[SR-Users] Question about processing of packet

Fabian Borot fborot at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 13 03:18:18 CEST 2012

Txs a lot Reda, I will try it

Although I made a couple of test w/o it and so far it looks like  the modified message is used on the next processing , not the original one but I will keep testing 

From: fborot at hotmail.com
To: users at lists.kamailio.org
Subject: Question about processing of packet
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 17:45:44 -0400

I have a customer that is sending the REGISTER with 2 ports in the Contact header: 

Contact: <sip:44435661000448181 at 201.xxx.xxx.xxx:19778:5060>

After some troubleshooting we found that the wireless router is the one inserting the 2nd port. It is not the SIP UA itself. 
Is it possible to "sanitize" the REGISTER at the beginning of the configuration logic with the TEXTOPS module so that we can leave one port and then process the REGISTER
with the typical:
 if (!www_authorize("$fd", "subscriber"))
Or will this only applies to messages that are proxied/forwarded (example: received malformed INVITE, before calling route[1] to send it to the destination sanitize it with the TEXTOPS functions)
I guess my question is: after removing the extra port at the begining, when I call the "if (!www_authorize("$fd", "subscriber"))",
will it process the modified version or the original one?
txs a lot


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