On 09/22/2016 10:55 AM, Daniel Tryba wrote:

force_rport seems to override any rport available in via, so reply_to_via
has no additional effects.


Thanks, that was helpful. But so, if force_rport() is not used, do I need reply_to_via=1 in order to have replies go back to the declared port in the Via rather than the received source port (as would be mandated by the presence of client-injected rport)?

As for trusting client headers, I strongly agree. Unfortunately, sometimes business requirements collide with our philosophies.

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