|Subject:||Re: [osip-dev] Generic question about osip INVITE transaction|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Dec 2014 08:03:17 +0530|
AustinBest RegardsCan this cause transaction to terminate.So the time difference is around 5 sec.2. When B tried to send 180, that time timestamp was 18:49:02:6081191. The first INVITE from A was at 18:48:57:395831From timestamp perspective, wireshark showsCan somebody kindly suggest whey the transaction state is TERMINATED and how this situation can be handled.5. Party A gets PRACK response and sends UPDATE to B.2. On getting INVITE at Party B, it sends 183 and create a dailog as uas.1. Party A sent INVITE to Party B.Now I am stuck with below scenario.So far I am comfortable and able to send / receive couple of messages.Hi AllI have been trying to do experiment with OSIP for multiple cases.
3. Party A on getting 183, creates dailog as uac and sent PRACK
4.Party B gets PRACK and sends PRACK response 200 K.6. B gets UPDATE, and then sends 200 OK for UPDATE.7. Now B tries to send 180, but finds original INVITE transaction state is TERMINATED.
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