dave at brockmans.com
Wed Jan 23 15:21:38 UTC 2013
On 1/23/2013 1:11 AM, Matt Keys wrote:
> DNS/VoIP gurus -- If a DNS provider supports SIP SRV records, but
> doesn't support NAPTR records, would SIP service be affected by a lack
> of the missing NAPTR records? E.g.
What type of "SIP service"?
> According to rfc 2915 ... "In the case of NAPTR, the actual domain-name
> is specified by the various fields in the NAPTR record. In this case the
> client isn't asking a question but is instead attempting to get at
> information that it has been told exists in an SRV record at that
> particular domain-name."
The wikipedia page I thought explained the lookup flow from a SIP client
PoV. Client does a (reverse) lookup in the e164.arpa zone to basically
obtain a domain that the client then sends another NAPTR query,
ultimately looking for a SRV record.
> So it all depends on what URI the client is presented with in the first
> place? In other words tel:+14235551212 isn't the same as sip:+14235551212?
Is the latter valid?
"Some things in life can never be fully appreciated nor
understood unless experienced firsthand. Some things in
networking can never be fully understood by someone who neither
builds commercial networking equipment nor runs an operational
network." RFC 1925
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