SipCoreApiDocumentation

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= SIP Core API =
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[[TOC(SipMiddlewareApi, SipConfigurationAPI, SipCoreApiDocumentation, depth=3)]]
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== Introduction ==
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This chapter describes the internal architecture and API of the SIP core of the {{{sipsimple}}} library.
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{{{sipsimple}}} is a Python package, the core of which wraps the PJSIP C library, which handles SIP signaling and audio media for the SIP SIMPLE client.
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SIP stands for 'Sessions Initiation Protocol', an IETF standard described by [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3261 RFC 3261]. SIP is an application-layer control protocol that can establish,
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modify and terminate multimedia sessions such as Internet telephony calls
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(VoIP). Media can be added to (and removed from) an existing session.
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SIP transparently supports name mapping and redirection services, which
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supports personal mobility, users can maintain a single externally visible
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address identifier, which can be in the form of a standard email address or
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E.164 telephone number regardless of their physical network location.
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SIP allows the endpoints to negotiate and combine any type of session they
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mutually understand like video, instant messaging (IM), file transfer,
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desktop sharing and provides a generic event notification system with
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real-time publications and subscriptions about state changes that can be
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used for asynchronous services like presence, message waiting indicator and
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busy line appearance.
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For a comprehensive overview of SIP related protocols and use cases visit http://www.tech-invite.com
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== PJSIP library ==
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{{{sipsimple}}} builds on PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org], a set of static libraries, written in C, which provide SIP signaling and media capabilities.
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PJSIP is considered to be the most mature and advanced open source SIP stack available.
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The following diagram, taken from the PJSIP documentation, illustrates the library stack of PJSIP:
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[[Image(http://www.pjsip.org/images/diagram.jpg, nolink)]]
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The diagram shows that there is a common base library, and two more or less independent stacks of libraries, one for SIP signaling and one for SIP media.
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The latter also includes an abstraction layer for the sound-card.
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Both of these stracks are integrated in the high level library, called PJSUA.
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PJSIP itself provides a high-level [http://www.pjsip.org/python/pjsua.htm Python wrapper for PJSUA].
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Despite this, the choice was made to bypass PJSUA and write the SIP core of the {{{sipsimple}}} package as a Python wrapper, which directly uses the PJSIP and PJMEDIA libraries.
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The main reasons for this are the following:
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 * PJSUA assumes a session with exactly one audio stream, whilst for the SIP SIMPLE client more advanced (i.e. low-level) manipulation of the SDP is needed.
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 * What is advertised as SIMPLE functionality, it is minimal and incomplete subset of it. Only page mode messaging using SIP MESSAGE method and basic device status presence are possible, while session mode IM and rich presence are desired.
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 * PJSUA integrates the decoding and encoding of payloads (e.g. presence related XML documents), while in the SIP SIMPLE client this should be done at a high level, not by the SIP stack.
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PJSIP itself is by nature asynchronous.
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In the case of PJSIP it means that in general there will be one thread which handles reception and transmission of SIP signaling messages by means of a polling function which is continually called by the application.
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Whenever the application performs some action through a function, this function will return immediately.
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If PJSIP has a result for this action, it will notify the application by means of a callback function in the context of the polling function thread.
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> NOTE: Currently the core starts the media handling as a separate C thread to avoid lag caused by the GIL.
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> The sound-card also has its own C thread.
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== Architecture ==
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The {{{sipsimple}}} core wrapper itself is mostly written using [http://cython.org/ Cython] (formerly [http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/greg.ewing/python/Pyrex/ Pyrex]).
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It allows a Python-like file with some added C manipulation statements to be compiled to C.
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This in turn compiles to a Python C extension module, which links with the PJSIP static libraries.
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The SIP core part of the {{{sipsimple}}} Python library resides in the {{{sipsimple.core}}} package. This package aggregates three modules, {{{sipsimple.core._core}}}, {{{sipsimple.core._engine}}} and {{{sipsimple.core._primitives}}}. The former is a Python C extension module which makes wrappers around PJSIP objects available in Python, while the latter two contain SIP core objects written in Python. All core objects should be accessed from the enclosing {{{sipsimple.core}}} module. The following list enumerates the various SIP core objects available:
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 * The {{{Engine}}} class which is a Python wrapper around the low-level {{{PJSIPUA}}} class. The latter represents the SIP endpoint and manages the initialization and destruction of all the PJSIP libraries. It is also the central management point to the SIP core. The application should not use the {{{PJSIPUA}}} class directly, but rather through the wrapping {{{Engine}}}, which is a singleton class.
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 * Utility classes used throughout the core:
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   * {{{frozenlist}}} and {{{frozendict}}}: classes which relate respectively to {{{list}}} and {{{dict}}} similarly to how the standard {{{frozenset}}} relates to {{{set}}}.
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 * Helper classes which represent a structured collection of data which is used throughout the core:
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   * {{{BaseSIPURI}}}, {{{SIPURI}}} and {{{FrozenSIPURI}}}
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   * {{{BaseCredentials}}}, {{{Credentials}}} and {{{FrozenCredentials}}}
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 * SDP manipulation classes, which directly wrap the PJSIP structures representing either the parsed or to be generated SDP:
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   * {{{BaseSDPSession}}}, {{{SDPSession}}} and {{{FrozenSDPSession}}}
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   * {{{BaseSDPMediaStream}}}, {{{SDPMediaStream}}} and {{{FrozenSDPMediaStream}}}
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   * {{{BaseSDPConnection}}}, {{{SDPConnection}}} and {{{FrozenSDPConnection}}}
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   * {{{SDPAttributeList}}} and {{{FrozenSDPAttributeList}}}
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   * {{{BaseSDPAttribute}}}, {{{SDPAttribute}}} and {{{FrozenSDPAttribute}}}
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 * Audio handling classes:
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   * {{{AudioMixer}}}
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   * {{{MixerPort}}}
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   * {{{WaveFile}}}
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   * {{{RecordingWaveFile}}}
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   * {{{ToneGenerator}}}
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 * Media transport handling classes, using the functionality built into PJMEDIA:
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   * {{{RTPTransport}}}
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   * {{{AudioTransport}}}
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 * SIP signalling related classes:
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   * {{{Request}}} and {{{IncomingRequest}}}: low-level transaction support
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   * {{{Invitation}}}: INVITE-dialog support
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   * {{{Subscription}}} and {{{IncomingSubscription}}}: SUBSCRIBE-dialog support (including NOTIFY handling within the SUBSCRIBE dialog)
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   * {{{Registration}}}: Python object based on {{{Request}}} for REGISTER support
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   * {{{Message}}}: Python object based on {{{Request}}} for MESSAGE support
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   * {{{Publication}}}: Python object based on {{{Request}}} for PUBLISH support
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 * Exceptions:
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   * {{{SIPCoreError}}}: generic error used throught the core
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   * {{{PJSIPError}}}: subclass of {{{SIPCoreError}}} which offers more information related to errors from PJSIP
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   * {{{PJSIPTLSError}}}: subclass of {{{PJSIPError}}} to distinguish between TLS-related errors and the rest
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   * {{{SIPCoreInvalidStateError}}}: subclass of {{{SIPCoreError}}} used by objects which are based on a state-machine
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Most of the objects cannot be used until the {{{Engine}}} has been started. The following diagram illustrates these classes:
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[[Image(sipsimple-core-classes.png, nolink)]]
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Most of the SIP core does not allow duck-typing due to the nature of the integration between it and PJSIP. If these checks had not been employed, any errors could have resulted in a segmentation fault and a core dump. This also explains why several objects have a '''Frozen''' counterpart: the frozen objects are simply immutable versions of their non-frozen variants which make sure that low-level data is kept consistent and cannot be modified from Python. The '''Base''' versions are just base classes for the frozen and non-frozen versions provided mostly for convinience: they cannot be instantiated.
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== Integration ==
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The core itself has one Python dependency, the [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-application application] module, which in turn depends on the [http://pypi.python.org/pypi/zope.interface zope.interface] module.
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These modules should be present on the system before the core can be used.
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An application that uses the SIP core must use the notification system provided by the {{{application}}} module in order to receive notifications from it.
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It does this by creating one or more classes that act as an observer for particular messages and registering it with the {{{NotificationCenter}}}, which is a singleton class.
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This means that any call to instance an object from this class will result in the same object.
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As an example, this bit of code will create an observer for logging messages only:
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{{{
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from zope.interface import implements
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from application.notification import NotificationCenter, IObserver
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class SIPEngineLogObserver(object):
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    implements(IObserver)
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    def handle_notification(self, notification):
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        print "%(timestamp)s (%(level)d) %(sender)14s: %(message)s" % notification.data.__dict__
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log_observer = SIPEngineLogObserver()
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notification_center = NotificationCenter()
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notification_center.add_observer(log_observer, name="SIPEngineLog")
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}}}
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Each notification object has three attributes:
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 '''sender'''::
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  The object that sent the notification.
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  For generic notifications the sender will be the {{{Engine}}} instance, otherwise the relevant object.
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 '''name'''::
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  The name describing the notification.
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  Most of the notifications in the core have the prefix "SIP".
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 '''data'''::
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  An instance of {{{application.notification.NotificationData}}} or a subclass of it.
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  The attributes of this object provide additional data about the notification.
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  Notifications described in this document will also have the data attributes described.
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Besides setting up the notification observers, the application should import the relevant objects from the {{{sipsimple.core}}} module.
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It can then instantiate the {{{Engine}}} class, which is also a singleton, and start the PJSIP worker thread by calling {{{Engine.start()}}}, optionally providing a number of initialization options.
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Most of these options can later be changed at runtime, by setting attributes of the same name on the {{{Engine}}} object.
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The application may then instantiate one of the SIP primitive classes and perform operations on it.
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When starting the {{{Engine}}} class, the application can pass a number of keyword arguments that influence the behaviour of the SIP endpoint.
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For example, the SIP network ports may be set through the {{{local_udp_port}}}, {{{local_tcp_port}}} and {{{local_tls_port}}} arguments.
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The UDP/RTP ports are described by a range of ports through {{{rtp_port_range}}}, two of which will be randomly selected for each {{{RTPTransport}}} object and effectively each audio stream.
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The methods called on the SIP primitive objects and the {{{Engine}}} object (proxied to the {{{PJSIPUA}}} instance) may be called from any thread.
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They will return immediately and any delayed result, such as results depending on network traffic, will be returned later using a notification.
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In this manner the SIP core continues the asynchronous pattern of PJSIP.
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If there is an error in processing the request, an instance of {{{SIPCoreError}}}, or its subclass {{{PJSIPError}}} will be raised.
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The former will be raised whenever an error occurs inside the core, the latter whenever an underlying PJSIP function returns an error.
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The {{{PJSIPError}}} object also contains a status attribute, which is the PJSIP errno as an integer.
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As a very basic example, one can {{{REGISTER}}} for a sip account by typing the following lines on a Python console:
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{{{
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from sipsimple.core import ContactHeader, Credentials, Engine, Registration, RouteHeader, SIPURI
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e = Engine()
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e.start()
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identity = FromHeader(SIPURI(user="alice", host="example.com"), display_name="Alice")
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cred = Credentials("alice", "mypassword")
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reg = Registration(identity, credentials=cred)
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reg.register(ContactHeader(SIPURI("127.0.0.1",port=12345)), RouteHeader(SIPURI("1.2.3.4", port=5060)))
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}}}
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Note that in this example no observer for notifications from this {{{Registration}}} object are registered, so the result of the operation cannot be seen.
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Also note that this will not keep the registration registered when it is about to expire, as it is the application's responsibility.
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See the {{{Registration}}} documentation for more details.
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Another convention that is worth mentioning at this point is that the SIP core will never perform DNS lookups.
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For the sake of flexibility, it is the responsibility of the application to do this and pass the result to SIP core objects using the {{{RouteHeader}}} object, indicating the destination IP address, port and transport the resulting SIP request should be sent to. The [wiki:SipMiddlewareApi#Lookup {{{sipsimple.lookup}}}] module of the middleware can be used to perform DNS lookups according to RFC3263.
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== Components ==
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=== Engine ===
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As explained above, this singleton class needs to be instantiated by the application using the SIP core of {{{sipsimple}}} and represents the whole SIP core stack.
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Once the {{{start()}}} method is called, it instantiates the {{{core.PJSIPUA}}} object and will proxy attribute and methods from it to the application.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''default_start_options''' (class attribute)::
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  This dictionary is a class attribute that describes the default values for the initialization options passed as keyword arguments to the {{{start()}}} method.
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  Consult this method for documentation of the contents.
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 '''is_running'''::
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  A boolean property indicating if the {{{Engine}}} is running and if it is safe to try calling any proxied methods or attributes on it.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'')::
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  This will either create the {{{Engine}}} if it is called for the first time or return the one {{{Engine}}} instance if it is called subsequently.
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 '''start'''(''self'', '''**kwargs''')::
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  Initialize all PJSIP libraries based on the keyword parameters provided and start the PJSIP worker thread.
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  If this fails an appropriate exception is raised.
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  After the {{{Engine}}} has been started successfully, it can never be started again after being stopped.
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  The keyword arguments will be discussed here.
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  Many of these values are also readable as (proxied) attributes on the Engine once the {{{start()}}} method has been called.
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  Many of them can also be set at runtime, either by modifying the attribute or by calling a particular method.
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  This will also be documented for each argument in the following list of options.
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  [[BR]]''udp_port'': (Default: {{{0}}})[[BR]]
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  The local UDP port to listen on for UDP datagrams.
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  If this is 0, a random port will be chosen.
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  If it is {{{None}}}, the UDP transport is disabled, both for incoming and outgoing traffic.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_udp_port()}}} method.
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  [[BR]]''tcp_port'': (Default: {{{0}}})[[BR]]
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  The local TCP port to listen on for new TCP connections.
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  If this is 0, a random port will be chosen.
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  If it is {{{None}}}, the TCP transport is disabled, both for incoming and outgoing traffic.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tcp_port()}}} method.
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  [[BR]]''tls_port'': (Default: {{{0}}})[[BR]]
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  The local TCP port to listen on for new TLS over TCP connections.
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  If this is 0, a random port will be chosen.
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  If it is {{{None}}}, the TLS transport is disabled, both for incoming and outgoing traffic.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation.
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  [[BR]]''tls_protocol'': (Default: "TLSv1")[[BR]] 
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  This string describes the (minimum) TLS protocol that should be used. 
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  Its values should be either {{{None}}}, "SSLv2", "SSLv23", "SSLv3" or "TLSv1". 
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  If {{{None}}} is specified, the PJSIP default will be used, which is currently "TLSv1". 
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  [[BR]]''tls_verify_server'': (Default: {{{False}}})[[BR]]
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  This boolean indicates whether PJSIP should verify the certificate of the server against the local CA list when making an outgoing TLS connection.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation.
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  [[BR]]''tls_ca_file'': (Default: {{{None}}})[[BR]]
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  This string indicates the location of the file containing the local list of CA certificates, to be used for TLS connections.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, no CA certificates will be read. 
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation. 
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  [[BR]]''tls_cert_file'': (Default: {{{None}}})[[BR]] 
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  This string indicates the location of a file containing the TLS certificate to be used for TLS connections. 
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, no certificate file will be read. 
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation. 
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  [[BR]]''tls_privkey_file'': (Default: {{{None}}})[[BR]] 
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  This string indicates the location of a file containing the TLS private key associated with the above mentioned certificated to be used for TLS connections. 
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, no private key file will be read. 
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation. 
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  [[BR]]''tls_timeout'': (Default: 1000)[[BR]] 
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  The timeout value for a TLS negotiation in milliseconds. 
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  Note that this value should be reasonably small, as a TLS negotiation blocks the whole PJSIP polling thread. 
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{set_tls_options()}}} method, as internally the TLS transport needs to be restarted for this operation.
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  [[BR]]''user_agent'': (Default: {{{"sipsimple-%version-pjsip-%pjsip_version-r%pjsip_svn_revision"}}})[[BR]]
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  This value indicates what should be set in the {{{User-Agent}}} header, which is included in each request or response sent.
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  It can be read and set directly as an attribute at runtime.
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  [[BR]]''log_level'': (Default: 5)[[BR]]
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  This integer dictates the maximum log level that may be reported to the application by PJSIP through the {{{SIPEngineLog}}} notification.
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  By default the maximum amount of logging information is reported.
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  This value can be read and set directly as an attribute at runtime.
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  [[BR]]''trace_sip'': (Default: {{{False}}})[[BR]]
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  This boolean indicates if the SIP core should send the application SIP messages as seen on the wire through the {{{SIPEngineSIPTrace}}} notification.
