OpenSIPS Control Panel and Homer integration

There are several articles and examples showing how to integrate Homer and OpenSIPS for SIP tracing/capturing purposes - capturing SIP, log, REST queries, network data, Management commands and more. This is an integration at data exchange level. But an integration is also possible at the Web portal level - to integrate the Homer portal into … Continue reading OpenSIPS Control Panel and Homer integration

OpenSIPS @ ClueCon 2017 – Training and more

As in each of the past 10 years, we will be attending (and sponsoring) ClueCon 2k17. Thanks to the wonderful organizer of this event, we will gather in Chicago among fellow VoIP enthusiasts and put our shoulders to the wheel in pushing things forward. After all, making things better (and learning about them) is the main … Continue reading OpenSIPS @ ClueCon 2017 – Training and more

RabbitMQ evolution with OpenSIPS 2.3

RabbitMQ is a powerful and widely used tool for message queuing integrations. And the usage of such a tool requires a more flexible support from OpenSIPS. Let's see what 2.3 has to offer when comes to RabbitMQ based integration. RabbitMQ is an open source message queuing/broker server, used by applications to publish messages on one side and consume them on the other … Continue reading RabbitMQ evolution with OpenSIPS 2.3

Real-time billing using OpenSIPS 2.3 and CGRateS

SIP without billing is like a dinner without a good wine. While OpenSIPS does a great job for SIP, it often needs a billing partner to work with. CGRateS is an open-source rating engine used for carrier-grade, multi-tenant, real-time billing. It is able to do both postpaid and prepaid rating for multiple concurrent sessions with different balance units (eg: Monetary, … Continue reading Real-time billing using OpenSIPS 2.3 and CGRateS