[Spce-user] RTP Time out question

John Nash john.nash778 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 3 07:01:11 EST 2015

I did some more detailed tests and found that --silent-timeout does not
seem to be working (It is not even deleting session in the specified time).

I made a test call and after session established I disabled wifi of the
caller. For test I set silent-timeout value as 10 but it did not delete
session. After that I hung up call but did not send rtpengine_delete()
(From proxy) so that rtpengine has no knowledge. I waited and after 60
seconds rtpengine cleared the session (Which i guess is default --timeout

am I missing something?

I am using following command to start rtpengine
/usr/local/bin/rtpengine_new --table=0 --interface= --listen-ng= --tos=184 --pidfile=/var/run/rtpengine.pid
--silent-timeout=10 --xmlrpc-format=0 -f -L 6  --b2b-url=

On Fri, Jan 2, 2015 at 10:42 AM, John Nash <john.nash778 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thank you.
> On Fri, Jan 2, 2015 at 2:32 AM, Richard Fuchs <rfuchs at sipwise.com> wrote:
>> On 01/01/15 05:57, John Nash wrote:
>> > Happy new year !!
>> >
>> > How does rtp timeout notifications work? Is there any way to notify
>> > Kamailio's over some kind of socket about timeouts. I can see rtpeengine
>> > log in case of timeouts (Its deleting session) but unable to understand
>> > how notification works.
>> There's an XMLRPC callback from rtpengine to the b2bua (sems). The b2bua
>> will the terminate the call, which will notify kamailio via SIP.
>> cheers
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