[SR-Users] Order of record-route

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 09:30:02 CEST 2016

I think the Route set as presented in the first email is correct. The
Client is also having a proxy, so the caller device has to use the Route
set from bottom up, sending first to its proxy, which should send to
Kamailio's public IP. If the caller device is sending directly to
kamailio, then there is something wrong with that device.


On 06/10/16 16:38, Alex Balashov wrote:
> The order of the Record-Route headers is very relevant, and must
> strictly correspond to the order in which the intermediate proxy chain
> is traversed. The RR header of the Kamailio closest to your Client
> will be at the top of the RR stack, and this will be the first hop in
> the Route set used in in-dialog requests (e.g. end-to-end ACKs, BYEs,
> reinvites).
> Thus, it is entirely appropriate that your client is trying to send
> the ACK to on the network/transport layer.
> -- Alex

Daniel-Constantin Mierla
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