[Spce-user] Reply with 503 instead of 404
martin.wong at binaryelements.com.au
Wed Jul 24 11:31:01 EDT 2013
Guys, thanks for the direction.
Yes, lazy old me decided to actually read the file contents.... looked at
the proxy log file messages and compared it with the proxy.cfg template as
suggested. Found the line by searching the 404s... made the change with a
new custom template and ngcpcfg apply
All went well and doing a ngrep-sip showed the correct reply.
I'm starting to get the hang of hacking the config files and the structure
of the files a bit more.
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 7:25 PM, Lorenzo Mangani
<lorenzo.mangani at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hey Martin,
> A good approach for you to understand what to change on your own would be
> to watch the logs as this specific condition happens (inbound call to non
> existing user, etc) and note the specific messages there - using those,
> trace the strings back the relevant areas within the template
> configuration. This way you can quickly get (closer) to the specific
> section of the scripts where to experiment with your condition and your
> changes (after performing a backup no less) and learn more about the
> systems internals as you progress - it's not too complex if you follow the
> handbook where this is explained, and use the extremely well commented
> logic the guys implemented in the templates - just my 2 euro cents.
> Lorenzo Mangani
> HOMER DEV TEAM
> QXIP - Capture Engineering
> On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 10:26 AM, Martin Wong <
> martin.wong at binaryelements.com.au> wrote:
>> Apologies ... before I stuff it up, is it possible for you to let me know
>> where exactly to change in the proxy.cfg? Aiming for a return of 503 when
>> an inbound call comes in and there's no such subscriber / alias number
>> Martin Wong
>> Director at Binary Elements
>> Tel: 03 9020 7900
>> DID: 03 9020 7907
>> Mob: 0405 817 796
>> On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 6:14 PM, Jon Bonilla <jbonilla at sipwise.com>wrote:
>>> El Wed, 24 Jul 2013 15:38:31 +1000
>>> Martin Wong <martin.wong at binaryelements.com.au> escribió:
>>> > Hi guys, is there a way to respond back with a 503 instead of a 404
>>> > there is no such number in the SPCE?
>>> > Just that our provider would need this code to determine to move to
>>> > IP address to route calls in.
>>> You would need to create a customtt template as described in the
>>> Check for 404 in /etc/ngcp-config/templates/etc/kamailio/proxy and
>>> replace the
>>> return codes with the ones you need.
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