I guess you're right...
But if it is possible to do this with different means, I would prefer it...
I think I only miss the following points:
* Does $nh(d) work when the Route header enforces the next-hop in an
* Is it safe to determine next hop for responses by looking at the first
Via header only, or are there exceptions to this?
On 13 April 2018 at 21:20, Alex Balashov <abalas...@evaristesys.com> wrote:
> That's probably true of any Kamailio functionality. :-) But point taken.
> On April 13, 2018 2:09:10 PM EDT, George Diamantopoulos <
> georged...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >Well, the "SIP routing with Kamailio" book by Daniel and Elena states:
> >"Defining the onsend_route should be done only if really needed,
> >because it
> >is executed for each request sent out, excluding the retransmissions."
> >Also, it similarly won't work for responses, only for requests...
> >On 13 April 2018 at 21:00, Alex Balashov <abalas...@evaristesys.com>
> >> "A simpler way to do it, of course, would be to use the onsend_route,
> >> that would most likely introduce an unnecessary overhead for all
> >> messages."
> >> What informs that assumption?
> >> I suppose there is a measurable nonzero performance penalty to
> >> but it should be negligible.
> >> -- Alex
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