[Serusers] new release of admin guide available

Greg Fausak lgfausak at august.net
Mon Dec 9 20:09:09 CET 2002

Thank you for the reply.

I guess what I'm asking is what does stateful do?
Does it take control of all requests relating
to the current call-id from that point on?  So my
may route logic does not need to think about ACKs
and retransmissions?


>At 07:08 PM 12/9/2002, Greg Fausak wrote:
>>Has this documentation always been available?
>>This is definately making a difference for me!
>We just released this documentation update.
>Yes, forward is built-in, t_relay/t_relay_to is 
>part of tm modules. forward(<host>,<port>) or
>t_relay_to("<host>", "<port>") sends a request
>to the address in params. forward(uri:host, uri:port) 
>and t_relay() sends a request to the address in current 
>The trade-offs between stateless forward and stateful
>t_relay are described in
>If you do not not, whether to go stateful or stateless,
>you will be probably better if with stateful.
>Jiri Kuthan            http://iptel.org/~jiri/ 
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