During this year's annually OpenSIPS Feature Survey, the poll results for the new OpenSIPS 3.2 reflected an emergent need for people to be able to run MI alike commands directly from the script. Initially, we were a bit reluctant from developing this feature due to the fact that (historically speaking), OpenSIPS's Management Interface has been … Continue reading Running MI commands from script in OpenSIPS 3.2
Tag: OpenSIPS 3.2
This blog post will briefly talk about how RADIUS and Diameter work, how we managed to incorporate Diameter into OpenSIPS 3.2 and what we have built on top of it so far. Short Protocol Intro The RADIUS spec first appeared in 1997 and was revised in 2000. Its purpose is to offer Authentication (Are the … Continue reading Getting Started With Diameter In OpenSIPS 3.2
Cooling off at the end of a brilliant OpenSIPIt'01! Last week, I had the honor to represent the OpenSIPS project in a multi-day, cross-project SIP testing event that took place online, called OpenSIPIt! With a pilot edition of the event dubbed "OpenSIPIt#00" having already taken place last year, right after the OpenSIPS Summit, everyone had … Continue reading OpenSIPIt ’01 – Testing the Trending SIP Security Enhancements
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