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  It can be read and set directly as an attribute at runtime.
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  [[BR]]''rtp_port_range'': (Default: (40000, 40100))[[BR]]
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  This tuple of two integers indicates the range to select UDP ports from when creating a new {{{RTPTransport}}} object, which is used to transport media.
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  It can be read and set directly as an attribute at runtime, but the ports of previously created {{{RTPTransport}}} objects remain unaffected.
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  [[BR]]''codecs'': (Default: {{{["speex", "G722", "PCMU", "PCMA", "iLBC", "GSM"]}}})[[BR]]
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  This list specifies the codecs to use for audio sessions and their preferred order.
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  It can be read and set directly as an attribute at runtime.
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  Note that this global option can be overridden by an argument passed to {{{AudioTransport.__init__()}}}.
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  The strings in this list is case insensitive.
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  [[BR]]''events'': (Default: <some sensible events>)[[BR]]
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  PJSIP needs a mapping between SIP SIMPLE event packages and content types.
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  This dictionary provides some default packages and their event types.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{add_event()}}} method.
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  [[BR]]''incoming_events'': (Default: {{{set()}}})[[BR]]
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  A list that specifies for which SIP SIMPLE event packages the application wishes to receive {{{IncomingSubscribe}}} objects.
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  When a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request is received containing an event name that is not in this list, a 489 "Bad event" response is internally generated.
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  When the event is in the list, an {{{IncomingSubscribe}}} object is created based on the request and passed to the application by means of a notification.
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  Note that each of the events specified here should also be a key in the {{{events}}} dictionary argument.
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  As an attribute, this value is read-only, but it can be changed at runtime using the {{{add_incoming_event()}}} and {{{remove_incoming_event()}}} methods.
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  [[BR]]''incoming_requests'': (Default: {{{set()}}})[[BR]]
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  A set of methods for which {{{IncomingRequest}}} objects are created and sent to the application if they are received.
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  Note that receiving requests using the {{{INVITE}}}, {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}, {{{ACK}}} or {{{BYE}}} methods in this way is not allowed.
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  Requests using the {{{OPTIONS}}} or {{{MESSAGE}}} method are handled internally, but may be overridden.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  Stop the PJSIP worker thread and unload all PJSIP libraries.
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  Note that after this all references to SIP core objects can no longer be used, these should be properly removed by the application itself before stopping the {{{Engine}}}.
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  Also note that, once stopped the {{{Engine}}} cannot be started again.
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  This method is automatically called when the Python interpreter exits.
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==== proxied attributes ====
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Besides all the proxied attributes described for the {{{__init__}}} method above, thse other attributes are provided once the {{{Engine}}} has been started.
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 '''input_devices'''::
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  This read-only attribute is a list of strings, representing all audio input devices on the system that can be used.
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  One of these device names can be passed as the {{{input_device}}} argument when creating a {{{AudioMixer}}} object.
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 '''output_devices'''::
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  This read-only attribute is a list of strings, representing all audio output devices on the system that can be used.
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  One of these device names can be passed as the {{{output_device}}} argument when creating a {{{AudioMixer}}} object.
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 '''sound_devices'''::
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  This read-only attribute is a list of strings, representing all audio sound devices on the system that can be used.
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 '''available_codecs'''::
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  A read-only list of codecs available in the core, regardless of the codecs configured through the {{{codecs}}} attribute.
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==== proxied methods ====
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 '''add_event'''(''self'', '''event''', '''accept_types''')::
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  Couple a certain event package to a list of content types.
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  Once added it cannot be removed or modified.
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 '''add_incoming_event'''(''self'', '''event''')::
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  Adds a SIP SIMPLE event package to the set of events for which the {{{Engine}}} should create an {{{IncomingSubscribe}}} object when a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request is received.
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  Note that this event should be known to the {{{Engine}}} by means of the {{{events}}} attribute.
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 '''remove_incoming_event'''(''self'', '''event''')::
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  Removes an event from the {{{incoming_events}}} attribute.
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  Incoming {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests with this event package will automatically be replied to with a 489 "Bad Event" response.
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 '''add_incoming_request'''(''self'', '''method''')::
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  Add a method to the set of methods for which incoming requests should be turned into {{{IncomingRequest}}} objects.
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  For the rules on which methods are allowed, see the description of the Engine attribute above.
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 '''remove_incoming_request'''(''self'', '''method''')::
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  Removes a method from the set of methods that should be received.
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 '''detect_nat_type'''(''self'', '''stun_server_address''', '''stun_server_port'''=3478, '''user_data'''=None)::
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  Will start a series of STUN requests which detect the type of NAT this host is behind.
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  The {{{stun_server_address}}} parameter indicates the IP address or hostname of the STUN server to be used and {{{stun_server_port}}} specifies the remote UDP port to use.
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  When the type of NAT is detected, this will be reported back to the application by means of a {{{SIPEngineDetectedNATType}}} notification, including the user_data object passed with this method.
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 '''set_udp_port'''(''self'', '''value''')::
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  Update the {{{local_udp_port}}} attribute to the newly specified value.
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 '''set_tcp_port'''(''self'', '''value''')::
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  Update the {{{local_tcp_port}}} attribute to the newly specified value.
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 '''set_tls_options'''(''self'', '''local_port'''={{{None}}}, '''protocol'''="TLSv1", '''verify_server'''={{{False}}}, '''ca_file'''={{{None}}}, '''cert_file'''={{{None}}}, '''privkey_file'''={{{None}}}, '''timeout'''=1000):: 
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  Calling this method will (re)start the TLS transport with the specified arguments, or stop it in the case that the '''local_port''' argument is set to {{{None}}}. 
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  The semantics of the arguments are the same as on the {{{start()}}} method. 
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==== notifications ====
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Notifications sent by the {{{Engine}}} are notifications that are related to the {{{Engine}}} itself or unrelated to any SIP primitive object.
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They are described here including the data attributes that is included with them.
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 '''SIPEngineWillStart'''::
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  This notification is sent when the {{{Engine}}} is about to start.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''SIPEngineDidStart'''::
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  This notification is sent when the {{{Engine}}} is has just been started.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''SIPEngineDidFail'''::
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  This notification is sent whenever the {{{Engine}}} has failed fatally and either cannot start or is about to stop.
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  It is not recommended to call any methods on the {{{Engine}}} at this point.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''SIPEngineWillEnd'''::
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  This notification is sent when the {{{Engine}}} is about to stop because the application called the {{{stop()}}} method.
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  Methods on the {{{Engine}}} can be called at this point, but anything that has a delayed result will probably not return any notification.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''SIPEngineDidEnd'''::
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  This notification is sent when the {{{Engine}}} was running and is now stopped, either because of failure or because the application requested it.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''SIPEngineLog'''::
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  This notification is a wrapper for PJSIP logging messages.
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  It can be used by the application to output PJSIP logging to somewhere meaningful, possibly doing filtering based on log level.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object representing the time when the log message was output by PJSIP.
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  [[BR]]''sender'':[[BR]]
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  The PJSIP module that originated this log message.
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  [[BR]]''level'':[[BR]]
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  The logging level of the message as an integer.
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  Currently this is 1 through 5, 1 being the most critical.
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  [[BR]]''message'':[[BR]]
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  The actual log message.
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 '''SIPEngineSIPTrace'''::
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  Will be sent only when the {{{do_siptrace}}} attribute of the {{{Engine}}} instance is set to {{{True}}}.
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  The notification data attributes will contain the SIP messages as they are sent and received on the wire.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''received'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if this message was sent from or received by PJSIP (i.e. the direction of the message).
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  [[BR]]''source_ip'':[[BR]]
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  The source IP address as a string.
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  [[BR]]''source_port'':[[BR]]
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  The source port of the message as an integer.
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  [[BR]]''destination_ip'':[[BR]]
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  The destination IP address as a string.
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  [[BR]]''source_port'':[[BR]]
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  The source port of the message as an integer.
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  [[BR]]''data'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the message as a string.
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> For received message the destination_ip and for sent messages the source_ip may not be reliable.
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 '''SIPEngineDetectedNATType'''::
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  This notification is sent some time after the application request the NAT type this host behind to be detected using a STUN server.
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  Note that there is no way to associate a request to do this with a notification, although every call to the {{{detect_nat_type()}}} method will generate exactly one notification.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''succeeded'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if the NAT detection succeeded.
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  [[BR]]''user_data'':[[BR]]
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  The {{{user_data}}} argument passed while calling the {{{detect_nat_type()}}} method.
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  This can be any object and could be used for matching requests to responses.
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  [[BR]]''nat_type'':[[BR]]
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  A string describing the type of NAT found.
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  This value is only present if NAT detection succeeded.
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  [[BR]]''error'':[[BR]]
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  A string indicating the error that occurred while attempting to detect the type of NAT.
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  This value only present if NAT detection did not succeed.
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 '''SIPEngineGotException'''::
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  This notification is sent whenever there is an unexpected exception within the PJSIP working thread.
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  The application should show the traceback to the user somehow.
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  An exception need not be fatal, but if it is it will be followed by a '''SIPEngineDidFail''' notification.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''traceback'':[[BR]]
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  A string containing the traceback of the exception.
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  In general this should be printed on the console.
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 '''SIPEngineGotMessage'''::
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  This notification is sent whenever the Engine receives a {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
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  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
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  The request URI of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a {{{SIPURI}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''from_header'':[[BR]]
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  The From header of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''to_header'':[[BR]]
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  The To header of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a {{{FrozenToHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''content_type'':[[BR]]
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  The Content-Type header value of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a {{{ContentType}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The headers of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a dict.
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  Each SIP header is represented in its parsed for as long as PJSIP supports it.
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  The format of the parsed value depends on the header.
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  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
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  The body of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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=== SIPURI ===
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These are helper objects for representing a SIP URI.
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This object needs to be used whenever a SIP URI should be specified to the SIP core.
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It supports comparison to other {{{SIPURI}}} objects using the == and != expressions.
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As all of its attributes are set by the {{{__init__}}} method, the individual attributes will not be documented here. The FrozenSIPURI object does not allow any of its attributes to be changed after initialization.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''host''', '''user'''={{{None}}}, '''port'''={{{None}}}, '''display'''={{{None}}}, '''secure'''={{{False}}}, '''parameters'''={{{None}}}, '''headers'''={{{None}}})::
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  Creates the SIPURI object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  {{{host}}} is the only mandatory attribute.
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  [[BR]]''host'':[[BR]]
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  The host part of the SIP URI as a string.
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  [[BR]]''user'':[[BR]]
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  The username part of the SIP URI as a string, or None if not set.
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  [[BR]]''port'':[[BR]]
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  The port part of the SIP URI as an int, or None or 0 if not set.
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  [[BR]]''display'':[[BR]]
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  The optional display name of the SIP URI as a string, or None if not set.
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  [[BR]]''secure'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating whether this is a SIP or SIPS URI, the latter being indicated by a value of {{{True}}}.
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  [[BR]]''parameters'':[[BR]]
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  The URI parameters. represented by a dictionary.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The URI headers, represented by a dictionary.
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 '''!__str!__'''(''self'')::
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  The special Python method to represent this object as a string, the output is the properly formatted SIP URI.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''sipuri'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{sipuri}}} object (which must be either a SIPURI or a FrozenSIPURI).
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 '''parse'''(''cls'', ''uri_str'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is represents the parsed version of the URI provided as a string. A SIPCoreError is raised if the string is invalid or if the Engine has not been started yet.
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 '''matches'''(''self'', ''address'')::
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  This method returns {{{True}}} or {{{False}}} depending on whether the string address contains a SIP address whose components are a subset of the components of self. For example, {{{SIPURI.parse('sip:alice@example.org:54321;transport=tls').matches('alice@example.org')}}} returns {{{True}}} while {{{SIPURI.parse('sip:alice@example.org;transport=tls').matches('sips:alice@example.org')}}} returns {{{False}}}.
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=== Credentials ===
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The {{{Credentials}}} and {{{FrozenCredentails}}} simple objects represent authentication credentials for a particular SIP account.
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These can be included whenever creating a SIP primitive object that originates SIP requests.
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The attributes of this object are the same as the arguments to the {{{__init__}}} method.
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Note that the domain name of the SIP account is not stored on this object.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''username''', '''password''')::
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  Creates the Credentials object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  Each of these attributes can be accessed and changed on the object once instanced.
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  [[BR]]''username'':[[BR]]
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  A string representing the username of the account for which these are the credentials.
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  [[BR]]''password'':[[BR]]
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  The password for this SIP account as a string.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''credentials'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{credentials}}} object (which must be either a Credentials or a FrozenCredentials).
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=== Invitation ===
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The {{{Invitation}}} class represents an {{{INVITE}}} session, which governs a complete session of media exchange between two SIP endpoints from start to finish.
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It is implemented to be agnostic to the media stream or streams negotiated, which is achieved by using the {{{SDPSession}}} class and its companion classes, which directly represents the parsed SDP.
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The {{{Invitation}}} class represents both incoming and outgoing sessions.
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The state machine contained in each {{{Invitation}}} object is based on the one used by the underlying PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org/pjsip/docs/html/group__PJSIP__INV.htm pjsip_inv_session] object.
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In order to represent re-{{{INVITE}}}s and user-requested disconnections, three more states have been added to this state machine.
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The progression through this state machine is fairly linear and is dependent on whether this is an incoming or an outgoing session.
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State changes are triggered either by incoming or by outgoing SIP requests and responses.
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The states and the transitions between them are shown in the following diagram:
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[[Image(sipsimple-core-invite-state-machine.png, nolink)]]
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The state changes of this machine are triggered by the following:
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 1. An {{{Invitation}}} object is newly created, either by the application for an outgoing session, or by the core for an incoming session.
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 2. The application requested an outgoing session by calling the {{{send_invite()}}} method and and initial {{{INVITE}}} request is sent.
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 3. A new incoming session is received by the core.
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    The application should look out for state change to this state in order to be notified of new incoming sessions.
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 4. A provisional response (1xx) is received from the remove party.
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 5. A provisional response (1xx) is sent to the remote party, after the application called the {{{respond_to_invite_provisionally()}}} method.
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 6. A positive final response (2xx) is received from the remote party.
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 7. A positive final response (2xx) is sent to the remote party, after the application called the {{{accept_invite()}}} method.
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 8. A positive final response (2xx) is sent or received, depending on the orientation of the session.
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 9. An {{{ACK}}} is sent or received, depending on the orientation of the session.
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    If the {{{ACK}}} is sent from the local to the remote party, it is initiated by PJSIP, not by a call from the application.
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 10. The local party sent a re-{{{INVITE}}} to the remote party by calling the {{{send_reinvite()}}} method.
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 11. The remote party has sent a final response to the re-{{{INVITE}}}.
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 12. The remote party has sent a re-{{{INVITE}}}.
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 13. The local party has responded to the re-{{{INVITE}}} by calling the {{{respond_to_reinvite()}}} method.
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 14. The application requests that the session ends by calling the {{{end()}}} method.
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 15. A response is received from the remote party to whichever message was sent by the local party to end the session.
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 16. A message is received from the remote party which ends the session.
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The application is notified of a state change in either state machine through the {{{SIPInvitationChangedState}}} notification, which has as data the current and previous states.
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If the event is triggered by and incoming message, extensive data about that message, such as method/code, headers and body, is also included with the notification.
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The application should compare the previous and current states and perform the appropriate action.
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An {{{Invitiation}}} object also emits the {{{SIPInvitationGotSDPUpdate}}} notification, which indicates that SDP negotiation between the two parties has been completed.
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This will occur (at least) once during the initial session negotiation steps, during re-{{{INVITE}}}s in both directions and whenever an {{{UPDATE}}} request is received.
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In the last case, the {{{Invitation}}} object will automatically include the current local SDP in the response.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''state'''::
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  The state the {{{Invitation}}} state machine is currently in.
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  See the diagram above for possible states.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''sub_state'''::
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  The sub-state the {{{Invitation}}} state machine is currently in.
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  See the diagram above for possible states.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''directing'''::
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  A string with the values {{{"incoming"}}} or {{{"outgoing"}}} depending on the direction of the original INVITE request.
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 '''credentials'''::
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  The SIP credentials needed to authenticate at the SIP proxy in the form of a {{{FrozenCredentials}}} object.
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  If this {{{Invitation}}} object represents an incoming {{{INVITE}}} session this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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  On an outgoing session this attribute will be {{{None}}} if it was not specified when the object was created.
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  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''from_header'''::
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  The From header of the caller represented by a {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} object.
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  If this is an outgoing {{{INVITE}}} session, this is the from_header from the {{{send_invite()}}} method.
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  Otherwise the URI is taken from the {{{From:}}} header of the initial {{{INVITE}}}.
