[VoiceOps] Software SBC solution recommendations

Fred Posner fred at palner.com
Sat Jul 4 01:22:55 EDT 2015

I'd recommend you look at the Canonical SIP Routing Platform (CSRP). 

-- Fred

> On Jul 3, 2015, at 10:37 PM, Ryan Delgrosso <ryandelgrosso at gmail.com> wrote:
> So I'm working on a bit of a niche project in need of a virtualizable software SBC and while I am aware of many of the open source solutions out there I'm sure there are facets of the various options that those who live with them every day can share that will influence direction. 
> I need this soluton to do: registration caching (but pass reg back to softswitch), nat traversal/media proxy, basic topology hiding, blacklisting, some kind of dynamic routing (ENUM is preferred). No need for fancy multi realm setup, simple inside/outside is fine. 
> I am presently looking at: 
> Kamailio + some kind of media proxy (does much of the signaling but is not a B2BUA)
> Freeswitch (doesnt seem to do the reg cache / pass back)
> SEMS (reg caching only introduced last month.
> Various combinations of the above (though most of these feel kludgy)
> Im not precluding commercial solutions or hybrid solutions but the usual suspects (Acme, Meta, Sonus, etc) are off the table here due to either the cost or the software/virtualization requirements.
> Thanks in advance,
> -Ryan
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