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OpenSIPS

OpenSIPS is a mature implementation of a SIP server/proxy. It is more than a SIP proxy/router, as it includes application-level functionalities. OpenSIPS, as a SIP server, can server as the core component of any SIP-based VoIP solution.

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[NEW] Simplify your script with script_helper module 07 Apr 2014

OpenSIPS 1.11 has a new addition, the "script_helper" module . The purpose of this new module is to help you start in an easy way with the OpenSIPS...

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  •  24 Mar 2014 20:42

    Release Notes: This release adds enhancements to the core, script handling, and many important modules. The core has a new memory allocator to increase performance, and the scripting capabilities are improved. These new modules have been added: B2B_SCA (new shared call appearance features), CALL_CENTER (introduces call queue features), MI_JSON (encodes data in JSON format over HTTP for the MI Interface commands), and SCRIPT_HELPER (simplifies the script/configuration for beginners).

    Release Notes: This release comes with several improvements (asynchronous TCP, better lumps management), but also with new functionality like SCA support with a dialog module, a new binary interface used to efficiently communicate with other OpenSIPS instances, and a new module that provides SQL to NoSQL translations.

    •  09 May 2013 11:31

    Release Notes: This release fixed crashes, malfunctions, and compliance. No functionality, scripting, or interfacing were changed. Upgrading is highly recommended.

    •  09 May 2013 11:31

    Release Notes: This release fixed crashes, malfunctions, and compliance. No functionality, scripting, or interfacing were changed. Upgrading is highly recommended.

    Release Notes: This release adds several major improvements (scripting, dialog support, TCP, Web Sockets, timers), but also new functionalities like CacheDB Interface-CouchBase, MongoDB, Cache2SQL, and a nice provisioning tool, the PI_HTTP module, or a great helper on integration, the Event_Route module (combined with a rich set of new events from core and modules). The important goals of this release were scalability (geo and load), integration capabilities, and controllability (debugging, tracing, monitoring).

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