Overview This post is a sequel to the initial write-up on the recently introduced qrouting (Quality-based Routing) module. During the last month, the module has received several key additions, aimed at both improving the data format (gateway statistics, thresholds and scores) as well as the runtime behavior, with a new traffic balancing algorithm having been … Continue reading Quality-based PSTN Routing in OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS [part 2]
Doing maintenance on live production servers is never desired, but it is always necessary in order to enhance your platform with new features, or just for doing some small/quick fixes. And maintenance usually requires restarting OpenSIPS, so that it can re-parse its configuration script. Depending on your setup, OpenSIPS may need, for routing purposes, a … Continue reading No Downtime for OpenSIPS 3.0 restarts
Intro Inside the OpenSIPS bubble, the notion of a "partition" was first introduced in OpenSIPS 2.1, roughly around March 2015. But what exactly are they and how do we use them? In short, they allow a single OpenSIPS module to be able to work with data from multiple database sources. In other words, in OpenSIPS terminology, a … Continue reading How To Use Database “Partitions” in OpenSIPS
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