[SR-Users] Altering received parameter in Contact
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Tue Jan 29 10:07:13 CET 2019
you can disable appending the received parameter to Contact header via a
On 29.01.19 03:28, David Cunningham wrote:
> I'm hoping someone can give advice on altering the received parameter
> in the Contact header on a reply. The situation is that a customer is
> REGISTERing using TLS, and our Kamailio replies with a 200 OK that
> includes a Contact header like this:
> <sip:123456789 at xx.xx.102.10:5061;transport=tls>;expires=3600;received="sip:xx.xx.102.10:36051;transport=TLS"
> The customer's device apparently had an issue with this, and the
> device manufacturer advises that they need the ";transport=TLS" on the
> received parameter removed. This sounds like a strange requirement,
> but it's what we've been told. Does anyone know how to alter this in a
> Kamailio configuration?
> Our system uses www_authorize to authenticate and is running Kamailio
> Thanks in advance for any help!
> David Cunningham, Voisonics Limited
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