[VoiceOps] response code mapping to upstream peers
timthompson at nicodem.us
Tue Apr 10 19:06:34 EDT 2012
We do this quite a bit, as well. We map many 4xx and 6xx responses to
503, which seems to be the code most switches want to see to route
advance. Otherwise, they often just give up, instead of moving on to the
On 04/10/2012 03:50 PM, Ryan Delgrosso wrote:
> I actually do quite a bit of this.
> Metaswitch has a tendency to return 502 messages when what people
> actually want to see is a 503, 486, or 480 (depending on the case and
> direction of the call and if route advancing is desired or not). I also
> use this to sanitize things a tad on my access side.
> On 04/09/2012 01:33 PM, David Hiers wrote:
>> Does anyone do any response code mapping on the peer side? You can
>> deny information to attackers by changing you codes from the default
>> (turn a BUSY HERE into a BAD GATEWAY, at the SBC, for instance), and
>> I'm wondering if anyone has found a good reason to do so.
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