Hi Schneur,

The ACK is routed back via the Route set (the Record Route headers from the initial Invite) and the Contact received in the final reply (in the 200 OK in your case). This is called in-dialog routing and is exclusively based on Route set (RR headers + Contact).


The rport as part of via is used only for routing back the replies for a requests (in transaction routing) and has no impact on the in-dialog routing.

So, if the RURI in ACK (which should be the Contact in the received 200 OK) is broken, maybe you should do a fix_nated_contact() for the Contact when handling the 200 OK reply.

Best regards,

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu

OpenSIPS Founder and Developer
  http://www.opensips-solutions.com
OpenSIPS Summit 2018
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On 02/12/2018 05:05 PM, Schneur Rosenberg wrote:
I have this interesting scenario, caller sends call to our OpenSIPS
who actsd as a loadbalancer which sends the call to a gateway for
termination and the gateway sets Session-Expires: 1800;refresher=uas,
the caller sends call the call through port 1090 and the rport in the
Via shows rport=1090 and so far everything is ok, but after 15 minutes
the gateway sends a reinvite,  OpenSIPS sends it to the client and the
client sends a OK and OpenSIPS properly sends the OK to the gateway,
the gateway sends a ACK to OpenSIPS, but here the problem starts
OpenSIPS sends the ACK to the port in the Contact header which is not
the same port as the rport, the clients router does not recognize the
packet and blocks it, the client sends multiple OK's to OpenSIPS who
ignores it because he has already moved on, as far as OpenSIPS is
concerned the ACK has already been sent to the next hop, and after
approx 30 seconds the client does not receive the ACK and sends a BYE
and the call terminates.

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