SRV query with no domain?
tsecula at gmail.com
Wed Aug 15 16:06:08 UTC 2012
That's what I tried to tell the OpenIMS folks. I have search mydomain
in/etc/resolv but somehow they aren't adding mydomain to the query. This
only happens when the PCSCF tries to find the ICSCF after receiving a SIP
invite with a TEL uri which by definition has no domain since it's in the
I don't believe this is a bind issue as I would expect the P-CSCF to get
that NXDOMAIN and be able to handle it, likely an openims bug.
thanks for all your replies!!!1
On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 10:57 AM, Kevin Darcy <kcd at chrysler.com> wrote:
> There's no point in answering a "domain-less" SRV-record query, since
> the whole point of the SRV record type is to allow clients to find
> resources associated with a particular domain (and protocol/transport).
> You need to set the proper domain on the client doing the lookup.
> - Kevin
> On 8/15/2012 10:42 AM, Thomas Secula wrote:
> I hope this is the right list.. I am using bind 9.8.2on centos 6 with a
> system called openims. I am trying to get my bind server to respond to an
> SRV query of _sip._udp where the query has no domain. I am told by the
> openims folks that I should be able to get my bind to respond but I have
> been unable to.
> If I do a dig it only works if I have a +search on the request. without
> teh +search I get NXDOMAIN back.
> Is this something I should expect bind to support?
> thank you...
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