[SIPForum-discussion] Re :RE: Difference between \\

anuj anuj18sh at rediffmail.com
Thu Feb 1 11:04:53 UTC 2007

Thanks nithya!But i want to know the difference between the \"Path\" and \"Record-route\" fields, not \"via\"thanks\"Nithyakumar.R\"  wrote                                  Hi Anuj,                       Via headers are inserted  by proxy to allow responses to find their way back to the client. They have no  influence on the routing of future requests (or responses).             Record route also added by proxy and that have influence  on the routing of future requests (or responses).         Please correct me if am wrong

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