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Jan Janak authored on 11/11/2003 14:46:19
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 0.8.12 changes
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-new modules:
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- - answer server options requests [options]
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 texops:
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  - subst('s/re/repl/flags') support
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 core:
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+ - memory leak in digest credentials parser fixed
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  - added switch to check the config file (-c)
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- - changes: 
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-       removed len_gt() and replaced with if (msg:len op number|max_len)
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-       protocol and port can be specified in the alias and listen lines, e.g.:
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-        alias= tcp:foo.bar:* udp:test.bar:5080 foo.com
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-        listen= eth0   tcp:eth0:5065 udp:127.0.0.1 [3ffe::1]
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+ - changes: removed len_gt() and replaced with if (msg:len op number|max_len)
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  - multiple operator support: ==, != for special operations (e.g myself, ip)
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                               ==, !=, ~= for strings
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                               ==, !=, >, <, >=, <= for integers
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        This is the default value, if empty (default) the socket
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        port will be used.
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        Same warnings as above.
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-   tcp_accept_aliases= yes|no
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-       if a message received over a tcp connection has "alias" in its via
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-       a new tcp alias port will be created for the connection the message
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-       came from (the alias port will be set to the via one).
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-       Based on draft-ietf-sip-connect-reuse-00.txt, but using only the port
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-       (host aliases are too dangerous IMHO, involve extra DNS
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-        lookups and the need for them is questionable)
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-       See force_tcp_alias for more details.
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  - new script commands:
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     set_advertised_address(ip|string)
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        same as advertised_address but it affects only the current message:
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     set_advertised_port(no)
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        same as advertised_port but it affects only the current
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        message; see set_advertised_address & s/address/port/g
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-   force_tcp_alias()
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-   force_tcp_alias(port)
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-       adds a tcp port alias for the current connection (if tcp).
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-       Usefull if you want to send all the trafic to port_alias through
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-       the same connection this request came from [it could help 
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-       for firewall or nat traversal].
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-       With no parameters adds the port from the message via as the alias.
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-       When the "aliased" connection is closed (e.g. it's idle for too
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-       much time), all the port aliases are removed.
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-       Note: by default ser closes idle connection after 3 minutes (stable)
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-       or 1 minute (unstable) so to take full advantage of tcp aliases for
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-       things like firewall and nat traversal, redefine TCP_CON_*TIMEOUT
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-       in tcp_conn.h and recompile. Also right now there can be maximum
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-       3 port aliases to a connection (you shouldn't need more than one).
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-       To change this redefine TCP_CON_MAX_ALIASES in the same file
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-       (set it to you desired value + 1; 1 is needed for the real port).
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+usrloc:
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+ - ~ from the begining of exported functions removed -- not needed anymore
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+ - usernames are case insensitive
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+registrar:
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+ - lookup function succeeds when appending of a branch failed
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+auth_db:
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+ - fixed a bug in HA1 calculation
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+ - support for rpid stored in database (thanks to Jakob Schlyter)
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 * Changes introduced in 0.8.11