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  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''to_header'''::
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  The To header of the callee represented by a {{{FrozenToHeader}}} object.
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  If this is an outgoing {{{INVITE}}} session, this is the to_header from the {{{send_invite()}}} method.
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  Otherwise the URI is taken from the {{{To:}}} header of the initial {{{INVITE}}}.
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  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''local_identity'''::
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  The From or To header representing the local identity used in this session.
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  If the original {{{INVITE}}} was incoming, this is the same as {{{to_header}}}, otherwise it will be the same as {{{from_header}}}.
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 '''remote_identity'''::
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  The From or To header representing the remote party in this session.
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  If the original {{{INVITE}}} was incoming, this is the same as {{{from_header}}}, otherwise it will be the same as {{{to_header}}}.
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 '''route_header'''::
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  The outbound proxy that was requested to be used in the form of a {{{FrozenRouteHeader}}} object, including the desired transport.
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  If this {{{Invitation}}} object represents an incoming {{{INVITE}}} session this attribute will always be {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''call_id'''::
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  The call ID of the {{{INVITE}}} session as a read-only string.
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  In the {{{NULL}}} and {{{DISCONNECTED}}} states, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
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 '''transport'''::
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  A string indicating the transport used for the application.
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  This can be "udp", "tcp" or "tls".
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 '''local_contact_header'''::
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  The Contact header that the local side provided to the remote side within this {{{INVITE}}} session as a {{{FrozenContactHeader}}} object.
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  Note that this can either be set on object creation or updated using the {{{send_reinvite()}}} method.
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 '''call_id'''::
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  A string representing the Call-Id header value of this INVITE dialog.
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 '''remote_user_agent'''::
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  A string representing the remote user agent taken from the User-Agent or Server headers (depending on the direction of the original INVITE).
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 '''sdp.proposed_local'''::
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  The currently proposed sdp by the local party in the form of a {{{FrozenSDPSession}}} object. This attribute is None when an SDP proposal is not in progress.
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 '''sdp.proposed_remote'''::
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  The currently proposed sdp by the remote party in the form of a {{{FrozenSDPSession}}} object. This attribute is None when an SDP proposal is not in progress.
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 '''sdp.active_local'''::
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  The currently active sdp of the local party in the form of a {{{FrozenSDPSession}}} object. This attribute is None if no SDP proposal has succeeded before.
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 '''sdp.active_remote'''::
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  The currently active sdp of the remote party in the form of a {{{FrozenSDPSession}}} object. This attribute is None if no SDP proposal has succeeded before.
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 '''peer_address'''::
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  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'')::
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  Creates a new {{{Invitation}}} object.
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 '''send_invite'''(''self'', '''request_uri''','''from_header''', '''to_header''', '''route_header''', '''contact_header''', '''sdp''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''extra_headers'''={{{[]}}}, '''timeout'''=None)::
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  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
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  Request URI to be set inthe outgoing INVITE request.
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  [[BR]]''from_header'':[[BR]]
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  The identity of the local account in the form of a {{{FromHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''to_header'':[[BR]]
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  The identity we want to send the {{{INVITE}}} to, represented as a {{{ToHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
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  The outbound proxy to use in the form of a {{{RouteHeader}}} object.
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  This includes the desired transport to use.
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  [[BR]]''contact_header'':[[BR]]
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  The Contact header to include in the {{{INVITE}}} request, a {{{ContactHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The SDP to send as offer to the remote party.
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  [[BR]]''credentials'':[[BR]]
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  The optional SIP credentials needed to authenticate at the SIP proxy in the form of a {{{Credentials}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
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  Any extra headers that should be included in the {{{INVITE}}} request in the form of a list of header objects.
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  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
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  How many seconds to wait for the remote party to reply before changing the state to {{{DISCONNECTED}}} and internally replying with a 408, as an int or a float.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, the default PJSIP timeout will be used, which appears to be slightly longer than 30 seconds.
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 '''send_response'''(''self'', '''code''', '''reason''', '''contact_header''', '''sdp''', '''extra_headers''')::
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  Send a response to a INVITE request. 
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The code of the response to use as an int.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason of the response as a str.
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  [[BR]]''contact_header'':[[BR]]
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  The Contact header to include in the response, a {{{ContactHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The SDP to send as offer/response to the remote party.
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  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
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  Any extra headers that should be included in the response in the form of a list of header objects.
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 '''send_reinvite'''(''self'', '''contact_header'''={{{None}}}, '''sdp'''={{{None}}}, '''extra_header'''={{{[]}}})::
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  [[BR]]''contact_header'':[[BR]]
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  The Contact header if it needs to be changed by the re-INVITE or None if it shouldn't be changed; a {{{BaseContactHeader}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The SDP to send as offer to the remote party or None if the re-INVITE should not change the SDP; a {{{BaseSDPSession}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
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  Any extra headers that should be included in the response in the form of a list of header objects.
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 '''cancel_reinvite'''(''self'')::
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  Send a CANCEL after a re-INVITE has been sent to cancel the action of the re-INVITE.
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 '''end'''(''self'', '''extra_headers'''={{{[]}}}, '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
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  This moves the {{{INVITE}}} state machine into the {{{DISCONNECTING}}} state by sending the necessary SIP request.
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  When a response from the remote party is received, the state machine will go into the {{{DISCONNECTED}}} state.
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  Depending on the current state, this could be a CANCEL or a BYE request.
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  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
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  Any extra headers that should be included in the request or response in the form of a dict.
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  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
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  How many seconds to wait for the remote party to reply before changing the state to {{{DISCONNECTED}}}, as an int or a float.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, the default PJSIP timeout will be used, which currently appears to be 3.5 seconds for an established session.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''SIPInvitationChangedState'''::
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  This notification is sent by an {{{Invitation}}} object whenever its state machine changes state.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''prev_state'':[[BR]]
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  The previous state of the INVITE state machine.
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  [[BR]]''prev_sub_state'':[[BR]]
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  THe previous sub-state of the INVITE state machine.
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  [[BR]]''state'':[[BR]]
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  The new state of the INVITE state machine, which may be the same as the previous state.
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  [[BR]]''sub_state'':[[BR]]
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  The new sub-state of teh INVITE state machine, which may be the same as the previous sub-state.
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  [[BR]]''method'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP request)[[BR]]
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  The method of the SIP request as a string.
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  [[BR]]''request_uri'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP request)[[BR]]
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  The request URI of the SIP request as a {{{SIPURI}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''code'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP response or internal timeout or error)[[BR]]
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  The code of the SIP response or error as an int.
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  [[BR]]''reason'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP response or internal timeout or error)[[BR]]
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  The reason text of the SIP response or error as a string.
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  [[BR]]''headers'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP request or response)[[BR]]
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  The headers of the SIP request or response as a dict.
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  Each SIP header is represented in its parsed for as long as PJSIP supports it.
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  The format of the parsed value depends on the header.
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  [[BR]]''body'': (only if the state change got triggered by an incoming SIP request or response)[[BR]]
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  The body of the SIP request or response as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
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  The content type of the body can be learned from the {{{Content-Type:}}} header in the headers argument.
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 '''SIPInvitationGotSDPUpdate'''::
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  This notification is sent by an {{{Invitation}}} object whenever SDP negotiation has been performed.
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  It should be used by the application as an indication to start, change or stop any associated media streams.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''succeeded'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if the SDP negotiation has succeeded.
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  [[BR]]''error'': (only if SDP negotiation did not succeed)[[BR]]
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  A string indicating why SDP negotiation failed.
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  [[BR]]''local_sdp'': (only if SDP negotiation succeeded)[[BR]]
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  A SDPSession object indicating the local SDP that was negotiated.
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  [[BR]]''remote_sdp'': (only if SDP negotiation succeeded)[[BR]]
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  A SDPSession object indicating the remote SDP that was negotiated.
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=== SDPSession ===
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SDP stands for Session Description Protocol. Session Description Protocol (SDP) is a format for describing streaming media initialization parameters in an ASCII string. SDP is intended for describing multimedia communication sessions for the purposes of session announcement, session invitation, and other forms of multimedia session initiation. It is an IETF standard described by [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4566 RFC 4566]. [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3264 RFC 3264] defines an Offer/Answer Model with the Session Description Protocol (SDP), a mechanism by which two entities can make use of the Session Description Protocol (SDP) to arrive at a common view of a multimedia session between them. 
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{{{SDPSession}}} and {{{FrozenSDPSession}}} objects directly represent the contents of a SDP body, as carried e.g. in an INVITE request, and is a simple wrapper for the PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/structpjmedia__sdp__session.htm pjmedia_sdp_session] structure.
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They can be passed to those methods of an {{{Invitation}}} object that result in transmission of a message that includes SDP, or are passed to the application through a notification that is triggered by reception of a message that includes SDP.
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A {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} object may contain {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}}, {{{(Frozen)SDPConnection}}} and {{{(Frozen)SDPAttribute}}} objects.
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It supports comparison to other {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} objects using the == and != expressions.
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As all the attributes of the {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} class are set by attributes of the {{{__init__}}} method, they will be documented along with that method.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''address''', '''id'''={{{None}}}, '''version'''={{{None}}}, '''user='''"-", net_type="IN", '''address_type'''="IP4", '''name'''=" ", '''info'''={{{None}}}, '''connection'''={{{None}}}, '''start_time'''=0, '''stop_time'''=0, '''attributes'''={{{None}}}, '''media'''={{{None}}})::
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  Creates the SDPSession object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  Each of these attributes can be accessed and changed on the object once instanced.
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  [[BR]]''address'':[[BR]]
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  The address that is contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as a string.
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  [[BR]]''id'':[[BR]]
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  The session identifier contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as an int.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}} on init, a session identifier will be generated.
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  [[BR]]''version'':[[BR]]
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  The version identifier contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as an int.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}} on init, a version identifier will be generated.
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  [[BR]]''user'':[[BR]]
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  The user name contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as a string.
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  [[BR]]''net_type'':[[BR]]
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  The network type contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as a string.
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  [[BR]]''address_type'':[[BR]]
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  The address type contained in the "o" (origin) line of the SDP as a string.
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  [[BR]]''name'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the "s" (session name) line of the SDP as a string.
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  [[BR]]''info'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the session level "i" (information) line of the SDP as a string.
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  If this is {{{None}}} or an empty string, the SDP has no "i" line.
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  [[BR]]''connection'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the "c" (connection) line of the SDP as a {{{(Frozen)SDPConnection}}} object.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, the SDP has no session level "c" line.
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  [[BR]]''start_time'':[[BR]]
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  The first value of the "t" (time) line of the SDP as an int.
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  [[BR]]''stop_time'':[[BR]]
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  The second value of the "t" (time) line of the SDP as an int.
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  [[BR]]''attributes'':[[BR]]
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  The session level "a" lines (attributes) in the SDP represented by a list of {{{(Frozen)SDPAttribute}}} objects.
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  [[BR]]''media'':[[BR]]
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  The media sections of the SDP represented by a list of {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}} objects.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''sdp_session'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{sdp_session}}} object (which must be either a SDPSession or a FrozenSDPSession).
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==== attributes ====
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 '''has_ice_proposal'''::
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  This read-only attribute returns {{{True}}} if the SDP contains any attributes which indicate the existence of an ice proposal and {{{False}}} otherwise.
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=== SDPMediaStream ===
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The {{{SDPMediaStream}}} and {{{FrozenSDPMediaStream}}} objects represent the contents of a media section of a SDP body, i.e. a "m" line and everything under it until the next "m" line.
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It is a simple wrapper for the PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/structpjmedia__sdp__media.htm pjmedia_sdp_media] structure.
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One or more {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}} objects are usually contained in a {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} object.
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It supports comparison to other {{{(Frozen)SDPMedia}}} objects using the == and != expressions.
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As all the attributes of this class are set by attributes of the {{{__init__}}} method, they will be documented along with that method.
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''media''', '''port''', '''transport''', '''port_count'''=1, '''formats'''={{{None}}}, '''info'''={{{None}}}, '''connection'''={{{None}}}, '''attributes'''={{{None}}})::
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  Creates the SDPMedia object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  Each of these attributes can be accessed and changed on the object once instanced.
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  [[BR]]''media'':[[BR]]
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  The media type contained in the "m" (media) line as a string.
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  [[BR]]''port'':[[BR]]
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  The transport port contained in the "m" (media) line as an int.
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  [[BR]]''transport'':[[BR]]
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  The transport protocol in the "m" (media) line as a string.
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  [[BR]]''port_count'':[[BR]]
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  The port count in the "m" (media) line as an int.
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  If this is set to 1, it is not included in the SDP.
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  [[BR]]''formats'':[[BR]]
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  The media formats in the "m" (media) line represented by a list of strings.
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  [[BR]]''info'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the "i" (information) line of this media section as a string.
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  If this is {{{None}}} or an empty string, the media section has no "i" line.
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  [[BR]]''connection'':[[BR]]
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  The contents of the "c" (connection) line that is somewhere below the "m" line of this section as a {{{(Frozen)SDPConnection}}} object.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}}, this media section has no "c" line.
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  [[BR]]''attributes'':[[BR]]
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  The "a" lines (attributes) that are somewhere below the "m" line of this section represented by a list of {{{(Frozen)SDPAttribute}}} objects.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''sdp_media'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{sdp_media}}} object (which must be either a SDPMediaStream or a FrozenSDPMediaStream).
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==== attributes ====
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 '''direction'''::
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  This is a convenience read-only attribute that goes through all the attributes of the media section and returns the direction, which is either "sendrecv", "sendonly", "recvonly" or "inactive".
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  If none of these attributes is present, the default direction is "sendrecv".
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=== SDPConnection ===
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The {{{SDPConnection}}} and {{{FrozenSDPConnection}}} objects represents the contents of a "c" (connection) line of a SDP body, either at the session level or for an individual media stream.
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It is a simple wrapper for the PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/structpjmedia__sdp__conn.htm pjmedia_sdp_conn] structure.
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A {{{(Frozen)SDPConnection}}} object can be contained in a {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} object or {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}} object.
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It supports comparison to other {{{(Frozen)SDPConnection}}} objects using the == and != expressions.
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As all the attributes of this class are set by attributes of the {{{__init__}}} method, they will be documented along with that method.
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''address''', '''net_type'''="IN", '''address_type'''="IP4")::
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  Creates the SDPConnection object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  Each of these attributes can be accessed and changed on the object once instanced.
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  [[BR]]''address'':[[BR]]
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  The address part of the connection line as a string.
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  [[BR]]''net_type'':[[BR]]
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  The network type part of the connection line as a string.
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  [[BR]]''address_type'':[[BR]]
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  The address type part of the connection line as a string.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''sdp_connection'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{sdp_connection}}} object (which must be either a SDPConnection or a FrozenSDPConnection).
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=== SDPAttributeList ===
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{{{SDPAttributeList}}} and {{{FrozenSDPAttributeList}}} are subclasses of {{{list}}} and {{{frozenlist}}} respectively and are used as the types of the {{{attributes}}} attributes of {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} and {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}}. They provide convinience methods for accessing SDP attributes. Apart from the standard {{{list}}} and {{{frozenlist}}} methods, they also provide the following:
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 '''!__contains!__'''(''self'', ''item'')::
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  If ''item'' is an instance of BaseSDPAttribute, the normal {{{(frozen)list}}} method is called. Otherwise, the method returns whether or not ''item'' is in the list of the names of the attributes. This allows tests such as the following to be possible:
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  {{{
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  'ice-pwd' in sdp_session.attributes
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  }}}
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 '''getall'''(''self'', ''name'')::
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  Returns all the values of the attributes with the given name in a list.
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 '''getfirst'''(''self'', ''name'', ''default''={{{None}}})::
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  Return the first value of the attribute with the given name, or ''default'' is no such attribute exists.
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=== SDPAttribute ===
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The {{{SDPAttribute}}} and {{{FrozenSDPAttribute}}} objects represent the contents of a "a" (attribute) line of a SDP body, either at the session level or for an individual media stream.
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It is a simple wrapper for the PJSIP [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/structpjmedia__sdp__attr.htm pjmedia_sdp_attr] structure.
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One or more {{{(Frozen)SDPAttribute}}} objects can be contained in a {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} object or {{{(Frozen)SDPMediaStream}}} object.
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It supports comparison to other {{{(Frozen)SDPAttribute}}} objects using the == and != expressions.
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As all the attributes of this class are set by attributes of the {{{__init__}}} method, they will be documented along with that method.
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''name''', '''value''')::
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  Creates the SDPAttribute object with the specified parameters as attributes.
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  Each of these attributes can be accessed and changed on the object once instanced.
