[pjsip] Custom Parameters

Oliver Carr oliver.carr at gmail.com
Wed Sep 19 13:51:57 EDT 2007


I am really not sure why you need to send payment info. You will know
how long the call takes eg difference in ti,e between Invite and Bye?
I thought the reason SIP is so great (and it is) is that it is free.
It only costs over what is called the last mile, ie from voip to a
landline or mobile. I digress...

If you what to monitor the duration of SIP calls knowing the
destination SIP or landline/mobile then you will need to implement a
Back To Back User Agent server. See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back-to-back_user_agent for more info.
Looks like it is avail at: http://www.b2bua.org I haven't used it
anyone else?

But the basic idea will be to register some call backs in the Call
Control Logic. ie every three seconds a call lasts do your propiertry
thing. Looks like it is all written in Python so it will be easy to
modify if need be.

Oliver

On 18/09/2007, Hitesh Tewari <htewari at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Oliver,
>
> What I want to do is to send some proprietary payment info
> periodically (eg ever 3 minutes) to the VoIP provider.
> I was hoping that I could do a re-INVITE and tag on the
> payment info.
>
> Does the method you indicate below only work for the
> Retry-After call?
>
> Hitesh
>
> >Have you thought of using a Retry-After parameter as listed at:
> >http://www.iana.org/assignments/sip-parameters?
>
> > Normally a custom parameter is prefxied by a "p" I think, eg pKeepAlive:
>
> > Further reading the SIP standard at:
> >http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3261.txt has found:
> > Retry-After: 18000;duration=3600
> > Retry-After: 120 (I'm in a meeting)
>
> >Can you provide any further info?
>
>
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