[SR-Users] A possibility to disable the topology hiding for some destinations.

Leonid Fainshtein leonid.fainshtein at xorcom.com
Tue Sep 29 11:45:21 CEST 2020

Thank you, Daniel!
I'll test it and report back the results.
I'm thinking about using topos instead of topoh. But I don't have any
experience with REDIS.  Do you have any estimations of REDIS' RAM
requirements for a small system that handles approx 100 transactions per
In REDIS FAQ (https://redis.io/topics/faq) I found: "1 Million small Keys
-> String Value pairs use ~ 85MB of memory."
Is it similar to what you probably see in the real systems?

Best regards,
Leonid Fainshtein
Xorcom Ltd

On Tue, Sep 29, 2020 at 12:05 PM Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda at gmail.com>

> Hello,
> I just pushed this feature to topoh module in master branch. Being a new
> feature for the module, will not be backported to branch 5.4 in Kamailio
> repository, but you can cherry pick on your local repo clone. I didn't have
> time for any tests, practically sync'ing with topos in terms of how event
> routes were executed, therefore reporting back if works (or breaks the
> existing event route execution) is very appreciated. The README of the
> module was updated with the new event route details and modparam.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
> On 28.09.20 13:37, Leonid Fainshtein wrote:
> Hi,
> The 'topos' module has a very useful "event_route[topos:msg-sending]"
> option that allows very easily to disable topology hiding for ITSPs that
> requires the real data in the Contact header field. It looks like the
> feature is not supported in the 'topoh' module (ref.
> https://kamailio.org/docs/modules/5.4.x/modules/topoh.html). The
> available 'event_route[topoh:msg-outgoing]' option requires defining the
> remote server IP address (or a list of addresses in some cases) that is not
> always convenient.
> Is there a chance that "event_route[topoh:msg-sending]" will be added?
> Best regards,
> Leonid Fainshtein
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