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  [[BR]]''name'':[[BR]]
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  The name part of the attribute line as a string.
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  [[BR]]''value'':[[BR]]
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  The value part of the attribute line as a string.
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 '''new'''(''cls'', ''sdp_attribute'')::
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  Classmethod that returns an instance of the class on which it has been called which is a copy of the {{{sdp_attribute}}} object (which must be either a SDPAttribute or a FrozenSDPAttribute).
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=== RTPTransport ===
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This object represents a transport for RTP media, the basis of which is a pair of UDP sockets, one for RTP and one for RTCP.
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Internally it wraps a [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/group__PJMEDIA__TRANSPORT.htm pjmedia_transport] object.
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Initially this object will only be used by the {{{AudioTransport}}} object, but in the future it can also be used for video and [wiki:RTTProposal Real-Time Text].
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For this reason the {{{AudioTransport}}} and {{{RTPTransport}}} are two distinct objects.
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The {{{RTPTransport}}} object also allows support for ICE and SRTP functionality from PJSIP.
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Because these features are related to both the UDP transport and the SDP formatting, the SDP carried in SIP signaling message will need to "pass through" this object during the SDP negotiation.
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The code using this object, which in most cases will be the {{{AudioTransport}}} object, will need to call certain methods on the object at appropriate times.
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This process of SDP negotiation is represented by the internal state machine of the object, as shown in the following diagram:
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> The Real-time Transport Protocol (or RTP) defines a standardized packet format for delivering audio and video over the Internet.
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> It was developed by the Audio-Video Transport Working Group of the IETF and published in [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3550 RFC 3550].
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> RTP is used in streaming media systems (together with the RTSP) as well as in videoconferencing and push to talk systems.
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> For these it carries media streams controlled by Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) signaling protocols, making it the technical foundation of the Voice over IP industry.
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[[Image(sipsimple-rtp-transport-state-machine.png, nolink)]]
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State changes are triggered by the following events:
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 1. The application calls the {{{set_INIT()}}} method after object creation and ICE+STUN is not used.
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 2. The application calls the {{{set_INIT()}}} method after object creation and ICE+STUN is used.
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 3. A successful STUN response is received from the STUN server.
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 4. The {{{set_LOCAL()}}} method is called.
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 5. The {{{set_ESTABLISHED()}}} method is called.
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 6. The {{{set_INIT()}}} method is called while the object is in the {{{LOCAL}}} or {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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 7. A method is called on the application, but in the meantime the {{{Engine}}} has stopped.
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    The object can no longer be used.
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 8. There was an error in getting the STUN candidates from the STUN server.
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> It would make sense to be able to use the object even if the STUN request fails (and have ICE not include a STUN candidate), but for some reason the pjmedia_transport is unusable once STUN negotiation has failed.
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> This means that the RTPTransport object is also unusable once it has reached the STUN_FAILED state.
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> A workaround would be destroy the RTPTransport object and create a new one that uses ICE without STUN.
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These states allow for two SDP negotiation scenarios to occur, represented by two paths that can be followed through the state machine.
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In this example we will assume that ICE with STUN is not used, as it is independent of the SDP negotiation procedure.
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 * The first scenario is where the local party generates the SDP offer.
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   For a stream that it wishes to include in this SDP offer, it instantiates a {{{RTPTransport}}} object.
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   After instantiation the object is initialized by calling the {{{set_INIT()}}} method and the local RTP address and port can be fetched from it using the {{{local_rtp_address}}} and {{{local_rtp_port}}} attributes respectively, which can be used to generate the local SDP in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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   This local SDP then needs to be passed to the {{{set_LOCAL()}}} method, which moves the state machine into the {{{LOCAL}}} state (note that it needs the full object, not just the relevant {{{SDPMediaStream}}} object).
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   Depending on the options used for the {{{RTPTransport}}} instantiation (such as ICE and SRTP), this may change the {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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   This (possibly changed) {{{SDPSession}}} object then needs to be passed to the {{{Invitation}}} object.
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   After SDP negotiation is completed, the application needs to pass both the local and remote SDP, in the form of {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} objects, to the {{{RTPTransport}}} object using the {{{set_ESTABLISHED()}}} method, moving the state machine into the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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   This will not change either of the {{{(Frozen)SDPSession}}} objects (which is why they can also be frozen).
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 * The second scenario is where the local party is offered a media stream in SDP and wants to accept it.
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   In this case a {{{RTPTransport}}} is also instantiated and initialized using the {{{set_INIT()}}} method, and the application can generate the local SDP in response to the remote SDP, using the {{{local_rtp_address}}} and {{{local_rtp_port}}} attributes.
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   Directly after this it should pass the generated local SDP and received remote SDP, in the form of {{{SDPSession}}} objects, to the {{{set_ESTABLISHED()}}} method.
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   In this case the local SDP object may be changed, after which it can be passed to the {{{Invitation}}} object.
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Whenever the {{{RTPTransport}}} object is in the {{{LOCAL}}} or {{{ESTABLISHED}}} states, it may be reset to the {{{INIT}}} state to facilitate re-use of the existing transport and its features.
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Before doing this however, the internal transport object must no longer be in use.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''local_rtp_address'''={{{None}}}, '''use_srtp'''={{{False}}}, '''srtp_forced'''={{{False}}}, '''use_ice'''={{{False}}}, '''ice_stun_address'''={{{None}}}, '''ice_stun_port'''=3478)::
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  Creates a new {{{RTPTransport}}} object and opens the RTP and RTCP UDP sockets.
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  If additional features are requested, they will be initialized.
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  After object instantiation, it is either in the {{{INIT}}} or the {{{WAIT_STUN}}} state, depending on the values of the {{{use_ice}}} and {{{ice_stun_address}}} arguments.
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  [[BR]]''local_rtp_address'':[[BR]]
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  Optionally contains the local IPv4 address to listen on.
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  If this is not specified, PJSIP will listen on all network interfaces.
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  [[BR]]''use_srtp'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if SRTP should be used.
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  If this is set to {{{True}}}, SRTP information will be added to the SDP when it passes this object.
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  [[BR]]''srtp_forced'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if use of SRTP is set to mandatory in the SDP.
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  If this is set to {{{True}}} and the remote party does not support SRTP, the SDP negotiation for this stream will fail.
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  This argument is relevant only if {{{use_srtp}}} is set to {{{True}}}.
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  [[BR]]''use_ice'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if ICE should be used.
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  If this is set to {{{True}}}, ICE candidates will be added to the SDP when it passes this object.
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  [[BR]]''ice_stun_address'':[[BR]]
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  A string indicating the address (IP address or hostname) of the STUN server that should be used to add a STUN candidate to the ICE candidates.
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  If this is set to {{{None}}} no STUN candidate will be added, otherwise the object will be put into the {{{WAIT_STUN}}} state until a reply, either positive or negative, is received from the specified STUN server.
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  When this happens a {{{RTPTransportGotSTUNResponse}}} notification is sent.
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  This argument is relevant only if {{{use_ice}}} is set to {{{True}}}.
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  [[BR]]''ice_stun_address'':[[BR]]
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  An int indicating the UDP port of the STUN server that should be used to add a STUN candidate to the ICE candidates.
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  This argument is relevant only if {{{use_ice}}} is set to {{{True}}} and {{{ice_stun_address}}} is not {{{None}}}.
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 '''set_INIT'''(''self'')::
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  This moves the internal state machine into the {{{INIT}}} state.
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  If the state machine is in the {{{LOCAL}}} or {{{ESTABLISHED}}} states, this effectively resets the {{{RTPTransport}}} object for re-use.
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 '''set_LOCAL'''(''self'', '''local_sdp''', '''sdp_index''')::
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  This moves the the internal state machine into the {{{LOCAL}}} state.
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  [[BR]]''local_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The local SDP to be proposed in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  Note that this object may be modified by this method.
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  [[BR]]''sdp_index'':[[BR]]
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  The index in the SDP for the media stream for which this object was created.
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 '''set_ESTABLISHED'''(''self'', '''local_sdp''', '''remote_sdp''', '''sdp_index''')::
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  This moves the the internal state machine into the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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  [[BR]]''local_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The local SDP to be proposed in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  Note that this object may be modified by this method, but only when moving from the {{{LOCAL}}} to the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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  [[BR]]''remote_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The remote SDP that was received in in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp_index'':[[BR]]
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  The index in the SDP for the media stream for which this object was created.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''state'''::
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  Indicates which state the internal state machine is in.
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  See the previous section for a list of states the state machine can be in.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''local_rtp_address'''::
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  The local IPv4 address of the interface the {{{RTPTransport}}} object is listening on and the address that should be included in the SDP.
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  If no address was specified during object instantiation, PJSIP will take guess out of the IP addresses of all interfaces.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} if PJSIP is not listening on the transport.
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 '''local_rtp_port'''::
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  The UDP port PJSIP is listening on for RTP traffic.
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  RTCP traffic will always be this port plus one.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} if PJSIP is not listening on the transport.
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 '''remote_rtp_address_sdp'''::
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  The remote IP address that was seen in the SDP.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} unless the object is in the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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 '''remote_rtp_port_sdp'''::
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  The remote UDP port for RTP that was seen in the SDP.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} unless the object is in the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state.
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 '''remote_rtp_address_ice'''::
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  The remote IP address that was selected by the ICE negotation.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} until the ICE negotation succeeds.
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 '''remote_rtp_port_ice'''::
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  The remote port that was selected by the ICE negotation.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} until the ICE negotation succeeds.
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 '''remote_rtp_address_received'''::
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  The remote IP address from which RTP data was received.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} unless RTP was actually received.
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 '''remote_rtp_port_received'''::
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  The remote UDP port from which RTP data was received.
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  This attribute is read-only and will be {{{None}}} unless RTP was actually received.
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 '''use_srtp'''::
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  A boolean indicating if the use of SRTP was requested when the object was instantiated.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''force_srtp'''::
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  A boolean indicating if SRTP being mandatory for this transport if it is enabled was requested when the object was instantiated.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''srtp_active'''::
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  A boolean indicating if SRTP encryption and decryption is running.
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  Querying this attribute only makes sense once the object is in the {{{ESTABLISHED}}} state and use of SRTP was requested.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''use_ice'''::
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  A boolean indicating if the use of ICE was requested when the object was instantiated.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''ice_active''::
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  A boolean indicating if ICE is being used.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''ice_stun_address'''::
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  A string indicating the IP address of the STUN server that was requested to be used.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''ice_stun_port'''::
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  A string indicating the UDP port of the STUN server that was requested to be used.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''local_rtp_candidate_type'''::
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  Returns the ICE candidate type which has been selected for the local endpoint.
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 '''remote_rtp_candidate_type'''::
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  Returns the ICE candidate type which has been selected for the remote endpoint.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''RTPTransportDidInitialize'''::
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  This notification is sent when a {{{RTPTransport}}} object has successfully initialized.
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  If STUN+ICE is not requested, this is sent immediately on {{{set_INIT()}}}, otherwise it is sent after the STUN query has succeeded.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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 '''RTPTransportDidFail'''::
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  This notification is sent by a {{{RTPTransport}}} object that fails to retrieve ICE candidates from the STUN server after {{{set_INIT()}}} is called.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  A string describing the failure reason.
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 '''RTPTransportICENegotiationStateDidChange'''::
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  This notification is sent to indicate the progress of the ICE negotiation.
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  [[BR]]''state'':[[BR]]
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  A string describing the current ICE negotiation state.
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 '''RTPTransportICENegotiationDidFail'''::
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  This notification is sent when the ICE negotiation fails.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  A string describing the failure reason of ICE negotation.
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 '''RTPTransportICENegotiationDidSucceed'''::
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  This notification is sent when the ICE negotation succeeds.
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  [[BR]]''chosen_local_candidates'' and ''chosen_remote_candidates'':[[BR]]
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  Dictionaries with the following keys:
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   * rtp_cand_type: the type of the RTP candidate
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   * rtp_cand_ip: the IP address of the RTP candidate
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   * rtcp_cand_type: the type of the RTCP candidate
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   * rtcp_cand_ip: the IP address of teh RTCP candidate
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  [[BR]]''duration'':[[BR]]
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  The amount of time the ICE negotiation took.
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  [[BR]]''local_candidates'' and ''remote_candidates'':[[BR]]
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  Lists of tuples with the following elements:
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   * Item ID
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   * Component ID
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   * Address
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   * Component Type
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  [[BR]]''connectivity_checks_results'':[[BR]]
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  A list of tuples with the following elements:
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   * Item ID
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   * Component ID
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   * Source
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   * Destination
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   * Nomination
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   * State
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=== AudioTransport ===
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This object represent an audio stream as it is transported over the network.
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It contains an instance of {{{RTPTransport}}} and wraps a [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/group__PJMED__STRM.htm pjmedia_stream] object, which in turn manages the RTP encapsulation, RTCP session, audio codec and adaptive jitter buffer.
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It also generates a {{{SDPMediaStream}}} object to be included in the local SDP.
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The {{{AudioTransport}}} is an object that, once started, is connected to a {{{AudioMixer}}} instance, and both produces and consumes sound.
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Like the {{{RTPTransport}}} object there are two usage scenarios.
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 * In the first scenario, only the {{{RTPTransport}}} instance to be used is passed to the AudioTransport object.
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   The application can then generate the {{{SDPMediaStream}}} object by calling the {{{get_local_media()}}} method and should include it in the SDP offer.
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   Once the remote SDP is received, it should be set along with the complete local SDP by calling the {{{start()}}} method, which will start the audio stream.
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   The stream can then be connected to the conference bridge.
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 * In the other scenario the remote SDP is already known because it was received in an SDP offer and can be passed directly on object instantiation.
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   The local {{{SDPMediaStream}}} object can again be generated by calling the {{{get_local_media()}}} method and is to be included in the SDP answer.
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   The audio stream is started directly when the object is created.
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Unlike the {{{RTPTransport}}} object, this object cannot be reused.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''mixer''', '''transport''', '''remote_sdp'''={{{None}}}, '''sdp_index'''=0, '''enable_silence_detection'''=True, '''codecs'''={{{None}}})::
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  Creates a new {{{AudioTransport}}} object and start the underlying stream if the remote SDP is already known.
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  [[BR]]''mixer'':[[BR]]
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} object that this object is to be connected to.
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  [[BR]]''transport'':[[BR]]
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  The transport to use in the form of a {{{RTPTransport}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''remote_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The remote SDP that was received in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp_index'':[[BR]]
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  The index within the SDP of the audio stream that should be created.
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  [[BR]]''enable_silence_detection''[[BR]]
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  Boolean that indicates if silence detection should be used for this audio stream.
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  When enabled, this {{{AudioTransport}}} object will stop sending audio to the remote party if the input volume is below a certain threshold.
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  [[BR]]''codecs''[[BR]]
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  A list of strings indicating the codecs that should be proposed in the SDP of this {{{AudioTransport}}}, in order of preference.
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  This overrides the global codecs list set on the {{{Engine}}}.
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  The values of this list are case insensitive.
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 '''get_local_media'''(''self'', '''is_offer''', '''direction'''="sendrecv")::
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  Generates a {{{SDPMediaStream}}} object which describes the audio stream.
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  This object should be included in a {{{SDPSession}}} object that gets passed to the {{{Invitation}}} object.
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  This method should also be used to obtain the SDP to include in re-INVITEs and replies to re-INVITEs.
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  [[BR]]''is_offer'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean indicating if the SDP requested is to be included in an offer.
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  If this is {{{False}}} it is to be included in an answer.
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  [[BR]]''direction'':[[BR]]
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  The direction attribute to put in the SDP.
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 '''start'''(''self'', '''local_sdp''', '''remote_sdp''', '''sdp_index''', '''no_media_timeout'''=10, '''media_check_interval'''=30)::
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  This method should only be called once, when the application has previously sent an SDP offer and the answer has been received.
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  [[BR]]''local_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The full local SDP that was included in the SDP negotiation in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''remote_sdp'':[[BR]]
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  The remote SDP that was received in the form of a {{{SDPSession}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''sdp_index'':[[BR]]
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  The index within the SDP of the audio stream.
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  [[BR]]''no_media_timeout'':[[BR]]
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  This argument indicates after how many seconds after starting the {{{AudioTransport}}} the {{{RTPAudioTransportDidNotGetRTP}}} notification should be sent, if no RTP has been received at all.
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  Setting this to 0 disables this an all subsequent RTP checks.
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  [[BR]]''media_check_interval'':[[BR]]
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  This indicates the interval at which the RTP stream should be checked, after it has initially received RTP at after {{{no_media_timeout}}} seconds.
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  It means that if between two of these interval checks no RTP has been received, a {{{RTPAudioTransportDidNotGetRTP}}} notification will be sent.
