Thanks for the explanation! I finally got the dispatcher working in an
active / passive Kamailio cluster in front of three FreePBX servers. I was
using the Asipto Kamailio and Asterisk real time guide as a starting point
so it had the WITHINDLG route. I ended up modifying the TOASTERISK route to
call ds_select_dst and the FROMASTERSK route uses an htable for matching
IPs off a mySQL view of the Kamailio dispatcher table. I also have some
modifications to the REGFWD route. We'll see how performance is today as I
did have to use a sqlops query to lookup the dispatcher set ID for
TOASTERISK and REGFWD depending on the authentication ID. This setup is
responsible for around 1000 extensions with 2000 devices for a high volume
call center.

Ryan

On Thu, Aug 10, 2017 at 4:16 AM, Daniel Tryba <d.tr...@pocos.nl> wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 09, 2017 at 01:21:36PM -0400, Ryan Wagoner wrote:
> > How do I mark these server side invites so the call hash is known by
> > kamailio? Or am I thinking about this the wrong way?
>
> It is the latter, in dialog replies should be routed on headers only. In
> the "default" config these replies/reINVITES are handled in the
> WITHINDLG route, the dispatcher should only be called for new dialogs.
>
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