[sr-dev] [kamailio/kamailio] rtpengine: rtpengine_allow_op return node logic (#2800)

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Mon Jul 12 15:31:29 CEST 2021

Hello Henning

thanks for the feedback, we will study the case to create a new patch
including the different modes

best regards

El lun, 12 jul 2021 a las 15:08, 'Henning Westerholt' via descartin (<
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> Looks good to me. From the documentation this feature should work like
> this in the first place.
> But I did a review of the code, and it seems this feature was modified to
> actually work in the (in your opinion not desired way), but probably the
> docs not adapted. See below.
> So probably a better idea is to introduce another mode "2" for the
> rtpengine_allow_op parameter which then trigger the desired behaviour.
> commit 5a53750
> <https://github.com/kamailio/kamailio/commit/5a537506141027ca3d3ef87f49913ab628c30690>
> Author: Stefan Mititelu ***@***.***
> Date: Mon Dec 7 13:30:02 2015 +0200
> rtpengine: Allow op for all deactivated machines
> If allow_op modparam enabled, send commands to the disabled machines for the
> existing call. So far this was done only for manually deactivated machines.
> This is useful because there might be cases of proxy timeout, cases when you
> may want to still allow the operations for the existing calls.
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