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Some of the features that OpenSIPS brings:

  • robust and performant SIP (RFC3261) Registrar server, Location server, Proxy server and Redirect server
  • small footprint - the binary file is small size, functionality can be stripped/added via modules
  • plug&play module interface - ability to add new extensions, without touching the core, therefore assuring a great stability of core components
  • stateless and transactional statefull SIP Proxy processing
  • support for UDP/TCP/TLS/SCTP transport layers
  • IPv4 and IPv6
  • support for SRV and NAPTR DNS
  • SRV DNS failover
  • IP Blacklists
  • multi-homed (mhomed) and multi-domain support
  • flexible and powerful scripting language for routing logic
  • variables support in script - script variables, pseudo-variables (access to the SIP messages), AVPs (values persistent per SIP transactions)
  • management interface via FIFO file and unix sockets
  • authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) via database (MySQL, Postgress, text files), RADIUS and DIAMETER
  • digest and IP authentication
  • Presence Agent support (many additional integration features)
  • XCAP support for Presence Agent
  • CPL - Call Processing Language (RFC3880)
  • SNMP - interface to Simple Network Management Protocol
  • management interface (for external integration) via FIFO file, XMLRPC or Datagram (UDP or unixsockets)
  • NAT traversal support for SIP and RTP traffic
  • ENUM support
  • PERL Programming Interface - embed your extensions written in Perl
  • Java SIP Servlet Application Interface - write Java SIP Servlets to extent your VoIP services and integrate with web services
  • load balancing with failover
  • least cost routing
  • support for replication - REGISTER offer new functions for replicating client information (real source and received socket).
  • logging capabilities - can log custom messages including any header or pseudo-variable and parts of SIP message structure.
  • modular architecture - plug-and-play module interface to extend the server's functionality
  • gateway to sms (AT based)
  • multiple database backends - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Berkeley, flat files and other database types which have unixodbc drivers
  • straightforward interconnection with PSTN gateways
  • dialog support (call monitoring, call termination from proxy side, call profiling)
  • XMPP gateway-ing ( transparent server-to-server translation)
  • impressive extension repository - over 70 modules are included in OpenSIPS repository

Scalability:

  • OpenSIPS can run on embedded systems, with limited resources - the performances can be up to hundreds of call setups per second
  • used a load balancer in stateless mode, OpenSIPS can handle over 5000 call setups per second
  • on systems with 4GB memory, OpenSIPS can serve a population over 300 000 online subscribers
  • system can easily scale by adding more OpenSIPS servers
  • OpenSIPS can be used in geographic distributed VoIP platforms
  • straightforward failover and redundancy
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July 19, 2008, at 05:41 PM by 81.180.102.217 -
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  • variables support in script - script variables, pseudo-variables (access to the SIP messages), AVPs (values persistent per SIP transactions)
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  • pseudo-variables to access and manage parts of the SIP messages and attributes specific to users and server
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    * plug&play module interface - ability to add new extensions, without touching the core, therefore assuring a great stability of core components
    * stateless and transactional statefull SIP Proxy processing
    * support for UDP/TCP/TLS/SCTP transport layers
    * IPv4 and IPv6
    * support for SRV and NAPTR DNS
    * SRV DNS failover
    * IP Blacklists
    * multi-homed (mhomed) and multi-domain support
    * scripting language for configurations file. With a syntax similar to sripting languages, the configuration offers a powerful and flexible way to deploy custom SIP services.
    * management interface via FIFO file and unix sockets
    * pseudo-variables to access and manage parts of the SIP messages and attributes specific to users and server
    * authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) via database (MySQL, Postgress, text files), RADIUS and DIAMETER
    * digest and IP authentication
    * Presence Agent support (many additional integration features)
    * XCAP support for Presence Agent
    * CPL - Call Processing Language (RFC3880)
    * SNMP - interface to Simple Network Management Protocol
    * management interface (for external integration) via FIFO file, XMLRPC or Datagram (UDP or unixsockets)
    * NAT traversal support for SIP and RTP traffic
    * ENUM support
    * PERL Programming Interface - embed your extensions written in Perl
    * Java SIP Servlet Application Interface - write Java SIP Servlets to extent your VoIP services and integrate with web services
    * load balancing with failover
    * least cost routing
    * support for replication - REGISTER offer new functions for replicating client information (real source and received socket).
    * logging capabilities - can log custom messages including any header or pseudo-variable and parts of SIP message structure.
    * modular architecture - plug-and-play module interface to extend the server's functionality
    * gateway to sms (AT based)
    * multiple database backends - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Berkeley, flat files and other database types which have unixodbc drivers
    * straightforward interconnection with PSTN gateways
    * dialog support (call monitoring, call termination from proxy side, call profiling) 
    * XMPP gateway-ing ( transparent server-to-server translation)
    * impressive extension repository - over 70 modules are included in OpenSIPS repository
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  • plug&play module interface - ability to add new extensions, without touching the core, therefore assuring a great stability of core components
  • stateless and transactional statefull SIP Proxy processing
  • support for UDP/TCP/TLS/SCTP transport layers
  • IPv4 and IPv6
  • support for SRV and NAPTR DNS
  • SRV DNS failover
  • IP Blacklists
  • multi-homed (mhomed) and multi-domain support
  • flexible and powerful scripting language for routing logic
  • management interface via FIFO file and unix sockets
  • pseudo-variables to access and manage parts of the SIP messages and attributes specific to users and server
  • authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) via database (MySQL, Postgress, text files), RADIUS and DIAMETER
  • digest and IP authentication
  • Presence Agent support (many additional integration features)
  • XCAP support for Presence Agent
  • CPL - Call Processing Language (RFC3880)
  • SNMP - interface to Simple Network Management Protocol
  • management interface (for external integration) via FIFO file, XMLRPC or Datagram (UDP or unixsockets)
  • NAT traversal support for SIP and RTP traffic
  • ENUM support
  • PERL Programming Interface - embed your extensions written in Perl
  • Java SIP Servlet Application Interface - write Java SIP Servlets to extent your VoIP services and integrate with web services
  • load balancing with failover
  • least cost routing
  • support for replication - REGISTER offer new functions for replicating client information (real source and received socket).
  • logging capabilities - can log custom messages including any header or pseudo-variable and parts of SIP message structure.
  • modular architecture - plug-and-play module interface to extend the server's functionality
  • gateway to sms (AT based)
  • multiple database backends - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Berkeley, flat files and other database types which have unixodbc drivers
  • straightforward interconnection with PSTN gateways
  • dialog support (call monitoring, call termination from proxy side, call profiling)
  • XMPP gateway-ing ( transparent server-to-server translation)
  • impressive extension repository - over 70 modules are included in OpenSIPS repository
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    * OpenSIPS can run on embedded systems, with limited resources - the performances can be up to hundreds of call setups per second
    * used a load balancer in stateless mode, OpenSIPS can handle over 5000 call setups per second
    * on systems with 4GB memory, OpenSIPS can serve a population over 300 000 online subscribers
    * system can easily scale by adding more OpenSIPS servers
    * OpenSIPS can be used in geographic distributed VoIP platforms
    * straightforward failover and redundancy
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  • OpenSIPS can run on embedded systems, with limited resources - the performances can be up to hundreds of call setups per second
  • used a load balancer in stateless mode, OpenSIPS can handle over 5000 call setups per second
  • on systems with 4GB memory, OpenSIPS can serve a population over 300 000 online subscribers
  • system can easily scale by adding more OpenSIPS servers
  • OpenSIPS can be used in geographic distributed VoIP platforms
  • straightforward failover and redundancy
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    * robust and performant SIP (RFC3261) Registrar server, Location server, Proxy server and Redirect server
    * small footprint - the binary file is small size, functionality can be stripped/added via modules
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  • robust and performant SIP (RFC3261) Registrar server, Location server, Proxy server and Redirect server
  • small footprint - the binary file is small size, functionality can be stripped/added via modules
July 19, 2008, at 05:36 PM by 81.180.102.217 -
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Some of the features that OpenSIPS brings:

