[pjsip] What does "probation=-1" mean?
fra.haase at googlemail.com
Fri May 23 08:31:51 EDT 2014
if you look into the rtp.h:
pj_uint32_t probation; /**< Sequ. packets till source is valid */
int probation:1;/**< Indicates that session is in probation
until more packets are received. */
It's part of the pjmedia_rtp_seq_session.
Which is used by e.g.:
void pjmedia_rtp_seq_init(pjmedia_rtp_seq_session *sess, pj_uint16_t seq)
sess->max_seq = (pj_uint16_t) (seq - 1);
sess->probation = MIN_SEQUENTIAL;
Up from there you should be able to trace down the position where you can
Hope it helped
2014-05-23 10:06 GMT+02:00 David <just_bytesize at yahoo.co.uk>:
> Does anyone know if it's possible to disable the probation feature?
> On 12/05/2014 12:26, David wrote:
>> What does "probation=-1" mean?
>> RTP status: badpt=0, badssrc=0, dup=0, outorder=0, probation=-1, restart=0
>> I did the usual googling but couldn't find an explanation.
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