daniel at voice-system.ro
Mon Nov 14 15:26:47 CET 2005
On 11/14/05 08:18, Taras Bendik wrote:
> Im using avp_write("sip:123456 at 220.127.116.11:4321", "i:100");
> And this is sended to 18.104.22.168:4321 like :
> INVITE sip:123456 at 22.214.171.124:4321 SIP/2.0
> And this works fine.
> However can I make it some how to generate message like this :
> INVITE sip:123456 SIP/2.0 ???
this is an invalid SIP uri, you need a domain part in uri. If I am not
wrong, the form you proposed looks more like a TEL uri, but must be
prefixed with "tel:" instead of "sip:" (I do not know the full grammar
of tel uri to be more precise). Now, there is no support for "tel" uri
in openser, but there is some interest on it, and in the future it will
be there. I cannot say when, although.
> Or in this case I need to use :
> avp_write("sip:123456", "i:100");
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