    * robust and performant SIP (RFC3261) Registrar server, Location server, Proxy server and Redirect server
    * small footprint - the binary file is small size, functionality can be stripped/added via modules
    * plug&play module interface - ability to add new extensions, without touching the core, therefore assuring a great stability of core components
    * stateless and transactional statefull SIP Proxy processing
    * support for UDP/TCP/TLS/SCTP transport layers
    * IPv4 and IPv6
    * support for SRV and NAPTR DNS
    * SRV DNS failover
    * IP Blacklists
    * multi-homed (mhomed) and multi-domain support
    * scripting language for configurations file. With a syntax similar to sripting languages, the configuration offers a powerful and flexible way to deploy custom SIP services.
    * management interface via FIFO file and unix sockets
    * pseudo-variables to access and manage parts of the SIP messages and attributes specific to users and server
    * authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) via database (MySQL, Postgress, text files), RADIUS and DIAMETER
    * digest and IP authentication
    * Presence Agent support (many additional integration features)
    * XCAP support for Presence Agent
    * CPL - Call Processing Language (RFC3880)
    * SNMP - interface to Simple Network Management Protocol
    * management interface (for external integration) via FIFO file, XMLRPC or Datagram (UDP or unixsockets)
    * NAT traversal support for SIP and RTP traffic
    * ENUM support
    * PERL Programming Interface - embed your extensions written in Perl
    * Java SIP Servlet Application Interface - write Java SIP Servlets to extent your VoIP services and integrate with web services
    * load balancing with failover
    * least cost routing
    * support for replication - REGISTER offer new functions for replicating client information (real source and received socket).
    * logging capabilities - can log custom messages including any header or pseudo-variable and parts of SIP message structure.
    * modular architecture - plug-and-play module interface to extend the server's functionality
    * gateway to sms (AT based)
    * multiple database backends - MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Berkeley, flat files and other database types which have unixodbc drivers
    * straightforward interconnection with PSTN gateways
    * dialog support (call monitoring, call termination from proxy side, call profiling) 
    * XMPP gateway-ing ( transparent server-to-server translation)
    * impressive extension repository - over 70 modules are included in OpenSIPS repository

Scalability:

    * OpenSIPS can run on embedded systems, with limited resources - the performances can be up to hundreds of call setups per second
    * used a load balancer in stateless mode, OpenSIPS can handle over 5000 call setups per second
    * on systems with 4GB memory, OpenSIPS can serve a population over 300 000 online subscribers
    * system can easily scale by adding more OpenSIPS servers
    * OpenSIPS can be used in geographic distributed VoIP platforms
    * straightforward failover and redundancy

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