[Users] #DEFINE equivalent?

Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya mahesh at aptela.com
Tue Aug 30 19:09:54 CEST 2005

because i didn't think of it?


cheers, and thanx

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:

> Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya wrote:
>> I totally agree.
>> Personally, I've been ripping out large chunks of my config file, and 
>> replacing it with varioud avpops based stuff - it may be *slightly* 
>> more convoluted, but it is completely database configurable, and 
>> hence easier to maintain
>> re: rr, its actually neither. Its a static, which i'm using to 
>> identify NAT'ed clients to account for re-INVITEs
> why don't you use the append_rr_param() function to added the NAT 
> identifier to the RR hdr? do a normal record_route() and if nat is 
> detected, add the param
> regards,
> bogdan
>> cheers
>> Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:
>>> Hi Kanakatti,
>>> I'm for m4'ing  (for the moment) for two reasons:
>>>    1) since we can do it with m4, I prefer to use the cycles for 
>>> something still missing;
>>>    2) using dynamic parameters (like via AVPs) reduce the 
>>> performance - time to look for the AVP and most critical the 
>>> impossibility of calling fixup functions at startup (which will 
>>> force to fix params at runtime, for each processing).
>>> regarding the record_route_preset() - do you use dynamic parameters 
>>> or dynamic rr URI?
>>> regards,
>>> bogdan
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