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Re: [reSIProcate] [resiprocate] Fails to send BYE to WS, WSS clients [DNS failure for the address <random>.invalid]

The point is, to get this to work, you need to use the same TCP connection that the Websocket client formed for all SIP messaging to/from that client, you shouldn't be using the contact header for any routing.  RFC5626 is an implementation of this logic for registrars/proxies.  This is what repro implements to get that behaviour.  


On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 1:05 PM Diego Carvalho Domingos <ddomingos@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I would be glad to share but I still did not find a solution for this. I thought it would be easy to just get the IP from the connection object and avoid dns but still couldn’t figure it out. Also, I didn’t understand how RFC5626 would help on this. If you find a solution, Abdul, please let me know. Thanks




From: Scott Godin <sgodin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 1:26 PM
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Subject: Re: [reSIProcate] [resiprocate] Fails to send BYE to WS, WSS clients [DNS failure for the address <random>.invalid]



You could setup repro between the browser and your application and ensure record-routing is enabled.


Implementing flow routing in a DUM app is possible, but not trivial, if Diego got it working, perhaps he'll share. 




On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 at 2:56 AM Abdul Rehman <abdulrehman272@xxxxxxxx> wrote:



I am using resiprocate-1.10.2 and have the exact same issue as mentioned in the following thread posted by Diego Carvalho Domingos:


I would like to know its solution. I have tried message decorator so far but it didn't help.



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