#192 Consistently use rtpproxy switches

closed-fixed
nobody
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2012-03-22
2011-09-19
Peter Lemenkov
No

The flag for marking party as being behind the symmetric proxy is 'S', not 'W' as it was implemented in nathelper. Moreover 'W' has also different meaning in rtpproxy protocol syntax.

Unfortunately this is obviously an incompatible change, however I think that elimination one source of confusing worth applying this,

Discussion

  • Razvan Crainea
    Razvan Crainea
    2011-09-21

    Hi Peter,

    Thank you for your patch. As you might know, the 'S' flag was used in the nathelper module to swap between session creation and confirmation. This flag became later deprecated, when rtpproxy_offer and rtpproxy_answer functions were introduced.
    We haven't changed the 'W' flag into 'S' yet for backward compatibility, but we are considering it in the future.

    Thanks again and regards,
    Răzvan Crainea

     
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  • Razvan Crainea
    Razvan Crainea
    2012-03-22

    Hello, Peter!

    I have just added the 's' among the flags that can be passed to rtpproxy. Also, 'w' can still be used for backwards compatibility.
    Thank you for the patch!

    Regards,
    Răzvan

     
  • Razvan Crainea
    Razvan Crainea
    2012-03-22

    • status: open --> closed-fixed