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Re: [Linphone-developers] EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED event in exosip / osip

From: Klaus Darilion
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED event in exosip / osip
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2011 15:53:50 +0200
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In your application you do not have to wait until you get the
EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED event. In the moment you hang up the call, for the
application the call is over, and eXosip will take care of signaling the


Am 29.06.2011 14:28, schrieb Raust Tamatea:
> Hello, I hope you can help me.
> I would like to use the EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED event from exosip / osip in
> my application.
> The problem is :
>     - I make a call to a phone from a PC
>     - I don't answer the call et hang up directly from the PC
>     - The event is triggered 32 seconds after I've hangup the call.
> So, I've analyse where it comes from and this timer is initialized in
> __osip_ict_init(). It's the " timer_d " that trigger ICT_TERMINATED when
> timeout and then eXosip can send EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED.
> My question is : Can I change this timer to 4 seconds ? I know that the
> RFC specifies 32 seconds for this timer but in my case if I hang up a
> call that I made, it's useless to wait 30 seconds.
> Or is there a better way to do get EXOSIP_CALL_RELEASED a few seconds
> after hangup ?
> Regards.
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