It seems it is not possible?

On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Ruchir <> wrote:
Now I'm getting the forward reason. But still there's problem with CDR.
I have set onreply avp by

modparam("tm", "onreply_avp_mode", 1)

I've set following in onreply route

$avp(s:src_call_type) = $hdr(Diversion);

xlog("Client call forwarding to $avp(s:src_user_reply)\n ");
avp_subst("$avp(s:src_user_reply)", "/(.*)<sip:(.*)@(.*)>;reason=(.*)/\4/");

case "unconditional":
$avp(s:call_type) = "cwfd";
case "user-busy":
$avp(s:call_type) = "cwfdbusy";
case "no-answer":
$avp(s:call_type) = "cwfdnoanswer";
log("no forwarding\n");


But the problem is that records are not generated the way we expect and the way it works in normal forwarding using usr_preferences. For example call is forwarded from one user to another, the first leg of the call should be logged as it should normally be($fU in leg source, $rU in leg destination & calltype=call) and in next cdr log, it should log with forwarding details(Forwarding user in leg source, forwarded user in leg destination & calltype=cfwd). But it actually generates 5 records(1 failed invite, 2 ok invites & 2 byes, instead of 2 invites & 2 byes) of the call. Also as we set calltype and leg source in onreply route, it'll store that date for the first leg of the CDR which should not happen.
Any advice how to forward the details to next call leg?

On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 3:59 PM, Ruchir <> wrote:
I tried this but no luck. I'm storing avp in onreply route. That avp is set in radius_extra param.

On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 10:32 PM, Bogdan-Andrei Iancu <> wrote:
Ruchir wrote:
I added "modparam("tm", "onreply_avp_mode", 1)" in config file. I've stored the diversion header in reply route using following code.

               $avp(s:src_user_reply) = $hdr(Diversion);
               xlog("Client call forwarding to
   $avp(s:src_user_reply)\n ");

But I always get NUll value in $avp(s:src_user_reply) when I check in script when new invite arrives.
The AVP will not be visible in a different transaction (for another invite). The AVP will be present only when doing acc for the transaction you set the AVP for.


On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 1:48 PM, Bogdan-Andrei Iancu < <>> wrote:

   Hi Ruchir,

   You may try the following approach:

   1) in onreply_route, if 3xx, store the info from the reply in an
   AVP (be sure an enable onreply_avp_mode -

   2) in failure route, if the 3xx was selected as final response,
   use the AVP for extra accouting.


   Ruchir wrote:

       I'm using uac_redirect module to handle redirect and
       accounting from openser. Redirect works fine so as cdr but I'm
       not getting how to write redirect reason in cdr. I didn't find
       any way to find and store redirect reason(call forward, busy,
       no answer) in CDR. Does anyone know how to do it?

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