On 18th on March we took the difficult decision to postpone the OpenSIPS Summit 2020 for September, waiting for better times. Well, things did not evolve in a way to allow any kind of safe conferencing for 2020. At least not from our point of view. So, bye-bye Amsterdam, welcome Online - yes, the OpenSIPS … Continue reading OpenSIPS Summit 2020, Distributed
Tag: OpenSIPS 3.1
As we get closer to the much-anticipated release of OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS, a new major feature has been merged into the master branch: full support for standards-based SIP Push Notifications (short: "SIP PN"), a.k.a. RFC 8599! In this two-part series, I'm going to present two sides of the story: first, the IETF document itself: the … Continue reading SIP Push Notification with OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS [RFC 8599 support][Part I]
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]
Introduction Note: some information in this post may be outdated. Make sure to also read the follow-up post for the final view on qrouting's behavior. Up until today, the open-source SIP server garden seems to have yielded quite a handful of ways to perform PSTN routing. Some VoIP operators prefer to pull the latest rate … Continue reading Quality-based PSTN Routing in OpenSIPS 3.1 LTS [part 1]
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