[asterisk-users] ​ PJSIP and Non Media Proxy

Jeff LaCoursiere jeff at jeff.net
Mon Nov 6 15:59:38 CST 2017

On 11/06/2017 12:34 PM, Joshua Colp wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017, at 02:14 PM, Saint Michael wrote:
>> Asterisk is unique in terms that we can create new applications that talk
>> to databases and generate any logic whatsoever. Asterisk is a development
>> environment for anything telecom, not a PBX. I believe that we need to
>> make
>> PJSIP more efficient so Asterisk can expand its footprint.
>> Please tell somebody to add a way to prohibit PJSIP from proxying RTP. I
>> can help if you give me some directions, but I understand the complexity
>> of
>> PJSIP under the hood.
> There is noone to be "told" to do such work. Asterisk is an open source
> project that includes not just Digium but also other contributors. It's
> all of us working together that helps to improve Asterisk. Like
> everything in life we all have our own priorities and responsibilities,
> which differ, that drive what we all work on and have an interest in. As
> for providing direction for doing the work yourself - this is not
> something that anyone has looked into or planned so there's no real
> direction to give. You have to pick somewhere to start, dig, and figure
> out what needs to be done. If you have specific questions then the
> asterisk-dev mailing list would be the best place to discuss such things
> since that is where developer talk occurs.
Beyond that, what makes you think forcing asterisk not to proxy RTP 
would be the best way forward for all that use asterisk?  My company 
DEPENDS on it, and direct RTP would simply not function in our 
environment.  Please don't do that.  Having it be configurable is 
obviously a good thing.


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