[Serusers] loose routing problem

Klaus Darilion klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at
Thu Feb 26 17:23:29 CET 2004

Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul wrote:
> On Feb 25, 2004 at 18:56, Klaus Darilion <klaus.mailinglists at pernau.at> wrote:
>>I'm still confused. I try to write it down in my own words as far as I 
>>understand it and hope that somebody will confirm or correct my statements:
>>So, loose_route does the rewritting of the req-URI (strict routing) and 
>>removing of route headers if there are Route: headers in the request. 
>>After that, the request should be routable by t_relay.
>>The loose_route function will rewrite the req-URI of "strict_routing" 
>>messages. So the if(uri==myself) statement shouldn't be TRUE anymore, or 
>> does this statement checks the original req-URI?
> No, it checks the "new" uri, so in the strict router case you are right,
> it won't match (of course assuming the new uri!= proxy).
> In the loose router case, the message will be sent to the loose route
> uri (not to the request uri) and the request uri will not be changed,
> so your uri==myself could match although the message will be sent
> elsewhere.

I'm still confused ... the BYE request from Windows Messenger with a 
route-set will be handled be the if(loose_route()){...} block, but not 
the BYE request from Xlite with a route-set. But shouldn't also the BYE 
from Xlite be processed in the if(loose_route()){...} block? I don't 
want to care about in-dialog requests in my routing logic which deals 
with voicemail, hunt groups ...

An other possibility would be to remove the t_relay in the loose_route 
block, so that all in-dialog requests (Messenger and xlite) are 
processed by the following routing logic.


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