[SR-Users] RTPEngine QoS statistics and leg labelling

Alex Balashov abalashov at evaristesys.com
Wed Feb 14 01:32:31 CET 2018

Hi Richard,

On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 06:34:53PM -0500, Richard Fuchs wrote:

> It's the min, max, and average between the two call legs (and other
> contributing sources that may have been involved in the call).

When you say "between", do you mean the average of the values of the two
respective legs? 

> That should actually work. You can check the actual data returned from
> rtpengine to Kamailio by running rtpengine with log level 7, or use the
> included rtpengine-ng-client script to run a "query" command against
> rtpengine for a running call and see what comes out of it.

Thank you, I will investigate further.

I had a preliminary look at the netstring just by sniffing the control
protocol traffic, and saw that the stats were indeed being separated
into the respective "inbound" and "outbound" classifications. But for
some reason that was not percolating back into Kamailio PVs.

-- Alex

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