Welcome or welcome back to the 2-part series on the RFC 8599 support in OpenSIPS! In this final post (please find the initial one here), you will learn how to enhance your platform with standards-based SIP Push Notification (PN) support using an OpenSIPS 3.1+ release, from high-level design all the way down to specific code … Continue reading SIP Push Notification with OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS [RFC 8599 support][Part II]
The new mid-registrar functionality is now available with OpenSIPS 2.3 (current development branch) ! What is a mid-registrar ? The mid-registrar is a mid-component of a SIP platform, designed to work between end users and the platform's main registration component. It opens up new possibilities for leveraging existing infrastructure in order to continue to grow (as … Continue reading Mid-registrar: scalable registration and call forking
SIP registration is the process through which SIP user devices (desk phones, soft phones, etc.) periodically announce or refresh their network location to a SIP registrar, for an upcoming period of time. Once registered with the VoIP platform, the device is able to receive calls or messages from other devices. Proxying SIP registrations In some cases, we may want … Continue reading How To Proxy SIP Registrations
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