[Users] Problem with ACK's (branch=0)
Rodrigo P. Telles
telles at devel.it
Wed Sep 14 17:28:33 CEST 2005
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Fistrly, thanks for your answer!
Reading some old posts about 'branch=0' I found some one saying that it happend
because SER forward statelessly, but I'm using "t_relay()" and I suppose it's a
statefull function, does'n it?
I saw this question many times in serusers maillist but no one answer it!
According with RFC3261 'branch=0' is not a valid branch ID (I know I can use
Rodrigo P. Telles <telles at devel.it>
Diretor de Tecnologia
Devel-IT - http://www.devel.it
Bogdan-Andrei Iancu wrote:
> Hi Rodrigo,
> as I see in that email, the problem is actually a broken ACK which
> doesn't match the INVITE transaction and statelessly loops on the proxy
> - when statelessly fwded, the ACK gets branch=0 param in VIA.
> so, what is your problem? - the actually presents of branch=0 or why it
> gets there?
> Rodrigo P. Telles wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've been experiencing some troubles with ACK's with branch=0.
> I found a thread about it but I didn't find a 'solution' folowing the
> Can some one point me to the correct answer for that question?
> Thanks in advance.
> Rodrigo P. Telles <telles at devel.it>
> TI Manager
> Devel-IT - http://www.devel.it
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