While OpenSIPS is mainly a SIP proxy, SIP Back-2-Back capabilities have been supported for a while. But, what about the "end user agent" support in OpenSIPS? Meaning the ability to create and control a Server / Client SIP User Agent, doing all the SIP magic (transactional and dialog level) transparently for you. Considering the integration … Continue reading API driven SIP User-Agent end-point with OpenSIPS 3.4
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The new Call API project consists of a standalone server able to serve a set of API commands that can be used to control SIP calls (such as start a new call, put a call on hold, transfer it to a different destination, etc.). In order to provide high performance throughput, the server has been … Continue reading Calls management using the new Call API tool
DTMF (acronym of dual tone multi frequency) is the signal that your phone sends to your carrier when you press your phone's touch keys during an ongoing call. The primary usage of DTMF tones is to control IVR (Interactive Voice Response) applications, by using the tones to choose certain options from a list. From a … Continue reading Call control using DTMF in OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS
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