temporary solution I am deleting all those headers on the SIP
> server side. It would be nice if I could remove them on Freeswitch side,
> because I would remove them only for this scenario and keep them for all
> others.
> Thanks,
> Stefan
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