On Sat, 17 Sep 2016, Bastian Triller wrote:
Add #!define WITH_IPAUTH to your script and the server's IP address to the
address table and restart Kamailio.
Packets from your local address to your local address are routed through your
loopback interface. lo0 looks like some BSD, so you can verify that in the
routing table with netstat -rn
Bastian, thanks for the explanation. I have Kamailio running on FreeBSD
and never thought of a difference in the routing table compared to Linux.
The option WITH_IPAUTH did the trick.
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