drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar

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drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar

A selection of useful and reusable functions dealing with common B2BUA scenarios for the drachtio SIP server.

simring function

A common need is to do a simultaneous ring of multiple SIP endpoints in response to an incoming call, connecting the caller to the first answering device and terminating the other requests.

This function provides a forking outdial B2BUA that connects the caller to the first endpoint that answers.

basic usage

In basic usage, the exported simring function acts almost exactly like Srf#createB2BUA, except that you pass an array of sip URIs rather than a single sip URI.

const {simring} = require('drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar');
srf.invite(async (req, res) {
  try {
    const {uas, uac} = await simring(req, res, ['sip:123@example.com', 'sip:456@example.com']);
    console.info(`successfully connected to ${uas.remote.uri}`);
  } catch (err) {
    console.log(err, 'Error connecting call');
  }
});

All of the options that you can pass to Srf#createB2BUA can be passed to simring.

with logging

If you want logging from simring, you can treat the exported simring reference as a factory function that you invoke with a single argument, that being the logger object that you want to be used. That object must provide 'debug', 'info', and 'error' functions (e.g. pino).

Invoking the factory function then returns another function that does the actual simring.

const logger = require('pino')();
const {simring} = require('drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar');
const doSimring = simring(logger);
srf.invite(async (req, res) {
  try {
    const {uas, uac} = await doSimring(req, res, ['sip:123@example.com', 'sip:456@example.com']);
    console.info(`successfully connected to ${uas.remote.uri}`);
  } catch (err) {
    console.log(err, 'Error connecting call');
  }
});

Simring class

A more advanced usage is to to start a simring against a list of endpoints, and then later (before any have answered) add one or more new endpoints to the simring list.

This would be useful, for instance, in a scenario where you are ringing all of the registered devices for a user and while doing that a new device registers that you also want to include.

In this case, you would use the Simring class, which exports a Simring#addUri method to do just that.

const logger = require('pino')();
const {Simring} = require('drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar');

srf.invite(async (req, res) {
  const simring = new Simring(req, res, ['sip:123@example.com', 'sip:456@example.com']);
  simring.start()
    .then(({uas, uc}) => {
      console.info(`successfully connected to ${uas.remote.uri}`);
    })
    .catch((err) => console.log(err, 'Error connecting call'));
  
  // assume we are alerted when a new device registers
  someEmitter.on('someRegisterEvent', () => {
    if (!simring.finished) simring.addUri('sip:789@example.com');
  });

transfer (REFER handler)

Handle REFER messasges in your B2B dialogs.

const {transfer} = require('drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar');

const auth = (username) => {
  // Valid username can make REFER/transfers
  //if (username == 'goodGuy') {
  //  return true;
  //} else {
  //  return false;
  //}
}

const destLookUp = (username) => {
  // do lookup on username here
  // to get an IP address or domain
  // const ipAddress = someLook();
  // return ipAddress;
};

srf.invite(async (req, res) {
  try {
    const {uas, uac} = await srf.createB2BUA(req, res, destination, {localSdpB: req.body});
    uac.on('refer', async (req, res) => {
      const opts = {
        srf, // required
        req, // required
        res,  // required
        transferor: uac, // required
        // authLookup: referAuthLookup, // optional, unless auth is true
        // destinationLookUp: this.referDestinationLookup, // optional
      }
      const { transfereeDialog, transferTargetDialog } = await transfer(opts);
    });

    uas.on('refer', async (req, res) => {
      const opts = {
        srf, // required
        req, // required
        res,  // required
        transferor: uas, // required
        authLookup: auth, // optional, unless auth is true
        destinationLookUp: destLookUp, // optional
      }
      const { transfereeDialog, transferTargetDialog } = await transfer(opts);
    });
  } catch (error) {
    console.log(error);
  }
});

Options

  • authLookup: function - used to verify endpoint sending REFER is allowed to REFER calls in your environment
  • destinationLookUp: function - used to determine what IP address (or domain) to use when calling the transferTarget (the person being transferred to). If not set, whatever is put in the Refer-To uri will be used

forwardInDialogRequests

This function forwards in-dialog requests received on one Dialog in a B2B to the paired Dialog. It does not handle in-dialog INVITEs (e.g. re-INVITEs) or UPDATE requests, however, as these usually require application-specific processing.

The signature is: forwardInDialogRequests(dlg, requestTypes), e.g.:

const {forwardInDialogRequests} = require('drachtio-fn-b2b-sugar');
const {uas, uac} = await srf.createB2BUA(..);
forwardInDialogRequests(uas, ['info', 'options', 'notify']);

The list of request types to forward is optional; if not specified all request types (except, as per above, INVITEs and UPDATEs) will for forwarded:

forwardInDialogRequests(uas); // forwards all requests (except INVITE and UPDATE)

Note that although you only provide one of the paired dialogs as an argument, in-dialog requests are forwarded in both directions (e.g. though you may specify 'uas', requests received on 'uac' are also forwarded to the uas).

Also note that you can still attach your own event listeners to the in-dialog requests (just don't try to forward the requests in your event handler, since that will already be taken care of).

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