Commit 8cce5301 authored by Sébastien Blin's avatar Sébastien Blin Committed by Adrien Béraud

upnp: ignore location if not from the correct ip

If a router is plugged inside the same network and support UPnP, it can
send a unreachable location address. To avoid un-necessary timeout, we just
ignore these locations

Change-Id: I30312ad1371f5bf59ed8f3d773c36360e622b4ab
parent 79ea4b41
......@@ -23,6 +23,7 @@
#include "pupnp.h"
#include <opendht/thread_pool.h>
#include <opendht/http.h>
namespace jami {
namespace upnp {
......@@ -551,8 +552,19 @@ PUPnP::handleCtrlPtUPnPEvents(Upnp_EventType event_type, const void* event)
if (not cpDeviceList_.emplace(cpDeviceId).second)
IpAddr ipSrc(*(const pj_sockaddr*) (UpnpDiscovery_get_DestAddr(d_event)));
// Check if we already downloaded the xml doc based on the igd location string.
std::string igdLocationUrl {UpnpDiscovery_get_Location_cstr(d_event)};
dht::http::Url url(igdLocationUrl);
// NOTE: here, we check if the location given is related to the source address.
// If it's not the case, it's certainly a router plugged in the network, but not
// related to this network. So the given location will be unreachable and this
// will cause some timeout
if (IpAddr( != ipSrc)
dht::ThreadPool::io().get<pIGDInfo>([this, location = std::move(igdLocationUrl)] {
IXML_Document* doc_container_ptr = nullptr;
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