[SR-Users] dmq_usrloc for writing to DB on one machine

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 11:15:02 CEST 2015


not that familiar with the dmq code to assert something by hart, but you
can always prevent any incident by capturing the SIP packet inside
config file and reply from there instead of handling it with dmq module
(if(method==...) ).


On 21/10/15 09:49, Sebastian Damm wrote:
> Hi,
> I did see that REGISTERs received via DMQ are not replicated. What I
> was wondering is, whether registrar 1 at some point discovers
> registrar 2 through the DMQ pings, and then "automagically" starts
> replicating its packets to registrar 2, too.
> Best Regards,
> Sebastian
> On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 5:32 PM, Daniel-Constantin Mierla
> <miconda at gmail.com <mailto:miconda at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hello,
>     iirc, if one node doesn't handle a SIP register itself, should not
>     publish to other nodes anything. Is this what you are looking for
>     -- one node not to send to the others?
>     Cheers,
>     Daniel
>     On 20/10/15 17:24, Sebastian Damm wrote:
>>     Hi,
>>     I evaluated the dmq_usrloc module, and it works pretty good if
>>     there are two identical machines which replicate their location
>>     with each other. But what I actually want to do is to send
>>     registrations to an extra machine which is just there for writing
>>     the location into a central DB (in one table for all the
>>     registrars), from where it can be accessed (by a web page for
>>     example).
>>     So for example, I have three machines, registrar 1 and registrar
>>     2, and receiver. receiver will never interact with customers. It
>>     is just there for writing the location into the database.
>>     I configured both registrars to send their packets to receiver,
>>     and I configured the receiver to send its packets (which it
>>     actually never does) to a dns name containing both registrars.
>>     But after reading the content of some PING messages and reading
>>     something about "autodiscovery" of dmq on the mailing list, I'm
>>     not sure whether my scenario will work the way I want it to.
>>     Can somebody explain whether I can use dmq_usrloc for this
>>     purpose? Or is it only intended to be used for bidirectional
>>     replication?
>>     Best Regards,
>>     Sebastian

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