Product Documentation

lb sipParameters

Sep 12, 2016

The following operations can be performed on "lb sipParameters":

set lb sipParameters

Modifies the specified global SIP parameters.

Synopsys

set lb sipParameters [-rnatSrcPort <port>] [-rnatDstPort <port>] [-retryDur <integer>] [-addRportVip ( ENABLED | DISABLED )] [-sip503RateThreshold <positive_integer>] [-rnatsecuresrcport <port|*>] [-rnatsecuredstport <port|*>]

Arguments

rnatSrcPort

Port number with which to match the source port in server-initiated SIP traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching source port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

Default value: 0

rnatDstPort

Port number with which to match the destination port in server-initiated SIP traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching destination port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

Default value: 0

retryDur

Time, in seconds, for which a client must wait before initiating a connection after receiving a 503 Service Unavailable response from the SIP server. The time value is sent in the "Retry-After" header in the 503 response.

Default value: 120

Minimum value: 1

addRportVip

Add the rport parameter to the VIA headers of SIP requests that virtual servers receive from clients or servers.

Possible values: ENABLED, DISABLED

Default value: ENABLED

sip503RateThreshold

Maximum number of 503 Service Unavailable responses to generate, once every 10 milliseconds, when a SIP virtual server becomes unavailable.

Default value: 100

Minimum value: 0

rnatsecuresrcport

Port number with which to match the source port in server-initiated SIP over SSL traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching source port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

Default value: 0

rnatsecuredstport

Port number with which to match the destination port in server-initiated SIP over SSL traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching destination port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

Default value: 0

Example

set sip parameter 

unset lb sipParameters

Use this command to remove lb sipParameters settings.Refer to the set lb sipParameters command for meanings of the arguments.

Synopsys

unset lb sipParameters [-rnatSrcPort] [-rnatDstPort] [-retryDur] [-addRportVip] [-sip503RateThreshold] [-rnatsecuresrcport] [-rnatsecuredstport]

show lb sipParameters

Displays the global SIP parameters.

Synopsys

show lb sipParameters

Outputs

rnatSrcPort

Port number with which to match the source port in server-initiated SIP traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching source port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

rnatDstPort

Port number with which to match the destination port in server-initiated SIP traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching destination port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

retryDur

Time, in seconds, for which a client must wait before initiating a connection after receiving a 503 Service Unavailable response from the SIP server. The time value is sent in the "Retry-After" header in the 503 response.

addRportVip

Add the rport parameter to the VIA headers of SIP requests that virtual servers receive from clients or servers.

sip503RateThreshold

Maximum number of 503 Service Unavailable responses to generate, once every 10 milliseconds, when a SIP virtual server becomes unavailable.

rnatsecuresrcport

Port number with which to match the source port in server-initiated SIP over SSL traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching source port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

rnatsecuredstport

Port number with which to match the destination port in server-initiated SIP over SSL traffic. The rport parameter is added, without a value, to SIP packets that have a matching destination port number, and CALL-ID based persistence is implemented for the responses received by the virtual server.

Example

show sip parameter