Hello, So far, the mtree + dispatcher option is working perfectly.
Is there any AVP to retrieve the prefix that was matched when querying the mtree table? I'd like to have a record of this to identify missing prefixes in my table or wrong configurations for longest-prefix matches. I have had a look at the documentation but I couldn't find if this is stored in an AVP. Cheers, Francisco. From: Francisco Valentin Vinagrero Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 16:59 To: 'mico...@gmail.com' <mico...@gmail.com>; Kamailio (SER) - Users Mailing List <email@example.com> Subject: RE: [SR-Users] LCR options as of 2018 Thanks Daniel, Mtree + Dispatcher makes a lot of sense for my use case. I will try to implement the LCR with that. Cheers, Francisco. From: Daniel-Constantin Mierla [mailto:mico...@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 14:22 To: Kamailio (SER) - Users Mailing List <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>>; Francisco Valentin Vinagrero <francisco.valentin.vinagr...@cern.ch<mailto:francisco.valentin.vinagr...@cern.ch>> Subject: Re: [SR-Users] LCR options as of 2018 Hello, On 12.02.18 13:52, Francisco Valentin Vinagrero wrote: Hello, I am configuring a Kamailio node that will interface with 3 carriers and will implement Least Cost Routing for around 900 destinations. I have already implemented a quick prototype with the LCR module and I have been reading the CarrierRoute doc and the CGrates site. I don't really need advanced functionality, just: - Re-routing to a backup carrier when the main one is not available. - Ping with OPTIONS to all carriers so I can detect if any of them is not available (à la Dispatcher) - Translate prices from a central DB to routing priorities. - Get some accounting post-call info about the routing decision (acc module) So far, while testing the LCR module I have had some issues with the rule IDs being integers that auto-increment, so the LCR rules need to be referenced from the rule_target table using this numeric ID. I can see some issues when scaling this to 900 lcr_rules and 2700 lcr_rule_targets with 3 priorities. In addition to that, I think the OPTIONS mechanism is just used by the lcr module when a gateway is marked as defunct, but the gateways are not actively monitored in the normal status. Is this correct? I have been considering CarrierRoute, which has a slightly simpler table structure, but I can't find any other advantage for my use case. Regarding CGrates, it looks great but it looks like it exceeds my current needs. For those who have implemented LCR in your kamailios, am I missing something regarding performance, scalability, etc? Are there any newer modules that can implement this, or maybe just a dispatcher-on-steroids setup will do the trick? Look also at drouting module, the latest version should do OPTIONS keep alives using keepalive module, otherwise it is a lcr implementation as well -- I haven't tested myself the keep alive feature, though. As for me, typically I go in this case for a combination of mtree + dispatcher. I have mtree translating from longest prefix to a dispatcher group id, inside dispatcher group you can use priority based routing. This works just fine even when you end up in several dispatcher groups with same destinations but different order based on priority per group. You can even map the prefix in mtree to dispatcher group + dispatching algorithm, latest version supports having many columns loaded in the value and then you can use script operations to split. Cheers, Daniel -- Daniel-Constantin Mierla www.twitter.com/miconda<http://www.twitter.com/miconda> -- www.linkedin.com/in/miconda<http://www.linkedin.com/in/miconda> Kamailio Advanced Training - March 5-7, 2018, Berlin - www.asipto.com<http://www.asipto.com> Kamailio World Conference - May 14-16, 2018 - www.kamailioworld.com<http://www.kamailioworld.com>
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