[SIPForum-discussion] proxy can create and send a BYE request on its own.

Gopalakrishnan A.N saigop at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 10:32:59 UTC 2011

yes proxy will send BYE signal

On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 2:43 PM, tester voip <tester.voip1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Gopal,
> Proxy is of two types - stateful and stateless.
> Stateful is capable of doing forking and when doing forking can be termed
> as forking proxy.
> As far as I know in forking when the proxy gets the 1st 200 Ok, it forwards
> that to the UAC and sends cancel imediately to the other UA.
> If after sending CANCEL it receives the 200 OK from any other UA, then the
> implementation comes to picture there.
> Either it may ignore the 200 OK which will timeout after some time.
> Or it will forward the 200 OK to the UAC which may inturn send an ACK and
> BYE for that dialog.
> Am not sure whether the proxy will send BYE in this case.
> On Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Gopalakrishnan A.N <saigop at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Yes proxy will send bye signalling. But in proxy there are three different
>> types statefull, stateless and forking proxies. If I am not wrong forking
>> proxy will send bye signal at some cases.check about forking proxy.
>>  On 5 Jul 2011 23:12, "tester voip" <tester.voip1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> >
>> > I want to know if a proxy can create and send a BYE request on its own
>> or
>> > not.

Thank you  with regards,
Gopalakrishnan A.N.
VoIP call - sip:saigop at gtalk2voip.com
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