OpenSIPS as HEP Proxy/Switch

  As many already know, the HEP (or EEP) extensible encapsulation protocol is the glue of the SIPCAPTURE ecosystem and HOMER project. Natively supported by leading Open-Source VoIP and RTC platforms, HEP is used to safely freeze, mirror and transfer packets and protocols between HEP capture clients and HEP capture servers for monitoring, troubleshooting, technical/business analytics and much more. Thanks … Continue reading OpenSIPS as HEP Proxy/Switch

OpenSIPS Control Panel and Homer integration

There are several articles and examples showing how to integrate Homer and OpenSIPS for SIP tracing/capturing purposes - capturing SIP, log, REST queries, network data, Management commands and more. This is an integration at data exchange level. But an integration is also possible at the Web portal level - to integrate the Homer portal into … Continue reading OpenSIPS Control Panel and Homer integration

Capturing beyond SIP or capturing with Homer 6

Data capturing is vital for operating and troubleshooting SIP platforms. While capturing the SIP and RT(C)P traffic is essential, it is far from sufficient. The SIP platforms are far from being SIP engines only - there is a lot of non-SIP data, related to provisioning,  to backends or  integration (with other subsystem) or related to … Continue reading Capturing beyond SIP or capturing with Homer 6

Introducing OpenSIPS 2.3

A new year has arrived, so it is the time for a new OpenSIPS major release - for OpenSIPS version 2.3 . For this version, the main focus on development is the "integration", the integration of OpenSIPS with various external entities. Why is integration so important to end up being the main tag of a major … Continue reading Introducing OpenSIPS 2.3