[SR-Users] Problem with loose_route for a BYE

Igor Potjevlesch igor.potjevlesch at gmail.com
Thu Nov 21 11:57:19 CET 2013

Thank you Daniel for your analyse. It’s strange, because there’s no NAT. 

We force the RTPProxy in order to bypass routing issue in this call-flow,
but both platform are reachable with public IP address.

I will look at the old SER and see why he does fix_nated_contact().






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Daniel-Constantin Mierla
Envoyé : mercredi 20 novembre 2013 22:37
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On 11/20/13 6:10 PM, Igor Potjevlesch wrote:


Thank you for your reply. Indeed, I think that R-URI contains the kamailio

The old ser should not do fix_nated_contact() for traffic comming from
kamailio. It is not in the position to figure out the address of the nat
router. That is done by kamailio (which should use anyhow
add_contact_alias(), because it is a better alternative for nat fixing).



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