[Spce-user] SPCE 3.4.2 Peer Registration Question
apogrebennyk at sipwise.com
Wed Oct 15 18:55:28 EDT 2014
please follow the explanation from
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On 14/10/14 15:29, Tom Foley wrote:
> To follow up I guess my real question is this. If I have two peers with
> identical rates to a given endpoint, what is the tie-breaker mechanism?
> As you've likely guessed, I'm new to SPCE and am still acclimatising to
> it's design principles.
> Thanks for your help.
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 2:26 PM, Tom Foley <tom at tomfoley.net
> <mailto:tom at tomfoley.net>> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> You're right of course, and thank you for clarifying. I had
> misunderstood weight was being used as a means for prioritizing
> outbound routes. Thank you.
> Tom Foley
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 1:49 PM, Andrew Pogrebennyk
> <apogrebennyk at sipwise.com <mailto:apogrebennyk at sipwise.com>> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> what do you mean by the route weight? The outbound registrations
> are not
> passing through the proxy and thus are not using the routing
> capabilities of your SPCE. The registration is routed by
> resolving the
> peer realm that you specify as domain in reg_agent.conf.
> On 14/10/14 00:32, Tom Foley wrote:
> > Firstly let me point out a minor error in the documentation.
> > 18.104.22.168 states the following:
> > Configure your peering servers with the corresponding
> credentials in
> > /etc/ngcp-config/templates/etc/sems/etc/reg_agent.conf.tt2,
> then execute
> > ngcpcfg apply.
> > The actual path
> > is /etc/ngcp-config/templates/etc/ngcp-sems/etc/reg_agent.conf.tt2
> > In the template file it is straightforward to add the peer
> using the
> > examples provided as comments, but I don't see a parameter for
> the route
> > weight. Where would I define that? It doesn't seem to pick it
> up from
> > the web interface value (yet).
> > Thank you,
> > -- Tom
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