[Users] ENUM behaviour issue

Daniel-Constantin Mierla daniel at voice-system.ro
Fri Aug 5 13:30:19 CEST 2005


On 08/05/05 14:22, Klaus Darilion wrote:

> Hi!
> Currently, the ENUM module appends branches for every found NAPTR. 
> E.g. if I have
> 1 NAPTR 100 10 "u" "e2u+SiP" "!^.*$!sip:15990 at fwd.pulver.com!" .
> 1 NAPTR 200 10 "u" "e2u+SiP" "!^.*$!sip:klaus3000 at iptel.org!" .
> openser will use parralell forking. Is it possible to turn on/off this 
> behaviour?
> I would prefer for example if the ENUM module would put the highest 
> prior URI into the current branch, and the other found URIs into an 
> AVP. Thus, it is possible to decide between, serial forking, parallel 
> forking or no forking at all.

not without development, but I would love to have these options. Never 
took a deep look at enum module, but adding AVPs is not at all a big 
deal. I will try to make a patch, if no one else volunteers.

Should these new characteristics be enabled/disabled via module 
parameter or via functions/function parameters?


> regards,
> klaus
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