[VoiceOps] Load balancing SIP

Ryan Delgrosso ryandelgrosso at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 19:37:12 EDT 2016

Is there a reason the industry standard of using DNS SRV records wouldnt 
apply here?

Be aware if this is access side and performing nat traversal you may 
encounter issues with far end nat devices barking if your response comes 
from a different IP than the original request went to.

On 4/19/2016 2:32 PM, Sykes, Aaron wrote:
> Has anyone had any success load balancing SIP?  More specifically 
> distributing SIP registrations across a number of access SBCs and 
> maintaining persistence based on source IP.  By maintaining source IP 
> persistence subsequent calls would go to the SBC to which they are 
> registered.  In this case each of several SBCs cache registrations 
>  for a single SIP registrar.     Has anyone used F5 or Kamailio for 
> this..or some other SIP proxy or load balancer?
> Thank You,
> Aaron
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