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CUCM Normalization to remove port 5060

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Created by: ARVIND GOODING on 18-05-2013 08:23:42 AM
Good day everyone

as mentioned above, im looking to see if there is a way to remove port 5060 from the SIP messages coming out of CUCM. We are testing a topology where CUCM 8.6 is directly integrated with a SIP provider device.
basically this is what they have caputured and recommeded
REJECTED CALL FROM CUCM
SIP/SDP request: INVITE sip:6671234@10.10.10.10:5060 - gets a 480 temporarily unavailable
 
SUCESSFUL CALL
SIP/SDP REQUEST: INVITE sip:6671234@10.10.10.10 - NO Port 5060 works
 
 
any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
 
thanks in advance

Subject: RE: CUCM Normalization to remove port 5060
Replied by: Mark Stover on 20-05-2013 12:22:09 PM
I personally haven't written a script to do it, but you should be able to accomplish this with SIP Normalization.
You can use the 'getRequestLine()' function which returns the method, the request URI, and the protocol version.
You can manipulate the request URI "sip:6671234@10.10.10.10:5060" any way that you want. Looks like you want it to be: "sip:6671234@10.10.10.10"
You would then use the 'setRequestUri() function to put your new request URI in the INVITE.
Mark
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