Hi.
So thats what I've done already before posting this question; even if I've
to do loadbalancing I can use the "fetch_registered_contacts" function,
loop over the online gateways on that 1 RURI and "append_branches()" with
sorted "q" values...

That all depends on the accurate measurement of the number of active calls,
since requirement is to perform load-balancing based on call loads. Simple
load-balancing can be achieved already by manipulating "q" values....again
too complicated to work accurately 100% of the time.

I'm trying to figure out way to totally avoid this use-case at all.

Regards,
Sammy


On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 11:36 AM, Daniel Tryba <d.tr...@pocos.nl> wrote:

> On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 12:14:36AM -0500, SamyGo wrote:
> > I've a scenario where multiple mediaservers will be registered to
> Kamailio
> > and for any incoming call from Upstream provider I've to perform
> > load-balancing to the actively registered media-servers.
> >
> > dispatcher module does load-balancing for IP endpoints, is there any
> other
> > module where I can perform load-balancing on registered
> > clients(media-servers)?
>
> If you have those mediaserver register with the same username you could
> simply use lookup and  serial forking to loadbalance. No idea how to
> randomize the results from lookup though.
>
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