[SR-Users] Rtpengine?

Wilkins, Steve swwilkins at mitre.org
Tue Aug 14 09:45:28 CEST 2018


I switched to rtpproxy;  rtpproxy runs with no errors, Kamailio runs with no errors, but Asterisk is still sending the media packets, I want the proxy to be sending the packets (this way, the providers have no knowledge of Asterisk and no need to whitelist every provider, just Kamailio).
Do I need to add rtpproxy_manage() at every SIP message?

Thank you,

From: sr-users <sr-users-bounces at lists.kamailio.org> On Behalf Of Yu Boot
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2018 2:12 AM
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Subject: Re: [SR-Users] Rtpengine?


It's not enough to install rtpproxy/rtpengine and start it. You need to call rtpengine functions from kamailio.cfg for every SIP packet with SDP so media will be routed "thru Kamailio".

To make it easier, I recommend to begin with rtpproxy, not rtpengine. Default kamailio.cfg contains everything you need to proxy media flow by rtpproxy, just enable WITH_NAT parameter.

14.08.2018 1:51, Wilkins, Steve пишет:
HI All,

I am not sure if I understand it correctly but I thought that I could use rtpengine to redirect media packets.  My current SIP flow is =>
Softphone=>Kamailio=>Asterisk=>Kamailio=>Softphone, and Media flows from is Asterisk<=>softphone. But I don’t want Media to flow this way.
That is, I do not want Asterisk and the Softphone to be aware of each other. I would like the Media to go through Kamailio just like SIP packets do.
I installed rtpengine and it starts and runs with no errors.  I even see traffic with the call is made but media traffic still flows from softphone<=>asterisk.

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