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Overview

The OpenSIPS Certified Professional (OCP) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server.

The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCP credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol.


Requirements

To earn the OCP on OpenSIPS Server, you must pass a single exam:

  • OpenSIPS Certified Professional Exam

Exam Details:

The OpenSIPS exam is a 60 minute test with 70 questions.

Register for an exam via exams@opensips.org .


OCP candidate profile

An OCP candidate should have one to two years of experience in designing, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting SIP servers, strong experience with network protocols.


Why get certified?

Being OpenSIPS Professional Certified means your OpenSIPS knowledge and skills are worldwide recognized and guaranteed by the OpenSIPS project.

Earning an OpenSIPS Certification validates your proven experience and knowledge in using the OpenSIPS software and solutions. Designed to be relevant in today's rapidly changing telephony marketplace, the OpenSIPS certification help you utilize evolving technologies, fine-tune your troubleshooting skills, and improve your job satisfaction.

Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, becoming certified demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges. In addition, certification provides you with access to exclusive OpenSIPS Certified Professional (OCP) resources and benefits.


OCP Benefits

  • Listing in the OpenSIPS Certified Professional Directory
  • Worldwide approval from the OpenSIPS project
  • OpenSIPS Certified Professional plaque
  • OpenSIPS Certified Professional certificate
  • Invitation to participate in Webinars and writing tutorials about OpenSIPS
  • Priority access on bug track assignment

Certified people

This is an official listing of the people who already are OpenSIPS Certified:

  1. Steef Van Braband
  2. Hasitha Lalinda
  3. Andreas Sikkema
  4. Sebastian Sastre
  5. Koen Schagen
  6. Alejandro Rios Peña
  7. Zahid Mehmood
  8. Max Mühlbronner
  9. Thomas Gelf
  10. Juan Cuevas
  11. Danny Dias
  12. Ján Murányi
  13. Martin Formanko
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Being OpenSIPS Professional Certified means your OpenSIPS knowledge and skills are worldwide recognized and guaranteed by the OpenSIPS project.

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Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, becoming certified demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges. In addition, certification provides you with access to exclusive OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) resources and benefits.

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Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, becoming certified demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges. In addition, certification provides you with access to exclusive OpenSIPS Certified Professional (OCP) resources and benefits.

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OCA Benefits

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OCP Benefits

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The OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server.

The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCA credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol.

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The OpenSIPS Certified Professional (OCP) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server.

The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCP credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol.

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Certified people

This is an official listing of the people how already are OpenSIPS Certified:

  1. Steef Van Braband
  2. Hasitha Lalinda
  3. Andreas Sikkema
  4. Sebastian Sastre
  5. Koen Schagen
  6. Alejandro Rios Peña
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The OpenSIPS exam is a 60 minute test with 70 questions.

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Overview The OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server. The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCA credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol. Requirements

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Overview

The OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server.

The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCA credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol.

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OCA Benefits Listing in the OpenSIPS Certified Administrator Directory OpenSIPS Certified Administrator plaque OpenSIPS Certified Administrator certificate Invitation to participate in Webinars and writing tutorials about OpenSIPS Priority access on bug track assignment

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OCA Benefits

  • Listing in the OpenSIPS Certified Administrator Directory
  • OpenSIPS Certified Administrator plaque
  • OpenSIPS Certified Administrator certificate
  • Invitation to participate in Webinars and writing tutorials about OpenSIPS
  • Priority access on bug track assignment
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Overview The OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) credential shows clients and employers that you can design, implement and administer a SIP Proxy based in the OpenSIPS SIP Server. Implementation responsibilities include, installing, configuring and troubleshooting a SIP infrastructure based in the OpenSIPS server. The credential covers the knowledge of Installation, SIP Routing, OpenSIPS Scripting Skills, Authentication, OpenSIPS Control Panel, Connection to the PSTN, Call Forwarding and Media Server Integration, NAT Traversal, Load Balancing, Accounting and Monitoring Tools. The OCA credentials were created for professionals who are going to design, maintain and troubleshoot SIP infrastructures typically found in telecommunication companies, VoIP providers and large telephony systems based on the SIP protocol. Requirements To earn the OCP on OpenSIPS Server, you must pass a single exam: 100 - OpenSIPS Certified Administrator Exam Exam Details The OpenSIPS exam is a 60 minute test with 70 questions OCP candidate profile An OCP candidate should have one to two years of experience in designing, installing, configuring, and troubleshooting SIP servers, strong experience with network protocols. Why get certified? Earning an OpenSIPS Certification validates your proven experience and knowledge in using the OpenSIPS software and solutions. Designed to be relevant in today's rapidly changing telephony marketplace, the OpenSIPS certification help you utilize evolving technologies, fine-tune your troubleshooting skills, and improve your job satisfaction. Whether you are new to technology, changing jobs, or a seasoned IT professional, becoming certified demonstrates to customers, peers, and employers that you are committed to advancing your skills and taking on greater challenges. In addition, certification provides you with access to exclusive OpenSIPS Certified Administrator (OCA) resources and benefits. OCA Benefits Listing in the OpenSIPS Certified Administrator Directory OpenSIPS Certified Administrator plaque OpenSIPS Certified Administrator certificate Invitation to participate in Webinars and writing tutorials about OpenSIPS Priority access on bug track assignment


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