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  Setting this to 0 will disable checking the RTP at intervals.
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  The initial check may still be performed if its timeout is non-zero.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  This method stops and destroys the audio stream encapsulated by this object.
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  After this it can no longer be used and should be deleted, while the {{{RTPTransport}}} object used by it can be re-used for something else.
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  This method will be called automatically when the object is deleted after it was started, but this should not be relied on because of possible reference counting issues.
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 '''send_dtmf'''(''self'', '''digit''')::
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  For a negotiated audio transport this sends one DTMF digit to the other party
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  [[BR]]''digit'':[[BR]]
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  A string of length one indicating the DTMF digit to send.
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  This can be either a digit, the pound sign (#), the asterisk sign (*) or the letters A through D.
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 '''update_direction'''(''self'', '''direction''')::
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  This method should be called after SDP negotiation has completed to update the direction of the media stream.
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  [[BR]]''direction'':[[BR]]
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  The direction that has been negotiated.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''mixer'''::
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} object that was passed when the object got instantiated.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''transport'''::
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  The {{{RTPTransport}}} object that was passed when the object got instantiated.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''slot'''::
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  A read-only property indicating the slot number at which this object is attached to the associated conference bridge.
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  If the {{{AudioTransport}}} is not active (i.e. has not been started), this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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 '''volume'''::
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  A writable property indicating the % of volume at which this object contributes audio to the conference bridge.
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  By default this is set to 100.
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 '''is_active'''::
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  A boolean indicating if the object is currently sending and receiving audio.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''is_started'''::
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  A boolean indicating if the object has been started.
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  Both this attribute and the {{{is_active}}} attribute get set to {{{True}}} once the {{{start()}}} method is called, but unlike the {{{is_active}}} attribute this attribute does not get set to {{{False}}} once {{{stop()}}} is called.
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  This is to prevent the object from being re-used.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''codec'''::
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  Once the SDP negotiation is complete, this attribute indicates the audio codec that was negotiated, otherwise it will be {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''sample_rate'''::
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  Once the SDP negotiation is complete, this attribute indicates the sample rate of the audio codec that was negotiated, otherwise it will be {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''direction'''::
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  The current direction of the audio transport, which is one of "sendrecv", "sendonly", "recvonly" or "inactive".
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  This attribute is read-only, although it can be set using the {{{update_direction()}}} method.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''RTPAudioTransportGotDTMF'''::
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  This notification will be sent when an incoming DTMF digit is received from the remote party.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''digit'':[[BR]]
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  The DTMF digit that was received, in the form of a string of length one.
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  This can be either a number or letters A through D.
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 '''RTPAudioTransportDidNotGetRTP'''::
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  This notification will be sent when no RTP packets have been received from the remote party for some time.
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  See the {{{start()}}} method for a more exact description.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''got_any'':[[BR]]
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  A boolean data attribute indicating if the {{{AudioTransport}}} every saw any RTP packets from the remote party.
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  In effect, if no RTP was received after {{{no_media_timeout}}} seconds, its value will be {{{False}}}.
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=== Request ===
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The {{{sipsimple.core.Request}}} object encapsulates a single SIP request transaction from the client side, which includes sending the request, receiving the response and possibly waiting for the result of the request to expire.
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Although this class can be used by the application to construct and send an arbitrary SIP request, most applications will use the classes for primitive requests provided in the {{{sipsimple.core}}} module, which are built on top of one or several {{{Request}}} objects and deal with instances of specific SIP methods (REGISTER, MESSAGE and PUBLISH).
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The lifetime of this object is linear and is described by the following diagram:
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[[Image(sipsimple-request-lifetime.png, nolink)]]
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The bar denotes which state the object is in and at the top are the notifications which may be emitted at certain points in time.
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Directly after the object is instantiated, it will be in the {{{INIT}}} state.
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The request will be sent over the network once its {{{send()}}} method is called, moving the object into the {{{IN_PROGRESS}}} state.
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On each provisional response that is received in reply to this request, the {{{SIPRequestGotProvisionalResponse}}} notification is sent, with data describing the response.
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Note that this may not occur at all if not provisional responses are received.
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When the {{{send()}}} method has been called and it does not return an exception, the object will send either a {{{SIPRequestDidSucceed}}} or a {{{SIPRequestDidFail}}} notification.
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Both of these notifications include data on the response that triggered it.
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Note that a SIP response that requests authentication (401 or 407) will be handled internally the first time, if a {{{Credentials}}} object was supplied.
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If this is the sort of request that expires (detected by a {{{Expires}}} header in the response or a {{{expires}}} parameter in the {{{Contact}}} header of the response), and the request was successful, the object will go into the {{{EXPIRING}}} state.
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A certain amount of time before the result of the request will expire, governed by the {{{expire_warning_time}}} class attribute and the actual returned expiration time, a {{{SIPRequestWillExpire}}} notification will be sent.
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This should usually trigger whomever is using this {{{Request}}} object to construct a new {{{Request}}} for a refreshing operation.
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When the {{{Request}}} actually expires, or when the {{{EXPIRING}}} state is skipped directly after sending {{{SIPRequestDidSucceed}}} or {{{SIPRequestDidFail}}}, a {{{SIPRequestDidEnd}}} notification will be sent.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''method''', '''request_uri''', '''from_header''', '''to_header''', '''route_header''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''contact_header'''={{{None}}}, '''call_id'''={{{None}}}, '''cseq'''={{{None}}}, '''extra_headers'''={{{None}}}, '''content_type'''={{{None}}}, '''body'''={{{None}}})::
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  Creates a new {{{Request}}} object in the {{{INIT}}} state.
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  The arguments to this method are documented in the attributes section.
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 '''send'''(''self'', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
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   Compose the SIP request and send it to the destination.
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   This moves the {{{Request}}} object into the {{{IN_PROGRESS}}} state.
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  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
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  This can be either an int or a float, indicating in how many seconds the request should timeout with an internally generated 408 response.
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  This is is {{{None}}}, the internal 408 is only triggered by the internal PJSIP transaction timeout.
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  Note that, even if the timeout is specified, the PJSIP timeout is also still valid.
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 '''end'''(''self'')::
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  Terminate the transaction, whichever state it is in, sending the appropriate notifications.
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  Note that calling this method while in the {{{INIT}}} state does nothing.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''expire_warning_time''' (class attribute)::
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  The {{{SIPRequestWillExpire}}} notification will be sent halfway between the positive response and the actual expiration time, but at least this amount of seconds before.
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  The default value is 30 seconds.
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 '''state'''::
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  Indicates the state the {{{Request}}} object is in, in the form of a string.
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  Refer to the diagram above for possible states.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''method'''::
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  The method of the SIP request as a string.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''from_header'''::
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  The {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} object to put in the {{{From}}} header of the request.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''to_header'''::
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  The {{{FrozenToHeader}}} object to put in the {{{To}}} header of the request.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''request_uri'''::
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  The SIP URI to put as request URI in the request, in the form of a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''route_header'''::
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  Where to send the SIP request to, including IP, port and transport, in the form of a {{{FrozenRouteHeader}}} object.
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  This will also be included in the {{{Route}}} header of the request.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''credentials'''::
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  The credentials to be used when challenged for authentication, represented by a {{{FrozenCredentials}}} object.
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  If no credentials were supplied when the object was created this attribute is {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''contact_header'''::
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  The {{{FrozenContactHeader}}} object to put in the {{{Contact}}} header of the request.
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  If this was not specified, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
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  It is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''call_id'''::
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  The {{{Call-ID}}} to be used for this transaction as a string.
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  If no call id was specified on instantiation, this attribute contains the generated id.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''cseq'''::
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  The sequence number to use in the request as an int.
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  If no sequence number was specified on instantiation, this attribute contains the generated sequence number.
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  Note that this number may be increased by one if an authentication challenge is received and a {{{Credentials}}} object is given.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''extra_headers'''::
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  Extra headers to include in the request as a frozenlist of header objects.
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  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''content_type'''::
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  What string to put as content type in the {{{Content-Type}}} headers, if the request contains a body.
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  If no body was specified, this attribute is {{{None}}}
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  It is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''body'''::
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  The body of the request as a string.
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  If no body was specified, this attribute is {{{None}}}
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  It is set on instantiation and is read-only.
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 '''expires_in'''::
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  This read-only property indicates in how many seconds from now this {{{Request}}} will expire, if it is in the {{{EXPIRING}}} state.
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  If this is not the case, this property is 0.
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 '''peer_address'''::
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  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''SIPRequestGotProvisionalResponse'''::
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  This notification will be sent on every provisional response received in reply to the sent request.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The SIP response code of the received provisional response as an int, which will be in the 1xx range.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text string included with the SIP response code.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The headers included in the provisional response as a dict, the values of which are header objects.
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  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
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  The body of the provisional response as a string, or {{{None}}} if there was no body.
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 '''SIPRequestDidSucceed'''::
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  This notification will be sent when a positive final response was received in reply to the request.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The SIP response code of the received positive final response as an int, which will be in the 2xx range.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text string included with the SIP response code.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The headers included in the positive final response as a dict, the values of which are header objects.
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  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
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  The body of the positive final response as a string, or {{{None}}} if there was no body.
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  [[BR]]''expires'':[[BR]]
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  Indicates in how many seconds the {{{Request}}} will expire as an int.
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  If it does not expire and the {{{EXPIRING}}} state is skipped, this attribute is 0.
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 '''SIPRequestDidFail'''::
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  This notification will be sent when a negative final response is received in reply to the request or if an internal error occurs.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The SIP response code of the received negative final response as an int.
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  This could also be a response code generated by PJSIP internally, or 0 when an internal error occurs.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text string included with the SIP response code or error.
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  [[BR]]''headers'': (only if a negative final response was received)[[BR]]
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  The headers included in the negative final response as a dict, the values of which are header objects, if this is what triggered the notification.
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  [[BR]]''body'': (only if a negative final response was received)[[BR]]
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  The body of the negative final response as a string, or {{{None}}} if there was no body.
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  This attribute is absent if no response was received.
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 '''SIPRequestWillExpire'''::
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  This notification will be sent when a {{{Request}}} in the {{{EXPIRING}}} state will expire soon.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''expires'':[[BR]]
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  An int indicating in how many seconds from now the {{{Request}}} will actually expire.
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 '''SIPRequestDidEnd'''::
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  This notification will be sent when a {{{Request}}} object enters the {{{TERMINATED}}} state and can no longer be used.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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=== IncomingRequest ===
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This is a relatively simple object that can manage responding to incoming requests in a single transaction.
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For this reason it does not handle requests that create a dialog.
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To register methods for which requests should be formed into an {{{IncomingRequest}}} object, the application should set the {{{incoming_requests}}} set attribute on the {{{Engine}}}.
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Receiving {{{INVITE}}}, {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}, {{{ACK}}} and {{{BYE}}} through this object is not supported.
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The application is notified of an incoming request through the {{{SIPIncomingRequestGotRequest}}} notification.
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It can answer this request by calling the {{{answer}}} method on the sender of this notification.
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Note that if the {{{IncomingRequest}}} object gets destroyed before it is answered, a 500 response is automatically sent.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''state'''::
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  This read-only attribute indicates the state the object is in.
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  This can be {{{None}}} if the object was created by the application, essentially meaning the object is inert, {{{"incoming"}}} or {{{"answered"}}}.
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==== methods ====
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 '''answer'''(''self'', '''code''', '''reason'''={{{None}}}, '''extra_headers'''={{{None}}})::
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  Reply to the received request with a final response.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The SIP response code to send.
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  This should be 200 or higher.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text to include in the response.
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  If this is {{{None}}}, the default text for the given response code is used.
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  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
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  The extra headers to include in the response as an iterable of header objects.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''SIPIncomingRequestGotRequest'''::
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  This notification will be sent when a new {{{IncomingRequest}}} is created as result of a received request.
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  The application should listen for this notification, retain a reference to the object that sent it and answer it.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''method'':[[BR]]
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  The method of the SIP request as a string.
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  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
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  The request URI of the request as a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The headers of the request as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
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  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
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  The body of the request as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
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 '''SIPIncomingRequestSentResponse'''::
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  This notification is sent when a response to the request is sent by the object.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The code of the SIP response as an int.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text of the SIP response as an int.
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  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
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  The headers of the response as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
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  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
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  This will be {{{None}}}.
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=== Message ===
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The {{{Message}}} class is a simple wrapper for the {{{Request}}} class, with the purpose of sending {{{MESSAGE}}} requests, as described in [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3428 RFC 3428].
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It is a one-shot object that manages only one {{{Request}}} object.
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==== methods ====
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1525 99 Adrian Georgescu
1526 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''from_header''', '''to_header''', '''route_header''', '''content_type''', '''body''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''extra_headers'''={{{[]}}})::
1527 94 Luci Stanescu
  Creates a new {{{Message}}} object with the specified arguments.
1528 94 Luci Stanescu
  These arguments are documented in the attributes section for this class.
1529 99 Adrian Georgescu
1530 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''send'''(''self'', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1531 94 Luci Stanescu
  Send the {{{MESSAGE}}} request to the remote party.
1532 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
1533 94 Luci Stanescu
  This argument as the same meaning as it does for {{{Request.send()}}}.
1534 99 Adrian Georgescu
1535 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''end'''(''self'')::
1536 94 Luci Stanescu
  Stop trying to send the {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
1537 94 Luci Stanescu
  If it was not sent yet, calling this method does nothing.
1538 94 Luci Stanescu
1539 1 Adrian Georgescu
==== attributes ====
1540 1 Adrian Georgescu
1541 99 Adrian Georgescu
1542 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''from_header'''::
1543 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} to put in the {{{From}}} header of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
1544 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1545 99 Adrian Georgescu
1546 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''to_header'''::
1547 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{FrozenToHeader}}} to put in the {{{To}}} header of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
1548 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1549 99 Adrian Georgescu
1550 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''route_header'''::
1551 94 Luci Stanescu
  Where to send the {{{MESSAGE}}} request to, including IP, port and transport, in the form of a {{{FrozenRouteHeader}}} object.
1552 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This will also be included in the {{{Route}}} header of the request.
1553 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1554 99 Adrian Georgescu
1555 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''content_type'''::
1556 1 Adrian Georgescu
  What string to put as content type in the {{{Content-Type}}} headers.
1557 1 Adrian Georgescu
  It is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1558 99 Adrian Georgescu
1559 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''body'''::
1560 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The body of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request as a string.
1561 52 Ruud Klaver
  If no body was specified, this attribute is {{{None}}}
1562 52 Ruud Klaver
  It is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1563 99 Adrian Georgescu
1564 52 Ruud Klaver
 '''credentials'''::
1565 94 Luci Stanescu
  The credentials to be used when challenged for authentication, represented by a {{{FrozenCredentials}}} object.
1566 52 Ruud Klaver
  If no credentials were specified, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
1567 52 Ruud Klaver
  This attribute is set on instantiation and is read-only.
1568 99 Adrian Georgescu
1569 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''is_sent'''::
1570 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A boolean read-only property indicating if the {{{MESSAGE}}} request was sent.
1571 99 Adrian Georgescu
1572 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''in_progress'''::
1573 52 Ruud Klaver
  A boolean read-only property indicating if the object is waiting for the response from the remote party.
1574 52 Ruud Klaver
1575 109 Adrian Georgescu
 '''peer_address'''::
1576 109 Adrian Georgescu
  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
1577 109 Adrian Georgescu
1578 52 Ruud Klaver
==== notifications ====
1579 52 Ruud Klaver
1580 99 Adrian Georgescu
1581 52 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPMessageDidSucceed'''::
1582 52 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the remote party acknowledged the reception of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
1583 52 Ruud Klaver
  It has not data attributes.
1584 99 Adrian Georgescu
1585 52 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPMessageDidFail'''::
1586 52 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when transmission of the {{{MESSAGE}}} request fails for whatever reason.
1587 52 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1588 52 Ruud Klaver
  An int indicating the SIP or internal PJSIP code that was given in response to the {{{MESSAGE}}} request.
1589 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This is 0 if the failure is caused by an internal error.
1590 58 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1591 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A status string describing the failure, either taken from the SIP response or the internal error.
1592 52 Ruud Klaver
1593 52 Ruud Klaver
=== Registration ===
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1595 94 Luci Stanescu
The {{{Registration}}} class wraps a series of {{{Request}}} objects, managing the registration of a particular contact URI at a SIP registrar through the sending of {{{REGISTER}}} requests.
1596 86 Ruud Klaver
For details, see [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3261 RFC 3261].
