[SR-Users] Calling t_relay([host, port]) with variables
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Wed Jan 5 10:36:56 CET 2022
I think it might be worthwhile to ask why you want to provide these arguments to t_relay(), even though it can take them.
There is a common and understandable misconception among new users that specifying these arguments is the way to tell Kamailio the destination to which a message should be relayed. In fact, it’s not the canonical way it is done.
t_relay() consumes the domain part of the request URI ($ru):
$ru = “sip:" + $rU + "@10.0.1.1:5060”;
$rd = “10.0.1.1”;
If the domain in the RURI is different than the desired network destination, the “destination URI” can be used to override this:
$du = “sip:10.0.1.1:5060”;
These values can of course be constructed from variables as well.
So, it is likely the case that you don’t need to call t_relay() with arguments at all. :-)
> On Jan 5, 2022, at 3:21 AM, Nick J <nick at nickvsnetworking.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been banging my head on the table with this one and hoping someone has some insight here.
> I'm trying to use a variable as the host & port input in t_relay() - t_relay(host, port)
> This works fine if statically set:
> t_relay("10.0.1.1", "5060");
> But if I change the host or the port to a variable like this:
> $avp(destip) = "10.0.1.1";
> $avp(dstport) = "5060";
> t_relay($avp(destip), $avp(dstport));
> Then Kamailio fails to start, calling out the t_relay line:
> kamailio: CRITICAL: <core> [core/cfg.y:3686]: yyerror_at(): parse error in config file /etc/kamailio/kamailio-routelogic.cfg, line 62, column 35: bad command
> I get the same behavior with pseudovariables and vars as well:
> $var(destip) = "10.0.1.1";
> $var(dstport) = "5060";
> t_relay($var(destip), $var(dstport))
> Any tips or pointers would be much appreciated.
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