Re: CSS; SIP Load Balancing does not work ... Please help ?
Many Thanks for the reply.
Uhhmm, I understand that the CSS will not "re-write" the SIP Headers or content. However, surelly this causes problems ?
For example, I am using CSS Routed Mode. SIP proxies sit on PRIVATE IPs behind the CSS....When subsequent signalling (such as the ACK to a 200OK) is sent from SIP Clients (SIP-UAs) to the VIRTUAL IP address (VIP), the content switch re-writes the IP header and forwards to the approcpriate SIP-SERVER......
However, the SIP SERVER looks at the ROUTE_HEADER in the packet to find the OUTSIDE/PUBLIC VIP address and NOT the Local IP ... and sais "this is not for me" ... and forwards it back to the CSS.
Therefore, LOOP !
I would expect a "SIP aware" device to rewrite this IP. I am awfully confused.
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