Hello Daniel and Charles,
Thank you for your feedback.
Another doubt is when we use a FQDN that only resolves as A record, would
be better DMQ send only a A query or is there any reason for always try SRV?
Thank you for your great job.
2016-09-22 8:33 GMT+01:00 Charles Chance <charles.cha...@sipcentric.com>:
> I can take a look today.
> On 22 Sep 2016 06:20, "Daniel-Constantin Mierla" <mico...@gmail.com>
>> I guess that the one who did the implementation of the srv query for dmq
>> hasn't "allocated" any service name. I haven't looked at the sources, but I
>> guess it should be a small patch to compose the srv dns string to be
>> queried -- maybe that part can be made a mod param so each can choose its
>> preferred service.
>> On 21/09/16 19:28, José Seabra wrote:
>> I have a doubt related with DMQ dns behavior, I noticed that when
>> kamailio starts, it tries to resolve DMQ name configured on parameter
>> notification_address as the following sequence:
>> 1. SRV
>> 2. A
>> 3. AAAA
>> Isn't supposed kamailio try first resolve the NAPTR DMQ name, and then
>> I'm asking this because kamailio is trying resolve the SRV record without
>> any transport protocol specified on query, as my dns server only accepts
>> queries on the format "_Service._Proto.Name" the SRV will never be resolved.
>> Thank you.
>> José Seabra
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