1597 1 Adrian Georgescu
This object is designed in such a way that it will not initiate sending a refreshing {{{REGISTER}}} itself, rather it will inform the application that a registration is about to expire.
1598 1 Adrian Georgescu
The application should then perform a DNS lookup to find the relevant SIP registrar and call the {{{register()}}} method on this object.
1599 52 Ruud Klaver
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==== methods ====
1601 52 Ruud Klaver
1602 99 Adrian Georgescu
1603 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''from_header''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''duration'''=300)::
1604 52 Ruud Klaver
  Creates a new {{{Registration}}} object with the specified arguments.
1605 52 Ruud Klaver
  These arguments are documented in the attributes section for this class.
1606 99 Adrian Georgescu
1607 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''register'''(''self'', '''contact_header''', '''route_header''', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1608 52 Ruud Klaver
  Calling this method will attempt to send a new {{{REGISTER}}} request to the registrar provided, whatever state the object is in.
1609 52 Ruud Klaver
  If the object is currently busy sending a {{{REGISTER}}}, this request will be preempted for the new one.
1610 52 Ruud Klaver
  Once sent, the {{{Registration}}} object will send either a {{{SIPRegistrationDidSucceed}}} or a {{{SIPRegistrationDidFail}}} notification.
1611 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{contact_header}}} argument is mentioned in the attributes section of this class.
1612 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{route_header}}} argument specifies the IP address, port and transport of the SIP registrar in the form of a {{{RouteHeader}}} object and {{{timeout}}} has the same meaning as it does for {{{Request.send()}}}.
1613 99 Adrian Georgescu
1614 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''end'''(''self'', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1615 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Calling this method while the object is registered will attempt to send a {{{REGISTER}}} request with the {{{Expires}}} headers set to 0, effectively unregistering the contact URI at the registrar.
1616 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{RouteHeader}}} used for this will be the same as the last successfully sent {{{REGISTER}}} request.
1617 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If another {{{REGISTER}}} is currently being sent, it will be preempted.
1618 1 Adrian Georgescu
  When the unregistering {{{REGISTER}}} request is sent, a {{{SIPRegistrationWillEnd}}} notification is sent.
1619 1 Adrian Georgescu
  After this, either a {{{SIPRegistrationDidEnd}}} with the {{{expired}}} data attribute set to {{{False}}} will be sent, indicating a successful unregister, or a {{{SIPRegistrationDidNotEnd}}} notification is sent if unregistering fails for some reason.
1620 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Calling this method when the object is not registered will do nothing.
1621 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{timeout}}} argument has the same meaning as for the {{{register()}}} method.
1622 1 Adrian Georgescu
1623 94 Luci Stanescu
==== attributes ====
1624 94 Luci Stanescu
1625 99 Adrian Georgescu
1626 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''from_header''::
1627 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)FromHeader}}} the {{{Registration}}} was sent with.
1628 99 Adrian Georgescu
1629 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''credentials'''::
1630 94 Luci Stanescu
  The credentials to be used when challenged for authentication by the registrar, represented by a {{{(Frozen)Credentials}}} object. 
1631 94 Luci Stanescu
  This attribute is set at instantiation, can be {{{None}}} if it was not specified and can be updated to be used for the next {{{REGISTER}}} request.
1632 94 Luci Stanescu
  Note that, in contrast to other classes mentioned in this document, the {{{Registration}}} class does not make a copy of the {{{Credentials}}} object on instantiation, but instead retains a reference to it.
1633 99 Adrian Georgescu
1634 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''duration'''::
1635 94 Luci Stanescu
  The amount of time in seconds to request the registration for at the registrar.
1636 94 Luci Stanescu
  This attribute is set at object instantiation and can be updated for subsequent {{{REGISTER}}} requests.
1637 99 Adrian Georgescu
1638 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''is_registered'''::
1639 94 Luci Stanescu
  A boolean read-only property indicating if this object is currently registered.
1640 99 Adrian Georgescu
1641 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''contact_header'''::
1642 94 Luci Stanescu
  If the {{{Registration}}} object is registered, this attribute contains the latest contact header that was sent to the registrar as a {{{FrozenContactHeader}}} object.
1643 94 Luci Stanescu
  Otherwise, this attribute is {{{None}}}
1644 99 Adrian Georgescu
1645 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''expires_in'''::
1646 94 Luci Stanescu
  If registered, this read-only property indicates in how many seconds from now this {{{Registration}}} will expire.
1647 94 Luci Stanescu
  If this is not the case, this property is 0.
1648 94 Luci Stanescu
1649 109 Adrian Georgescu
 '''peer_address'''::
1650 109 Adrian Georgescu
  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
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1652 69 Ruud Klaver
==== notifications ====
1653 69 Ruud Klaver
1654 99 Adrian Georgescu
1655 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPRegistrationDidSucceed'''::
1656 69 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the {{{register()}}} method was called and the registration succeeded.
1657 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1658 69 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code as received from the registrar as an int.
1659 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1660 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The reason string received from the SIP registrar.
1661 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
1662 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)RouteHeader}}} object passed as an argument to the {{{register()}}} method.
1663 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''contact_header'':[[BR]]
1664 94 Luci Stanescu
  The contact header that was sent to the registrar as a {{{FrozenContactHeader}}} object.
1665 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''contact_header_list'':[[BR]]
1666 94 Luci Stanescu
  A full list of contact headers that are registered for this SIP account, including the one used for this registration.
1667 94 Luci Stanescu
  The format of this data attribute is a list of FrozenContactHeader objects.
1668 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''expires_in'':[[BR]]
1669 69 Ruud Klaver
  The number of seconds before this registration expires
1670 99 Adrian Georgescu
1671 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPRegistrationDidFail'''::
1672 69 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the {{{register()}}} method was called and the registration failed, for whatever reason.
1673 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1674 69 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code as received from the registrar as an int.
1675 69 Ruud Klaver
  This can also be a PJSIP generated response code, or 0 if the failure was because of an internal error.
1676 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1677 69 Ruud Klaver
  The reason string received from the SIP registrar or the error string.
1678 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
1679 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)RouteHeader}}} object passed as an argument to the {{{register()}}} method.
1680 99 Adrian Georgescu
1681 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPRegistrationWillExpire'''::
1682 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be sent when a registration will expire soon.
1683 69 Ruud Klaver
  It should be used as an indication to re-perform DNS lookup of the registrar and call the {{{register()}}} method.
1684 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''expires'':[[BR]]
1685 69 Ruud Klaver
  The number of seconds in which the registration will expire.
1686 99 Adrian Georgescu
1687 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPRegistrationWillEnd'''::
1688 69 Ruud Klaver
  Will be sent whenever the {{{end()}}} method was called and an unregistering {{{REGISTER}}} is sent.
1689 99 Adrian Georgescu
1690 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPRegistrationDidNotEnd'''::
1691 69 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the unregistering {{{REGISTER}}} request failed for some reason.
1692 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1693 69 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code as received from the registrar as an int.
1694 69 Ruud Klaver
  This can also be a PJSIP generated response code, or 0 if the failure was because of an internal error.
1695 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1696 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The reason string received from the SIP registrar or the error string.
1697 99 Adrian Georgescu
1698 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPRegistrationDidEnd'''::
1699 69 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when a {{{Registration}}} has become unregistered.
1700 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''expired'':[[BR]]
1701 69 Ruud Klaver
  This boolean indicates if the object is unregistered because the registration expired, in which case it will be set to {{{True}}}.
1702 69 Ruud Klaver
  If this data attribute is {{{False}}}, it means that unregistration was explicitly requested through the {{{end()}}} method.
1703 69 Ruud Klaver
1704 69 Ruud Klaver
==== example code ====
1705 69 Ruud Klaver
1706 69 Ruud Klaver
For an example on how to use this object, see the Integration section.
1707 69 Ruud Klaver
1708 69 Ruud Klaver
=== Publication ===
1709 69 Ruud Klaver
1710 69 Ruud Klaver
Publication of SIP events is an Internet standard published at [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3903 RFC 3903]. 
1711 69 Ruud Klaver
{{{PUBLISH}}} is similar to {{{REGISTER}}} in that it allows a user to create, modify, and remove state in another entity which manages this state on behalf of the user.
1712 69 Ruud Klaver
1713 69 Ruud Klaver
A {{{Publication}}} object represents publishing some content for a particular SIP account and a particular event type at the SIP presence agent through a series of {{{PUBLISH}}} request.
1714 69 Ruud Klaver
This object is similar in behaviour to the {{{Registration}}} object, as it is also based on a sequence of {{{Request}}} objects.
1715 69 Ruud Klaver
As with this other object, the {{{Publication}}} object will notify the application when a published item is about to expire and it is the applications responsibility to perform a DNS lookup and call the {{{publish()}}} method in order to send the {{{PUBLISH}}} request.
1716 69 Ruud Klaver
1717 69 Ruud Klaver
==== methods ====
1718 69 Ruud Klaver
1719 99 Adrian Georgescu
1720 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''from_header''', '''event''', '''content_type''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''duration'''=300)::
1721 69 Ruud Klaver
  Creates a new {{{Publication}}} object with the specified arguments.
1722 69 Ruud Klaver
  These arguments are documented in the attributes section for this class.
1723 99 Adrian Georgescu
1724 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''publish'''(''self'', '''body''', '''route_header''', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1725 69 Ruud Klaver
  Send an actual {{{PUBLISH}}} request to the specified presence agent.
1726 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
1727 69 Ruud Klaver
  The body to place in the {{{PUBLISH}}} request as a string.
1728 69 Ruud Klaver
  This body needs to be of the content type specified at object creation.
1729 69 Ruud Klaver
  For the initial request, a body will need to be specified.
1730 69 Ruud Klaver
  For subsequent refreshing {{{PUBLISH}}} requests, the body can be {{{None}}} to indicate that the last published body should be refreshed.
1731 69 Ruud Klaver
  If there was an ETag error with the previous refreshing {{{PUBLISH}}}, calling this method with a body of {{{None}}} will throw a {{{PublicationError}}}.
1732 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
1733 94 Luci Stanescu
  The host where the request should be sent to in the form of a {{{(Frozen)RouteHeader}}} object.
1734 69 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
1735 69 Ruud Klaver
  This can be either an int or a float, indicating in how many seconds the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request should timeout with an internally generated 408 response.
1736 69 Ruud Klaver
  This is is {{{None}}}, the internal 408 is only triggered by the internal PJSIP transaction timeout.
1737 69 Ruud Klaver
  Note that, even if the timeout is specified, the PJSIP timeout is also still valid.
1738 99 Adrian Georgescu
1739 69 Ruud Klaver
 '''end'''(''self'', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1740 1 Adrian Georgescu
  End the publication by sending a {{{PUBLISH}}} request with an {{{Expires}}} header of 0.
1741 86 Ruud Klaver
  If the object is not published, this will result in a {{{PublicationError}}} being thrown.
1742 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
1743 86 Ruud Klaver
  The meaning of this argument is the same as it is for the {{{publish()}}} method.
1744 86 Ruud Klaver
1745 94 Luci Stanescu
==== attributes ====
1746 94 Luci Stanescu
1747 99 Adrian Georgescu
1748 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''from_header''::
1749 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)FromHeader}}} the {{{Publication}}} was sent with.
1750 99 Adrian Georgescu
1751 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''event''::
1752 94 Luci Stanescu
  The name of the event this object is publishing for the specified SIP URI, as a string.
1753 99 Adrian Georgescu
1754 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''content_type''::
1755 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{Content-Type}}} of the body that will be in the {{{PUBLISH}}} requests.
1756 94 Luci Stanescu
  Typically this will remain the same throughout the publication session, but the attribute may be updated by the application if needed.
1757 94 Luci Stanescu
  Note that this attribute needs to be in the typical MIME type form, containing a "/" character.
1758 99 Adrian Georgescu
1759 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''credentials'''::
1760 94 Luci Stanescu
  The credentials to be used when challenged for authentication by the presence agent, represented by a {{{(Frozen)Credentials}}} object. 
1761 94 Luci Stanescu
  This attribute is set at instantiation, can be {{{None}}} if it was not specified and can be updated to be used for the next {{{PUBLISH}}} request.
1762 94 Luci Stanescu
  Note that, in contrast to most other classes mentioned in this document, the {{{Publication}}} class does not make a copy of the {{{(Frozen)Credentials}}} object on instantiation, but instead retains a reference to it.
1763 99 Adrian Georgescu
1764 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''duration'''::
1765 94 Luci Stanescu
  The amount of time in seconds that the publication should be valid for.
1766 94 Luci Stanescu
  This attribute is set at object instantiation and can be updated for subsequent {{{PUBLISH}}} requests.
1767 99 Adrian Georgescu
1768 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''is_published'''::
1769 94 Luci Stanescu
  A boolean read-only property indicating if this object is currently published.
1770 99 Adrian Georgescu
1771 94 Luci Stanescu
 '''expires_in'''::
1772 94 Luci Stanescu
  If published, this read-only property indicates in how many seconds from now this {{{Publication}}} will expire.
1773 94 Luci Stanescu
  If this is not the case, this property is 0.
1774 94 Luci Stanescu
1775 109 Adrian Georgescu
 '''peer_address'''::
1776 109 Adrian Georgescu
  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
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1778 86 Ruud Klaver
==== notifications ====
1779 86 Ruud Klaver
1780 99 Adrian Georgescu
1781 86 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationDidSucceed'''::
1782 86 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the {{{publish()}}} method was called and the publication succeeded.
1783 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1784 86 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code as received from the SIP presence agent as an int.
1785 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1786 86 Ruud Klaver
  The reason string received from the SIP presence agent.
1787 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
1788 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)RouteHeader}}} object passed as an argument to the {{{publish()}}} method.
1789 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''expires_in'':[[BR]]
1790 86 Ruud Klaver
  The number of seconds before this publication expires
1791 99 Adrian Georgescu
1792 86 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationDidFail'''::
1793 86 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the {{{publish()}}} method was called and the publication failed, for whatever reason.
1794 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1795 86 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code as received from the presence agent as an int.
1796 86 Ruud Klaver
  This can also be a PJSIP generated response code, or 0 if the failure was because of an internal error.
1797 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1798 86 Ruud Klaver
  The reason string received from the presence agent or the error string.
1799 94 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''route_header'':[[BR]]
1800 94 Luci Stanescu
  The {{{(Frozen)RouteHeader}}} object passed as an argument to the {{{publish()}}} method.
1801 99 Adrian Georgescu
1802 86 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationWillExpire'''::
1803 86 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when a publication will expire soon.
1804 86 Ruud Klaver
  It should be used as an indication to re-perform DNS lookup of the presence agent and call the {{{publish()}}} method.
1805 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''expires'':[[BR]]
1806 86 Ruud Klaver
  The number of seconds in which the publication will expire.
1807 99 Adrian Georgescu
1808 86 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationWillEnd'''::
1809 86 Ruud Klaver
  Will be sent whenever the {{{end()}}} method was called and an unpublishing {{{PUBLISH}}} is sent.
1810 99 Adrian Georgescu
1811 86 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationDidNotEnd'''::
1812 86 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when the unpublishing {{{PUBLISH}}} request failed for some reason.
1813 86 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1814 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The SIP response code as received from the presence agent as an int.
1815 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This can also be a PJSIP generated response code, or 0 if the failure was because of an internal error.
1816 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1817 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The reason string received from the presence agent or the error string.
1818 99 Adrian Georgescu
1819 59 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPPublicationDidEnd'''::
1820 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be sent when a {{{Publication}}} has become unpublished.
1821 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''expired'':[[BR]]
1822 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This boolean indicates if the object is unpublished because the publication expired, in which case it will be set to {{{True}}}.
1823 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If this data attribute is {{{False}}}, it means that unpublication was explicitly requested through the {{{end()}}} method.
1824 1 Adrian Georgescu
1825 59 Ruud Klaver
=== Subscription ===
1826 59 Ruud Klaver
1827 1 Adrian Georgescu
Subscription and notifications for SIP events is an Internet standard published at [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3856 RFC 3856].
1828 1 Adrian Georgescu
1829 1 Adrian Georgescu
This SIP primitive class represents a subscription to a specific event type of a particular SIP URI.
1830 1 Adrian Georgescu
This means that the application should instance this class for each combination of event and SIP URI that it wishes to subscribe to.
1831 1 Adrian Georgescu
The event type and the content types that are acceptable for it need to be registered first, either through the {{{init_options}}} attribute of {{{Engine}}} (before starting it), or by calling the {{{add_event()}}} method of the {{{Engine}}} instance.
1832 1 Adrian Georgescu
Whenever a {{{NOTIFY}}} is received, the application will receive the {{{SIPSubscriptionGotNotify}}} event.
