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Changed GVP Configuration Options

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The configuration options routefailovertime and routerecoverytime are now unhidden in the MCP configuration template.

Option: transport.routefailovertime
Application: Media Control Platform
Section: sip
Valid values: 1-32
Takes effect: At restart
Specifies the failover time, in seconds, for SIP static routing and DNS HA routing. If a SIP request has not received a response within the failover time, and SIP static routing or DNS HA routing is enabled, then the SIP request will be retransmitted to an alternate route.


Option: transport.routerecoverytime
Application: Media Control Platform
Section: sip
Valid Values: 1-600
Takes effect: At restart.
Specifies the recovery time, in seconds, for SIP static routing and DNS HA routing. When SIP static routing or DNS HA routing is enabled and the route is marked as unavailable due to an error or a SIP response timeout, then the route will be marked as available again after the recovery time.


These two options were added to Resource Manager for release 8.5.0:

Option: pass-tenantid-parameter-to-gateway
Application: Resource Manager
Section: rm
Valid Values: true (default) or false

  • Set to false to specify that RM does not pass the tenant-id RURI parameter (specified by gvp-tenant-id) in the request to the Gateway or an external SIP service.
  • Set to true to specify that RM passes the tenant-id RURI parameter in the request to the Gateway or an external SIP service.


Option: ignore-ruri-tenant-dbid
Application: Resource Manager
Section: rm
Valid Values: true (default) or false

  • Set to true to specify that RM does not use the tenant-dbid parameter received through the incoming INVITE RURI.
  • Set to false to specify that RM uses the tenant-dbid parameter.

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