Whether you are a seasoned OpenSIPS administrator or you are still trying to figure out why your ACKs are looping all over your network, one thing is for certain: all of us will sooner or later need to have OpenSIPS produce some numbers which will answer questions such as: how many minutes has my OpenSIPS … Continue reading Deep Dive into the OpenSIPS Statistics Support
Tag: OpenSIPS 2.3
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
Great news for everyone in the VoIP community: we have just released OpenSIPS 2.3.0 stable! This release is a follow-up of over a month full of testing and taking care of issues reported through the mailing lists, GitHub tracker and IRC. Over 150 fix-commits were backported into OpenSIPS 2.3, leading to what we now consider to be … Continue reading OpenSIPS 2.3 Stable: The Last Hurdle Before the Amsterdam Summit
Almost 2 months ago I was posting "A new year has arrived, so it is the time for a new OpenSIPS major release – for OpenSIPS version 2.3 ". Well, this just happened !! I'm happy to announce the beta version of the OpenSIPS 2.3.0 major release. Curios to find out more about this release … Continue reading OpenSIPS 2.3.0 major release
Great news for all users of the OpenSIPS "cachedb_mongodb" module! After four successful years since its initial release in Jan 2013, the driver will benefit from a complete revamp in the upcoming OpenSIPS 2.3, and will work on top of the latest libmongoc 1.6.0. The updated module will be compatible with all MongoDB 2.4+ servers. The main reasons … Continue reading How to Use the Enhanced MongoDB Module in OpenSIPS 2.3
SIP setups where OpenSIPS acts as a front-end for a farm of class 5 servers are becoming increasingly popular. Such architectures combine the best of both worlds: robust and optimized handling of SIP signaling with feature-rich class 5 softswitches. This way of integrating open-source projects has lead to a unique opportunity for our team, along with the FreeSWITCH team, to … Continue reading FreeSWITCH-driven routing in OpenSIPS 2.3
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