1833 59 Ruud Klaver
1834 59 Ruud Klaver
Internally a {{{Subscription}}} object has a state machine, which reflects the state of the subscription.
1835 1 Adrian Georgescu
It is a direct mirror of the state machine of the underlying {{{pjsip_evsub}}} object, whose possible states are at least {{{NULL}}}, {{{SENT}}}, {{{ACCEPTED}}}, {{{PENDING}}}, {{{ACTIVE}}} or {{{TERMINATED}}}.
1836 1 Adrian Georgescu
The last three states are directly copied from the contents of the {{{Subscription-State}}} header of the received {{{NOTIFY}}} request.
1837 71 Adrian Georgescu
Also, the state can be an arbitrary string if the contents of the {{{Subscription-State}}} header are not one of the three above.
1838 1 Adrian Georgescu
The state of the object is presented in the {{{state}}} attribute and changes of the state are indicated by means of the {{{SIPSubscriptionChangedState}}} notification.
1839 59 Ruud Klaver
This notification is only informational, an application using this object should take actions based on the other notifications sent by this object.
1840 1 Adrian Georgescu
1841 1 Adrian Georgescu
==== methods ====
1842 1 Adrian Georgescu
1843 99 Adrian Georgescu
1844 110 Adrian Georgescu
 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''request_uri''', '''from_header''', '''to_header''', '''contact_header, '''event''', '''route_header''', '''credentials'''={{{None}}}, '''refresh'''=300)::
1845 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Creates a new {{{Subscription}}} object which will be in the {{{NULL}}} state.
1846 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The arguments for this method are documented in the attributes section above.
1847 99 Adrian Georgescu
1848 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''subscribe'''(''self'', '''extra_headers'''={{{None}}}, '''content_type'''={{{None}}}, '''body'''={{{None}}}, '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1849 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Calling this method triggers sending a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request to the presence agent.
1850 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The arguments passed will be stored and used for subsequent refreshing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests.
1851 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This method may be used both to send the initial request and to update the arguments while the subscription is ongoing.
1852 1 Adrian Georgescu
  It may not be called when the object is in the {{{TERMINATED}}} state.
1853 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''extra_headers'':[[BR]]
1854 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A dictionary of additional headers to include in the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests.
1855 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''content_type'':[[BR]]
1856 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{Content-Type}}} of the supplied {{{body}}} argument as a string.
1857 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If this argument is supplied, the {{{body}}} argument cannot be {{{None}}}.
1858 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
1859 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The optional body to include in the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a string.
1860 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If this argument is supplied, the {{{content_type}}} argument cannot be {{{None}}}.
1861 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timeout'':[[BR]]
1862 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This can be either an int or a float, indicating in how many seconds the request should timeout with an internally generated 408 response.
1863 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If this is {{{None}}}, the internal 408 is only triggered by the internal PJSIP transaction timeout.
1864 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Note that, even if the timeout is specified, the PJSIP timeout is also still valid.
1865 99 Adrian Georgescu
1866 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''end'''(''self'', '''timeout'''={{{None}}})::
1867 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This will end the subscription by sending a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request with an {{{Expires}}} value of 0.
1868 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If this object is no longer subscribed, this method will return without performing any action.
1869 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This method cannot be called when the object is in the {{{NULL}}} state.
1870 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{timeout}}} argument has the same meaning as it does for the {{{subscribe()}}} method.
1871 59 Ruud Klaver
1872 95 Luci Stanescu
==== attributes ====
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1874 99 Adrian Georgescu
1875 95 Luci Stanescu
 '''state'''::
1876 95 Luci Stanescu
  Indicates which state the internal state machine is in.
1877 95 Luci Stanescu
  See the previous section for a list of states the state machine can be in.
1878 99 Adrian Georgescu
1879 95 Luci Stanescu
 '''from_header'''::
1880 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} to be put in the {{{From}}} header of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests.
1881 95 Luci Stanescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1882 1 Adrian Georgescu
1883 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''to_header'''::
1884 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{FrozenToHeader}}} that is the target for the subscription.
1885 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1886 1 Adrian Georgescu
1887 95 Luci Stanescu
 '''contact_header'''::
1888 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{FrozenContactHeader}}} to be put in the {{{Contact}}} header of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests.
1889 99 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1890 95 Luci Stanescu
1891 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''event'''::
1892 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The event package for which the subscription is as a string.
1893 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1894 1 Adrian Georgescu
1895 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''route_header'''::
1896 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The outbound proxy to use in the form of a {{{FrozenRouteHeader}}} object.
1897 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1898 1 Adrian Georgescu
1899 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''credentials'''::
1900 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The SIP credentials needed to authenticate at the SIP proxy in the form of a {{{FrozenCredentials}}} object.
1901 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If none was specified when creating the {{{Subscription}}} object, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
1902 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1903 1 Adrian Georgescu
1904 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''refresh'''::
1905 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The refresh interval in seconds that was requested on object instantiation as an int.
1906 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is set on object instantiation and is read-only.
1907 1 Adrian Georgescu
1908 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''extra_headers'''::
1909 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This contains the {{{frozenlist}}} of extra headers that was last passed to a successful call to the {{{subscribe()}}} method.
1910 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If the argument was not provided, this attribute is an empty list.
1911 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is read-only.
1912 95 Luci Stanescu
1913 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''content_type'''::
1914 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute contains the {{{Content-Type}}} of the body that was last passed to a successful call to the {{{subscribe()}}} method.
1915 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If the argument was not provided, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
1916 95 Luci Stanescu
1917 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''body'''::
1918 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute contains the {{{body}}} string argument that was last passed to a successful call to the {{{subscribe()}}} method.
1919 99 Adrian Georgescu
  If the argument was not provided, this attribute is {{{None}}}.
1920 1 Adrian Georgescu
1921 109 Adrian Georgescu
 '''peer_address'''::
1922 109 Adrian Georgescu
  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
1923 109 Adrian Georgescu
1924 1 Adrian Georgescu
==== notifications ====
1925 1 Adrian Georgescu
1926 1 Adrian Georgescu
1927 95 Luci Stanescu
 '''SIPSubscriptionChangedState'''::
1928 95 Luci Stanescu
  This notification will be sent every time the internal state machine of a {{{Subscription}}} object changes state.
1929 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1930 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
1931 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''prev_state'':[[BR]]
1932 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The previous state that the sate machine was in.
1933 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''state'':[[BR]]
1934 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The new state the state machine moved into.
1935 1 Adrian Georgescu
1936 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPSubscriptionWillStart'''::
1937 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be emitted when the initial {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request is sent.
1938 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1939 95 Luci Stanescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
1940 1 Adrian Georgescu
1941 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPSubscriptionDidStart'''::
1942 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be sent when the initial {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} was accepted by the presence agent.
1943 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1944 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
1945 1 Adrian Georgescu
1946 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPSubscriptionGotNotify'''::
1947 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be sent when a {{{NOTIFY}}} is received that corresponds to a particular {{{Subscription}}} object.
1948 95 Luci Stanescu
  Note that this notification could be sent when a {{{NOTIFY}}} without a body is received.
1949 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
1950 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The request URI of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a {{{SIPURI}}} object.
1951 107 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''from_header'':[[BR]]
1952 107 Adrian Georgescu
  The From header of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a {{{FrozenFromHeader}}} object.
1953 107 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''to_header'':[[BR]]
1954 107 Adrian Georgescu
  The To header of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a {{{FrozenToHeader}}} object.
1955 107 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''content_type'':[[BR]]
1956 107 Adrian Georgescu
  The Content-Type header value of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a {{{ContentType}}} object.
1957 107 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''event'':[[BR]]
1958 107 Adrian Georgescu
  The Event header value of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a string object.
1959 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
1960 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The headers of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a dict.
1961 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Each SIP header is represented in its parsed for as long as PJSIP supports it.
1962 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The format of the parsed value depends on the header.
1963 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
1964 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The body of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
1965 107 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1966 107 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.  
1967 95 Luci Stanescu
1968 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPSubscriptionDidFail'''::
1969 95 Luci Stanescu
  This notification will be sent whenever there is a failure, such as a rejected initial or refreshing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}.
1970 1 Adrian Georgescu
  After this notification the {{{Subscription}}} object is in the {{{TERMINATED}}} state and can no longer be used.
1971 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1972 99 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
1973 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
1974 1 Adrian Georgescu
  An integer SIP code from the fatal response that was received from the remote party of generated by PJSIP.
1975 1 Adrian Georgescu
  If the error is internal to the SIP core, this attribute will have a value of 0.
1976 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
1977 95 Luci Stanescu
  An text string describing the failure that occurred.
1978 106 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''min_expires'':[[BR]]
1979 106 Adrian Georgescu
  An integer containing the value from the Min-Expires header. Will be None if the response doesn't contain the header.
1980 1 Adrian Georgescu
1981 59 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPSubscriptionDidEnd'''::
1982 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification will be sent when the subscription ends normally, i.e. the {{{end()}}} method was called and the remote party sent a positive response.
1983 1 Adrian Georgescu
  After this notification the {{{Subscription}}} object is in the {{{TERMINATED}}} state and can no longer be used.
1984 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
1985 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
1986 1 Adrian Georgescu
1987 1 Adrian Georgescu
=== IncomingSubscription ===
1988 1 Adrian Georgescu
1989 1 Adrian Georgescu
Subscription and notifications for SIP events is an Internet standard published at [http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3856 RFC 3856].
1990 1 Adrian Georgescu
1991 1 Adrian Georgescu
This SIP primitive class is the mirror companion to the {{{Subscription}}} class and allows the application to take on the server role in a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} session.
1992 1 Adrian Georgescu
This means that it can accept a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request and subsequent refreshing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}s and sent {{{NOTIFY}}} requests containing event state.
1993 1 Adrian Georgescu
1994 1 Adrian Georgescu
In order to be able to receive {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} requests for a particular event package, the application needs to add the name of this event package to the {{{incoming_events}}} set attribute on the {{{Engine}}}, either at startup or at a later time, using the {{{add_incoming_event()}}} method.
1995 1 Adrian Georgescu
This event needs to be known by the {{{Engine}}}, i.e. it should already be present in the {{{events}}} dictionary attribute.
1996 1 Adrian Georgescu
Once the event package name is in the {{{incoming_events}}} set attribute, any incoming {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request containing this name in the {{{Event}}} header causes the creation of a {{{IncomingSubscribe}}} object.
1997 1 Adrian Georgescu
This will be indicated to the application through a {{{SIPIncomingSubscriptionGotSubscribe}}} notification.
1998 1 Adrian Georgescu
It is then up to the application to check if the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request was valid, e.g. if it was actually directed at the correct SIP URI, and respond to it in a timely fashion.
1999 1 Adrian Georgescu
2000 1 Adrian Georgescu
The application can either reject the subscription by calling the {{{reject()}}} method or accept it through the {{{accept()}}} method, optionally first accepting it in the {{{pending}}} state by calling the {{{accept_pending()}}} method.
2001 1 Adrian Georgescu
After the {{{IncomingSubscription}}} is accepted, the application can trigger sending a {{{NOTIFY}}} request with a body reflecting the event state through the {{{push_content()}}} method.
2002 1 Adrian Georgescu
Whenever a refreshing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} is received, the latest contents to be set are sent in the resulting {{{NOTIFY}}} request.
2003 1 Adrian Georgescu
The subscription can be ended by using the {{{end()}}} method.
2004 1 Adrian Georgescu
2005 1 Adrian Georgescu
==== methods ====
2006 1 Adrian Georgescu
2007 1 Adrian Georgescu
2008 99 Adrian Georgescu
 '''!__init!__'''(''self'')::
2009 59 Ruud Klaver
  An application should never create an {{{IncomingSubscription}}} object itself.
2010 59 Ruud Klaver
  Doing this will create a useless object in the {{{None}}} state.
2011 59 Ruud Klaver
2012 59 Ruud Klaver
 '''reject'''(''self'', '''code''')::
2013 99 Adrian Georgescu
  Will reply to the initial {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} with a negative response.
2014 59 Ruud Klaver
  This method can only be called in the {{{"incoming"}}} state and sets the subscription to the {{{"terminated"}}} state.
2015 59 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
2016 59 Ruud Klaver
  The SIP response code to use.
2017 59 Ruud Klaver
  This should be a negative response, i.e. in the 3xx, 4xx, 5xx or 6xx range.
2018 99 Adrian Georgescu
2019 59 Ruud Klaver
 '''accept_pending'''(''self'')::
2020 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Accept the initial incoming {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}, but put the subscription in the {{{"pending"}}} state and reply with a 202, followed by a {{{NOTIFY}}} request indicating the state.
2021 59 Ruud Klaver
  The application can later decide to fully accept the subscription or terminate it.
2022 59 Ruud Klaver
  This method can only be called in the {{{"incoming"}}} state.
2023 59 Ruud Klaver
2024 59 Ruud Klaver
 '''accept'''(''self'', '''content_type'''={{{None}}}, '''content'''={{{None}}})::
2025 59 Ruud Klaver
  Accept the initial incoming {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} and respond to it with a 200 OK, or fully accept an {{{IncomingSubscription}}} that is in the {{{"pending"}}} state.
2026 59 Ruud Klaver
  In either case, a {{{NOTIFY}}} will be sent to update the state to "active", optionally with the content specified in the arguments.
2027 59 Ruud Klaver
  This method can only be called in the {{{"incoming"}}} or {{{"pending"}}} state.
2028 59 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''content_type'':[[BR]]
2029 59 Ruud Klaver
  The Content-Type of the content to be set supplied as a string containing a {{{"/"}}} character.
2030 59 Ruud Klaver
  Note that if this argument is set, the {{{content}}} argument should also be set.
2031 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''content'':[[BR]]
2032 84 Ruud Klaver
  The body of the {{{NOTIFY}}} to send when accepting the subscription, as a string.
2033 84 Ruud Klaver
  Note that if this argument is set, the {{{content_type}}} argument should also be set.
2034 84 Ruud Klaver
2035 84 Ruud Klaver
 '''push_content'''(''self'', '''content_type''', '''content''')::
2036 99 Adrian Georgescu
  Sets or updates the body of the {{{NOTIFY}}}s to be sent within this subscription and causes a {{{NOTIFY}}} to be sent to the subscriber.
2037 84 Ruud Klaver
  This method can only be called in the {{{"active"}}} state.
2038 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''content_type'':[[BR]]
2039 84 Ruud Klaver
  The Content-Type of the content to be set supplied as a string containing a {{{"/"}}} character.
2040 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''content'':[[BR]]
2041 84 Ruud Klaver
  The body of the {{{NOTIFY}}} as a string.
2042 84 Ruud Klaver
2043 84 Ruud Klaver
==== attributes ====
2044 84 Ruud Klaver
2045 84 Ruud Klaver
2046 84 Ruud Klaver
 '''state'''::
2047 99 Adrian Georgescu
  Indicates which state the incoming subscription session is in.
2048 84 Ruud Klaver
  This can be one of {{{None}}}, {{{"incoming"}}}, {{{"pending"}}}, {{{"active"}}} or {{{"terminated"}}}.
2049 84 Ruud Klaver
  This attribute is read-only.
2050 1 Adrian Georgescu
2051 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''event'''::
2052 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The name of the event package that this {{{IncomingSubscription}}} relates to.
2053 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is a read-only string.
2054 1 Adrian Georgescu
2055 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''content_type'''::
2056 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The {{{Content-Type}}} of the last set content in this subscription session.
2057 1 Adrian Georgescu
  Inititally this will be {{{None}}}.
2058 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This attribute is a read-only string.
2059 1 Adrian Georgescu
2060 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''content'''::
2061 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The last set content in this subscription session as a read-only string.
2062 109 Adrian Georgescu
2063 109 Adrian Georgescu
 '''peer_address'''::
2064 109 Adrian Georgescu
  This read-only attribute contains the remote endpoint IP and port information. It can be accessed by accessing this object's {{{ip}}} and {{{port}}} attributes.
2065 1 Adrian Georgescu
2066 1 Adrian Georgescu
==== notifications ====
2067 1 Adrian Georgescu
2068 1 Adrian Georgescu
2069 84 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionChangedState'''::
2070 84 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent every time the an {{{IncomingSubscription}}} object changes state.
2071 84 Ruud Klaver
  This notification is mostly indicative, an application should not let its logic depend on it.
2072 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2073 84 Ruud Klaver
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2074 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''prev_state'':[[BR]]
2075 84 Ruud Klaver
  The previous state that the subscription was in.
2076 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''state'':[[BR]]
2077 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The new state the subscription has.
