[Kamailio-Users] we don't follow the RFCs!
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Fri Nov 27 09:43:31 CET 2009
Olle E. Johansson schrieb:
> 26 nov 2009 kl. 22.18 skrev Iñaki Baz Castillo:
>> El Martes, 24 de Noviembre de 2009, BERGANZ François escribió:
>>> Hello all,
>>> As I could see in the source, we don’t follow the RFCs.
>>> If I send an INVITE, kamailio response a “Giving a try”
>>> It isn’t in the RFCs! It is normaly “Trying”.
>>> I could change it in
>>> -line: static str relay_reason_100 = str_init("Giving a try");
>> That's just a response description, no more. RFC 3261 doesn't state that the
>> 100 response reason must be "Trying", it could be any text (i.e. "your money
>> is important for us").
> Which also means that any SIP implementation that tries to parse the text is broken.
> Only the number is significant.
Yes. Parsing for internal use is broken. But displaying it to the user
might be useful in case of error responses.
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