Summary:ASTERISK-28345: IMS TEL URI incoming INVITE RFC 3966 not recognized
Reporter:newborn (newborn838)Labels:
Date Opened:2019-03-22 06:37:48Date Closed:2019-03-28 08:17:42
Versions:13.25.0 Frequency of
duplicatesASTERISK-27623 get_rdnis: Huh? Not an RDNIS SIP header (tel:xxx
is related toASTERISK-17179 [patch] IMS TEL URI incoming INVITE RFC 3966 not recognized
Description:Issue still not resolved.
Getting this upon an incoming call:

[Mar 22 14:32:54] WARNING[22921][C-00000093]: chan_sip.c:18256 get_rdnis: Huh?  Not an RDNIS SIP header (tel:7x)?
[Mar 22 14:32:54]     -- Executing [7xxxxxxxx@incoming-from-mangotelecom:1]

[Mar 22 14:34:08] INVITE sip:7xxxxxxxx@7x:5060 SIP/2.0
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 81.x:5060;branch=z9hG4bKb6a9.4a5bcd83.0
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Max-Forwards: 68
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Contact: <sip:7x@8x;did=43a.e6b18777>
[Mar 22 14:34:08] To: <sip:asterisk@xxx>
[Mar 22 14:34:08] From: "7x"<sip:7x@x>;tag=3457da2c
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Call-ID: Jn4dEWWGNJywY0P9VQWN1A..
[Mar 22 14:34:08] CSeq: 1 INVITE
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Content-Type: application/sdp
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Supported: replaces
[Mar 22 14:34:08] User-Agent: Softswitch3
[Mar 22 14:34:08] x-comm-id: 201:300885250
[Mar 22 14:34:08] x-comm-context: 6048132520
[Mar 22 14:34:08] x-intf-context_group_id: 6048132508
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Diversion: <tel:7x>;counter=1;reason=unconditional
[Mar 22 14:34:08] Content-Length: 316

Comments:By: Asterisk Team (asteriskteam) 2019-03-22 06:37:49.197-0500

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By: Sean Bright (seanbright) 2019-03-22 09:15:17.434-0500

bq. Issue still not resolved.

Was there some indication that this was resolved? Is there another open issue you are referring to?

Edit - I assume this is referencing ASTERISK-17179

By: newborn (newborn838) 2019-03-26 03:43:35.411-0500

Yes, it was resolved in 11. In Asterisk 13 it is appeared again.

By: Joshua C. Colp (jcolp) 2019-03-26 04:35:29.768-0500

What exactly happens besides the WARNING message?

I also checked the code itself, and the code (including the WARNING message) is the same in 1.8.

By: newborn (newborn838) 2019-03-26 04:41:17.135-0500

Nothing, just warnings. It is annoying and it's flooding the message log.