Headers filteringΒΆ

Filtering headers allows to configure the transfer of SIP headers from one Leg of the call to another. After the routing, YETI performs filtering twice: for the origination Gateway and for the termination Gateway. Gateway’s parameter Transit headers from origination describes the transfer of headers from LegA to LegB, the parameter Transit headers from termination - from LegB to LegA.

For example, an incoming call arrives via the Gateway orig_gw and terminates via the Gateway term_gw with the corresponding settings.

orig_gw:
  • Transit headers from origination= X-TEST-HEADER, X-YETI*
  • Transit headers from termination= X-YETI*
term_gw:
  • Transit headers from origination= X-TEST-HEADER
  • Transit headers from termination= X-YETI-AUTH*

Then in case of receiving INVITE from orig_gw with such headers:

X-TEST-HEADER: 123
X-YETI-HEADER1: 321
X-YETI-AUTH-HEADER: 333

It will be filtered sequentially twice (with the filter X-TEST-HEADER, X-YETI* and X-TEST-HEADER) and, after filtering, INVITE will be formed to the term_gw with such headers:

X-TEST-HEADER: 123

Thus, in case if from term_gw will be received 200OK message with hiders:

X-YETI-AUTH-324: 333
X-YETI-TEST: 333

The headers will be filtered twice (by the filter X-YETI-AUTH*, and then by the X-YETI* filter) and after filtering, a 200OK message will be generated to orig_gw with the following headers:

X-YETI-AUTH-324: 333