[SR-Users] t_relay changing source IP?

Alex Balashov abalashov at evaristesys.com
Tue Oct 26 00:18:44 CEST 2021

Does the behaviour differ depending on whether ‘mhomed’ is on?


> On Oct 25, 2021, at 6:15 PM, Brooks Bridges <bbridges at call48.com> wrote:
> So we have a box that's bound to all interfaces on the server, and one specific IP address (that is an HA IP), and I've run into a bit of an odd behavior that I cannot explain.
> For 99.9999% of our traffic, the invites come into the HA IP, and then are forwareded out the HA IP to an SBC for further processing.  In a very rare instance however, I have found that there is an invite coming in the HA IP, and for some unknown reason it gets forwarded out the *interface* ip instead of the HA IP.
> For example:
> Working:
> -- invite --> (ha IP) -- invite --> (sbc)
> Non working:
> -- invite --> (ha IP) *something happens here* (interface IP) -- invite --> (sbc)
> I've been through tm, tmx, and the incoming invite of a working and non working request with a fine toothed comb and I cannot for the life of me explain this behavior.  Any thoughts?
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