[VoiceOps] Anyone using OpenSIPS/OpenSER/Kamailio to interface with L3
scott at sberkman.net
Thu Jun 3 13:57:58 EDT 2010
Agreed on the SBC point.
That said, I have personally set up SER (before the fork a number of years
ago) to work with Level 3's Viper platform and carried a great deal of
production traffic across it. The important thing to remember is that SER
acts how you tell it to act, so getting it to work correctly for what L3
expects is highly dependent on your configuration and routing logic.
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On Behalf Of Matthew S. Crocker
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2010 12:34 PM
To: Robert Dawson
Cc: VoiceOps at voiceops.org
Subject: Re: [VoiceOps] Anyone using OpenSIPS/OpenSER/Kamailio to interface
OpenSIPS is not an SBC as the members of their mailing list will readily and
OpenSIPS is a SIP Proxy. OpenSIPS + rtp-proxy can provide many of the
functions of an SBC. Personally I wouldn't allow anything on your private
VoIP LAN that I didn't have direct control over. I'm not against using
OpenSIPS or Asterisk but I wouldn't let my customers manage it and have
direct access to my switch.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Robert Dawson" <robert.dawson at mindshift.com>
> To: VoiceOps at voiceops.org
> Sent: Thursday, June 3, 2010 11:39:42 AM
> Subject: [VoiceOps] Anyone using OpenSIPS/OpenSER/Kamailio to interface
> I have a customer that I would like to setup on their own SBC to avoid
> adding the overhead/licensing costs to our Acmes.
> Robert Dawson
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