2078 84 Ruud Klaver
2079 84 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionGotSubscribe'''::
2080 84 Ruud Klaver
  This notification will be sent when a new {{{IncomingSubscription}}} is created as result of an incoming {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request.
2081 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The application should listen for this notification, retain a reference to the object that sent it and either accept or reject it.
2082 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2083 84 Ruud Klaver
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2084 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''method'':[[BR]]
2085 84 Ruud Klaver
  The method of the SIP request as a string, which will be {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}.
2086 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
2087 84 Ruud Klaver
  The request URI of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
2088 99 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2089 84 Ruud Klaver
  The headers of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2090 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2091 84 Ruud Klaver
  The body of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
2092 84 Ruud Klaver
2093 99 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionGotRefreshingSubscribe'''::
2094 84 Ruud Klaver
  This notification indicates that a refreshing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request was received from the subscriber.
2095 84 Ruud Klaver
  It is purely informative, no action needs to be taken by the application as a result of it.
2096 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2097 84 Ruud Klaver
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2098 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''method'':[[BR]]
2099 84 Ruud Klaver
  The method of the SIP request as a string, which will be {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}.
2100 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
2101 84 Ruud Klaver
  The request URI of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
2102 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2103 84 Ruud Klaver
  The headers of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2104 99 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2105 84 Ruud Klaver
  The body of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
2106 84 Ruud Klaver
2107 84 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionGotUnsubscribe'''::
2108 84 Ruud Klaver
  This notification indicates that a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request with an {{{Expires}}} header of 0 was received from the subscriber, effectively requesting to unsubscribe.
2109 84 Ruud Klaver
  It is purely informative, no action needs to be taken by the application as a result of it.
2110 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2111 84 Ruud Klaver
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2112 84 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''method'':[[BR]]
2113 95 Luci Stanescu
  The method of the SIP request as a string, which will be {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}.
2114 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
2115 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The request URI of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
2116 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2117 95 Luci Stanescu
  The headers of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2118 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2119 95 Luci Stanescu
  The body of the {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request or response as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
2120 99 Adrian Georgescu
2121 95 Luci Stanescu
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionAnsweredSubscribe'''::
2122 95 Luci Stanescu
  This notification is sent whenever a response to a {{{SUBSCRIBE}}} request is sent by the object, including an unsubscribing {{{SUBSCRIBE}}}.
2123 95 Luci Stanescu
  It is purely informative, no action needs to be taken by the application as a result of it.
2124 99 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2125 95 Luci Stanescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2126 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
2127 95 Luci Stanescu
  The code of the SIP response as an int.
2128 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
2129 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The reason text of the SIP response as an int.
2130 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2131 95 Luci Stanescu
  The headers of the response as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2132 95 Luci Stanescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2133 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This will be {{{None}}}.
2134 1 Adrian Georgescu
2135 99 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionSentNotify'''::
2136 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This notification indicates that a {{{NOTIFY}}} request was sent to the subscriber.
2137 1 Adrian Georgescu
  It is purely informative, no action needs to be taken by the application as a result of it.
2138 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2139 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2140 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''method'':[[BR]]
2141 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The method of the SIP request as a string, which will be {{{NOTIFY}}}.
2142 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''request_uri'':[[BR]]
2143 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The request URI of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a {{{FrozenSIPURI}}} object.
2144 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2145 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The headers of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2146 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2147 1 Adrian Georgescu
  The body of the {{{NOTIFY}}} request or response as a string, or {{{None}}} if no body was included.
2148 1 Adrian Georgescu
2149 1 Adrian Georgescu
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionNotifyDidSucceed'''::
2150 1 Adrian Georgescu
  This indicates that a positive final response was received from the subscriber in reply to a sent {{{NOTIFY}}} request.
2151 18 Adrian Georgescu
  The notification is purely informative, no action needs to be taken by the application as a result of it.
2152 1 Adrian Georgescu
  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
2153 1 Adrian Georgescu
  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
2154 17 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
2155 17 Ruud Klaver
  The code of the SIP response as an int.
2156 17 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
2157 17 Ruud Klaver
  The reason text of the SIP response as a string.
2158 17 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''headers'':[[BR]]
2159 99 Adrian Georgescu
  The headers of the response as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
2160 17 Ruud Klaver
  [[BR]]''body'':[[BR]]
2161 17 Ruud Klaver
  This will be {{{None}}}.
2162 17 Ruud Klaver
2163 17 Ruud Klaver
 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionNotifyDidFail'''::
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  This indicates that a negative response was received from the subscriber in reply to a sent {{{NOTIFY}}} request or that the {{{NOTIFY}}} failed to send.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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  [[BR]]''code'':[[BR]]
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  The code of the SIP response as an int.
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  If this is 0, the notification was sent as a result of an internal error.
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  [[BR]]''reason'':[[BR]]
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  The reason text of the SIP response as a string or the internal error if the code attribute is 0.
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  [[BR]]''headers'': (if the notification was caused by a negative response)[[BR]]
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  The headers of the response as a dict, the values of which are the relevant header objects.
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  [[BR]]''body'': (if the notification was caused by a negative response)[[BR]]
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  This will be {{{None}}}.
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 '''SIPIncomingSubscriptionNotifyDidEnd'''::
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  This notification is sent whenever the {{{IncomingSubscription}}} object reaches the {{{"terminated"}}} state and is no longer valid.
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  After receiving this notification, the application should not longer try to use the object.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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=== AudioMixer ===
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A {{{AudioMixer}}} manages two audio devices, on for input and one for output, and is able to route audio data for a number of sources.
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It wraps a [http://www.pjsip.org/pjmedia/docs/html/group__PJMEDIA__CONF.htm PJSIP conference bridge], the concept of which is explained in the [http://trac.pjsip.org/repos/wiki/Python_SIP/Media PJSIP documentation].
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Any component in the core that either produces or consumes sound, i.e. {{{AudioTransport}}}, {{{ToneGenerator}}}, {{{WaveFile}}} and {{{RecordingWaveFile}}} objects, has a {{{ConferenceBridge}}} associated with it and a corresponding slot on that conference bridge.
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The sound devices, both input and output, together always occupy slot 0.
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It is up to the application to setup the desired routing between these components. Note that the middleware provides an abstracted API which hides the complexity of using the low-level PJSIP concepts. This is mainly provided in the [wiki:SipMiddlewareApi#Audio {{{sipsimple.audio}}}] module, but also consists of other audio-enabled objects (such as the AudioStream).
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''input_device''', '''output_device''', '''sample_rate''', '''ec_tail_length'''=200, '''slot_count'''=254)::
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  Creates a new {{{ConferenceBridge}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''input_device'':[[BR]]
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  The name of the audio input device to use as a string, or {{{None}}} if no input device is to be used.
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  A list of known input devices can be queried through the {{{Engine.input_devices}}} attribute.
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  If {{{"system_default"}}} is used, PJSIP will select the system default output device, or {{{None}}} if no audio input device is present.
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  The device that was selected can be queried afterwards through the {{{input_device}}} attribute.
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  [[BR]]''output_device'':[[BR]]
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  The name of the audio output device to use as a string, or {{{None}}} if no output device is to be used.
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  A list of known output devices can be queried through the {{{Engine.output_devices}}} attribute.
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  If {{{"system_default"}}} is used, PJSIP will select the system default output device, or {{{None}}} if no audio output device is present.
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  The device that was selected can be queried afterwards through the {{{output_device}}} attribute.
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  [[BR]]''sample_rate'':[[BR]]
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  The sample rate on which the conference bridge and sound devices should operate in Hz.
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  This must be a multiple of 50.
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  [[BR]]''ec_tail_length'':[[BR]]
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  The echo cancellation tail length in ms.
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  If this value is 0, no echo cancellation is used.
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  [[BR]]''slot_count'':[[BR]]
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  The number of slots to allocate on the conference bridge.
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  Not that this includes the slot that is occupied by the sound devices.
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 '''set_sound_devices'''(''self'', '''input_device''', '''output_device''', '''ec_tail_length''')::
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  Change the sound devices used (including echo cancellation) by the conference bridge.
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  The meaning of the parameters is that same as for {{{__init__()}}}.
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 '''connect_slots'''(''self'', '''src_slot''', '''dst_slot''')::
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  Connect two slots on the conference bridge, making audio flow from {{{src_slot}}} to {{{dst_slot}}}.
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 '''disconnect_slots'''(''self'', '''src_slot''', '''dst_slot''')::
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  Break the connection between the specified slots.
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  Note that when an audio object is stopped or destroyed, its connections on the conference bridge will automatically be removed.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''input_device'''::
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  A string specifying the audio input device that is currently being used.
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  If there is no input device, this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is read-only, but may be updated by calling the {{{set_sound_devices()}}} method.
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 '''output_device'''::
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  A string specifying the audio output device that is currently being used.
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  If there is no output device, this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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  This attribute is read-only, but may be updated by calling the {{{set_sound_devices()}}} method.
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 '''sample_rate'''::
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  The sample rate in Hz that the conference bridge is currently operating on.
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  This read-only attribute is passed when the object is created.
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 '''ec_tail_length'''::
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  The current echo cancellation tail length in ms.
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  If this value is 0, no echo cancellation is used.
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  This attribute is read-only, but may be updated by calling the {{{set_sound_devices()}}} method.
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 '''slot_count'''::
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  The total number of slots that is available on the conference bridge
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  This read-only attribute is passed when the object is created.
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 '''used_slot_count'''::
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  A read-only attribute indicating the number of slots that are used by objects.
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 '''input_volume'''::
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  This writable property indicates the % of volume that is read from the audio input device.
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  By default this value is 100.
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 '''output_volume'''::
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  This writable property indicates the % of volume that is sent to the audio output device.
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  By default this value is 100.
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 '''muted'''::
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  This writable boolean property indicates if the input audio device is muted.
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 '''connected_slots'''::
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  A read-only list of tupples indicating which slot is connected to which.
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  Connections are directional.
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=== MixerPort ===
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This a simple object which simply copies all the audio data it gets as input to it output. It's main purpose is that of facilitating the creation the of the middleware {{{AudioBridge}}} object.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', ''mixer'')::
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  Create a new MixerPort which is associated with the specified AudioMixer.
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 '''start'''(''self'')::
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  Activate the mixer port. This will reserve a slot on the AudioMixer and allow it to be connected to other slots.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  Deactivate the mixer port. This will release the slot previously allocated on the AudioMixer and all connections which it had will be discarded.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''mixer'''::
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  The AudioMixer this MixerPort is associated with
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''is_active'''::
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  Whether or not this MixerPort has a slot associated in its AudioMixer.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''slot'''::
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  The slot this MixerPort has reserved on AudioMixer or {{{None}}} if it is not active.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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=== WaveFile ===
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This is a simple object that allows playing back of a {{{.wav}}} file over the PJSIP conference bridge.
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Only 16-bit PCM and A-law/U-law formats are supported.
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Its main purpose is the playback of ringtones or previously recorded conversations.
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This object is associated with a {{{AudioMixer}}} instance and, once the {{{start()}}} method is called, connects to it and sends the sound to all its connections.
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Note that the slot of the {{{WaveFile}}} object will not start playing until it is connected to another slot on the AudioMixer.
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If the {{{stop()}}} method is called or the end of the {{{.wav}}} file is reached, a {{{WaveFileDidFinishPlaying}}} notification is sent by the object.
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After this the {{{start()}}} method may be called again in order to re-use the object.
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It is the application's responsibility to keep a reference to the {{{WaveFile}}} object for the duration of playback.
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If the reference count of the object reaches 0, playback will be stopped automatically.
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In this case no notification will be sent.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''mixer''', '''filename''')::
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  Creates a new {{{WaveFile}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''mixer'':[[BR]]
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} object that this object is to be connected to.
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  [[BR]]''filename'':[[BR]]
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  The name of the {{{.wav}}} file to be played back as a string.
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  This should include the full path to the file.
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 '''start'''(''self'')::
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  Start playback of the {{{.wav}}} file.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  Stop playback of the file.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''mixer'''::
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} this object is associated with.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''filename'''::
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  The name of the {{{.wav}}} file, as specified when the object was created.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''slot'''::
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  A read-only property indicating the slot number at which this object is attached to the associated AudioMixer.
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  If the {{{WaveFile}}} is not active, this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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 '''volume'''::
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  A writable property indicating the % of volume at which this object contributes audio to the AudioMixer.
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  By default this is set to 100.
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 '''is_active'''::
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  A boolean read-only property that indicates if the file is currently being played.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''WaveFileDidFinishPlaying'''::
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  This notification will be sent whenever playing of the {{{.wav}}} has stopped.
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  After sending this event, the playback may be re-started.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.
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=== RecordingWaveFile ===
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This is a simple object that allows recording audio to a PCM {{{.wav}}} file.
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This object is associated with a {{{AudioMixer}}} instance and, once the {{{start()}}} method is called, crecords sound from its connections.
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Note that the {{{RecordingWaveFile}}} will not record anything if it does not have any connections.
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Recording to the file can be stopped either by calling the {{{stop()}}} method or by removing all references to the object.
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Once the {{{stop()}}} method has been called, the {{{start()}}} method may not be called again.
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It is the application's responsibility to keep a reference to the {{{RecordingWaveFile}}} object for the duration of the recording, it will be stopped automatically when the reference count reaches 0.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''mixer''', '''filename''')::
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  Creates a new {{{RecordingWaveFile}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''mixer'':[[BR]]
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} object that this object is to be associated with.
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  [[BR]]''filename'':[[BR]]
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  The name of the {{{.wav}}} file to record to as a string.
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  This should include the full path to the file.
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 '''start'''(''self'')::
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  Start recording the sound to the {{{.wav}}} file.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  Stop recording to the file.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''mixer'''::
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} this object is associated with.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''filename'''::
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  The name of the {{{.wav}}} file, as specified when the object was created.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''slot'''::
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  A read-only property indicating the slot number at which this object is attached to the associated AudioMixer.
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  If the {{{RecordingWaveFile}}} is not active, this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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 '''is_active'''::
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  A boolean read-only attribute that indicates if the file is currently being written to.
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=== ToneGenerator ===
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A {{{ToneGenerator}}} can generate a series of dual frequency tones and has a shortcut method for generating valid DTMF tones.
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Each instance of this object is associated with a {{{AudioMixer}}} object, which it will connect to once started.
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The tones will be sent to the slots on the AudioMixer its slot is connected to.
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Once started, a {{{ToneGenerator}}} can be stopped by calling the {{{stop()}}} method and is automatically destroyed when the reference count reaches 0.
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> Note: this object has threading issues when the application uses multiple AudioMixers. It should not be used.
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==== methods ====
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 '''!__init!__'''(''self'', '''mixer''')::
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  Creates a new {{{ToneGenerator}}} object.
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  [[BR]]''mixer'':[[BR]]
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} object that this object is to be connected to.
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 '''start'''(''self'')::
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  Start the tone generator and connect it to its associated {{{AudioMixer}}}.
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 '''stop'''(''self'')::
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  Stop the tone generator and remove it from the conference bridge.
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 '''play_tones(''self'', '''tones''')::
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  Play a sequence of single or dual frequency tones over the audio device.
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  [[BR]]''tones'':[[BR]]
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  This should be a list of 3-item tuples, in the form of {{{[(<freq1>, <freq2>, <duration>), ...]}}}, with Hz as unit for the frequencies and ms as unit for the duration.
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  If {{{freq2}}} is 0, this indicates that only {{{freq1}}} should be used for the tone.
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  If {{{freq1}}} is 0, this indicates a pause when no tone should be played for the set duration.
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 '''play_dtmf(''self'', '''digit''')::
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  Play a single DTMF digit.
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  [[BR]]''digit'':[[BR]]
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  A string of length 1 containing a valid DTMF digit, i.e. 0 through 9, #, * or A through D.
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==== attributes ====
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 '''mixer'''::
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  The {{{AudioMixer}}} this object is associated with.
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  This attribute is read-only.
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 '''slot'''::
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  A read-only property indicating the slot number at which this object is attached to the associated AudioMixer.
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  If the {{{ToneGenerator}}} has not been started, this attribute will be {{{None}}}.
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 '''volume'''::
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  A writable property indicating the % of volume at which this object contributes audio.
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  By default this is set to 100.
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 '''is_active'''::
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  A boolean read-only property that indicates if the object has been started.
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 '''is_busy'''::
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  A boolean read-only property indicating if the {{{ToneGenerator}}} is busy playing tones.
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==== notifications ====
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 '''ToneGeneratorDidFinishPlaying'''::
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  This notification will be sent whenever playing of the queued tones has finished.
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  [[BR]]''timestamp'':[[BR]]
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  A {{{datetime.datetime}}} object indicating when the notification was sent.