[Freeswitch-users] nat-options-ping algorithm
gmaruzz at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 15:54:09 UTC 2017
On 23 June 2017 at 14:09, Dmitriy Borisov <borik.internet at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, All!
> I have next topology: PSTN <--- FreeSWITCH <--- channel ---> SIP-users
> This channel is periodically broken (for 1-10 minutes). Dialplan invoked
> on incoming ring have 13 endpoints, 10sec to each of 12 first endpoint, and
> transfer to mobile terminal via PSTN. When channel working good all is
> fine, but when channel is broken, we have longterm timeout to each endpoint
> until each of endpoint do not gone to UNREGISTER state. Endpoint gone to
> UNREGISTER state when REGISTER is expired, but this term is too long for
> me. I have turn on nat-options-ping option in sip profile, but each
> endpoint after unsuccessful ping don't gone to UNREGISTER state. When
> channel is originated to such endpoint it have lifecycle 3sec long and it
> have ended with NORMAL_TEMPORARY_FAILURE hangup cause. 3 secs by 12
> endpoints - too long waiting. When endpoint does not registered - near zero
> second and ended with USER_NOT_REGISTERED hangup cause. What and where I
> will must modify to achieve near zero secs term of life channel to
> inaccessible endpoints?
what is "channel"?
Also, the mail is not very clear. No problem your language is not English.
Use much more words, examples, and let us understand more.
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