[asterisk-dev] "sip qualify peer"
chris at tooley.com
Sun Jul 6 09:35:29 CDT 2008
In the patch that I submitted, it did return the latency. It does on
my production systems running on this patch.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 9:17 AM, Johansson Olle E <oej at edvina.net> wrote:
> 6 jul 2008 kl. 15.40 skrev Russell Bryant:
>> On Jul 6, 2008, at 9:18 AM, Chris Tooley wrote:
>>> I wrote this a while back. The idea is just what you've noticed.
>>> ability to force an Options ping, even if a peer is set to
>>> I implemented it purley as a CLI command as I didn't have a need or
>>> use fo the Manager command (and haven't ever implemented one). It's
>>> mostly a debugging thing.
>> There is precedent for this type of CLI command; there is also "sip
> "SIP notify" actually does something - you reboot or reconfigure a
> There's no need for monitoring the reply, really.
> This command is quite different and unless it's used for debugging
> of un-monitored peers, it doesn't make much sense, as Chris also
> explained. We should add a note about that usage in the docs for
> the command.
> I would like to see some feedback on the CLI, so we can use this command
> for testing latency for all devices when needed, regardless of
> qualify= setting.
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