|new ( \@LEGS, EVENTLOOP, %ARGS )||
Creates a new dispatcher object.
EVENTLOOP is a eventloop which provides handling of events on file descriptors and timers. If not given a new Net::SIP::Dispatcher::Eventloop object will be created and used. See there how to define your own event loop package.
%ARGS are parameters for the behavior of the dispatcher:
set_receiver ( ENDPOINT ) This sets ENDPOINT as a receiver for incoming packets. ENDPOINT is an object with a method <B>receiveB> or a callback usable by <B>invoke_callbackB> in Net::SIP::Util. add_leg ( LEG ) Adds LEG as a leg to the dispatcher $self. LEG can be either a Net::SIP::Leg object, a IO::Handle or a hash reference which is usable in the constructor of Net::SIP::Leg.
The leg will be added to the dispatchers eventloop for receiving incoming packets.
remove_leg ( LEG ) Removes Net::SIP::Leg object LEG from the dispatcher. get_legs ( %ARGS ) Get a list of all Net::SIP::Leg objects matching the criteria given by %ARGS. %ARGS can be a combination of:
addr Matches if given address matches the legs source address. port Matches if given port matches the legs source port. proto Matches if given proto (udp,tcp) matches the legs protocol. sock Matches if the given IO::Handle is used as the socket in the leg. sub Call given sub with the Net::SIP::Leg as argument. Matches if the sub returns TRUE.
The leg matches %ARGS if the all conditions specified in %ARGS match.
add_timer ( WHEN, CALLBACK, [ REPEAT ] ) Adds a timer using the eventloop.
WHEN is either an absolute or a relative time (what it is will be decided based on the value of WHEN). Absolute times will be specified in time_t (seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00:00) and relative time will be specified in seconds. WHEN can be floating point to specifiy subseconds. WHEN can be 0 to trigger the timer immediatly.
REPEAT is the optional repeat interval for the timer.
deliver ( PACKET, %ARGS ) Delivers <B>Net::SIP::PacketB> PACKET. %ARGS can speciffy hints for delivery:
id ID for packet, used in <B>cancel_deliveryB>. If not given the transaction ID of PACKET given by method <B>tidB> will be used. callid Call-ID for packet, used in <B>cancel_deliveryB> to cancel all deliveries for a specific call. If not given the Call-Id of PACKET given by method <B>callidB> will be used. callback callback which will be called on definite delivery of packet (only possible for TCP) or on definite failure. Callback will be invoked using <B>invoke_callbackB> from <B>Net::SIP::UtilB> with the additional argument of $!. See sub <B>deliverB> in Net::SIP::Leg. leg Specifies outgoing Net::SIP::Leg object. For responses created by the endpoint the outgoing leg is usually known, because its the same as the incoming leg for the request. dst_addr "ip:port" where to deliver the packet. This is necessary for responses, for requests it can be find out based on the requests URI. do_retransmits Specifies if retransmits should be done according to RFC3261. This is usually the case, except for stateless proxies. Overwrites the global parameter with the same name from the constructor for the delivery of the specific packet.
o If a leg is specified it will be used for delivery. <B>dst_addrB> needs to be specified in this case too. This is usually the case for locally generated responses. o Otherwise leg and dst_addr will be retrieved using <B>resolve_uriB>. See there.
If the packets could be retransmitted appropriate setups will be done. Retransmission will be done until final failure or until <B>cancel_deliveryB> will be called for the packet, which usually means, that the packet was successfully delivered because a response to the packet was received.
resolve_uri ( URI, ADDR, LEGS, CALLBACK, [ ALLOWED_PROTO, ALLOWED_LEGS ] ) Resolves URI to get the destination address and the outgoing leg. ADDR and LEGS are references to lists which will get filled with the computed values.
If ALLOWED_PROTO is given it will be interpreted as a \@list of protocols. Only the protocols given in the list will be considered and the it will try them in the order from the list, e.g. (tcp,udp) means that tcp is tried first and only if there is no way to do tcp it will try udp. Default is to first try udp and then tcp.
If ALLOWED_LEGS is given it will be interpreted as a \@list of Net::SIP::Leg objects and only these legs are allowed.
Because the method can be asynchronous (DNS lookups can be involved) it will call CALLBACK once it is done. If no errors occured CALLBACK will be invoked without additional arguments, otherwise with the errno as additional argument.
Resolving will be done as follows:
o If <B>domain2proxyB> is given it will try to get the dst_addr from this, e.g. the address of the proxy responsable for the domain (if any). From dst_addr it will then get the leg. o If still no dst_addr is known it will use <B>outgoing_proxyB> as the dst_addr. o If still no dst_addr is known but the SIP domain is an IP address this will be used as dst_addr. o The last effort will be made by looking up the SIP domain using DNS with a partial implementation of RFC3263, e.g. it looks at the DNS SRV records but not at NAPTR records. o For each destination address (e.g. proto,addr,port) the outgoing leg will be computed. This will be done in sub <B>__find_leg4addrB> by going through all legs and checking, if the leg could deliver to this address by calling <B>can_deliver_toB> on the leg (see Net::SIP::Leg). cancel_delivery ( TYP?,ID ) Cancels retransmission of packet with id ID. Called from endpoint if response to packet came in, which means that the packet was successfully delivered.
If TYP given packets can be canceled by something else. TYP can be callid, in which case all deliveries for a specific call will be canceled. It can be id which will cancel the packet with id ID. Or it can be qentry in which case ID will be interpreted as the Net::SIP::Dispatcher::Packet object in the queue and it will cancel this packet.
receive ( PACKET, LEG, FROM ) Called from the eventloop (e.g was setup as a callback) for incoming packets. The new Net::SIP::Packet is PACKET, LEG is the Net::SIP::Leg where the packet came in and FROM is "ip:port" of the sender. queue_expire ( [ NOW ] ) Expires retransmission queue, e.g. deletes packet where retransmissions failed permanently (and calls appropriate callbacks) and initiates pending retransmissions. Called from a timer setup in the constructor.
|perl v5.20.3||NET::SIP::DISPATCHER (3)||2010-07-12|