Media high availability/re-anchoring using OpenSIPS 3.2

Using a media relay server (such as RTPProxy, RTPEngine or MediaProxy) in your VoIP system is a rather common requirement due to various reasons: NATted clients media handling, legal compliance (recording) requirements or for offering enhanced services, etc. Thus, in order to provide high availability for your services, you also need to consider it for … Continue reading Media high availability/re-anchoring using OpenSIPS 3.2

Running OpenSIPS in the Cloud

Cloud computing is a more and more viable option for running and providing SIP services. The question is how compatible are the SIP services with the Cloud environment ? So let's have a look at this compatibility from the most sensitive (for SIP protocol) perspective - the IP network topology. A large number of existing … Continue reading Running OpenSIPS in the Cloud

OpenSIPS 2.3 Stable: The Last Hurdle Before the Amsterdam Summit

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