[SR-Users] blf in kamailio dmq cluster

Charles Chance charles.chance at sipcentric.com
Wed Nov 29 14:23:18 CET 2017


Why are you trying to operate across domains in the same DMQ cluster?
Usually, servers operating in different domains do not need to be aware of
each other's user location and/or subscription records - if a request is
for another domain, simply forward it to the server(s) responsible for that

Also, regardless of DMQ or any replication, publishes for one domain would
not match subscriptions for another domain; even on a single server.

Can you describe your architecture in more detail and what you are looking
to achieve with replication?



On 29 November 2017 at 12:45, Aidar Kamalov <aidar.kamalov at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have two(or more) kamailio servers with dmq module and dmq_usrloc -
> sip1.example.com and sip2.example.com
> publish and subcribe replication works too.
> BLF works fine if clients connected to the same kamailio server, because
> in active_watchers table stored with same domain sip1.example.com
> But what to do when call going from one server to second? Is there any
> configuration to ignore domain in pusblish, subscribe, notify, etc?
> --
> Aydar A. Kamalov
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