Thursday, May 18, 2017

Siremis v4.4.0 Released

Siremis v4.4.0 is out – the web management interface for Kamailio SIP Server.

There were few changes to mark the last release compatible with Kamailio v4.x series. Future development will focus on compatibility with Kamailio v5.x.

Step by step installation tutorial, screenshots and demo are available on the web at:



Siremis is used during Kamailio Advanced Training classes for management of SIP server, a good opportunity to learn about Siremis itself, see more details at:

Friday, May 12, 2017

Blog Tutorial: Kamailio And Siremis Installation

Recently I discovered a tutorial written on Medium blogging platform by Igor Olemskoi, published about two months ago, covering Kamailio and Siremis installation, named “Kamailio SIP proxy — installation and minimal configuration example“.
It is a good reading for anyone fresh to Kamailio, providing guidelines to get started with a SIP proxy installation, along with Siremis web management interface.
Should you write any tutorial involving Kamailio, we are more than happy to share it with the community via the website. Just contact us via mailing lists! Ping us also if you are aware of any other resource that worth sharing.
Thank you for flying Kamailio!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Kamailio World 2017 – Ready For The Show

Just few days and the 5th edition of Kamailio World Conference & Exhibition starts. Two days and a half full with technical tutorials, presentations, open discussions and demos. With more participants than the previous edition, the event consolidates the ecosystem around Kamailio and other VoIP related projects and products such as Asterisk, FreeSwitch, Janus, Jitsi, OpenBaton, CGRateS, Homer Sipcapture, SIPVicious, RTPEngine, Zoiper or SEMS.
Along the event, Obihai, Telnyx, Digium, NG Voice, Core Network Dynamics and FhG Fokus will be present in the exhibition area showing demos of their services and products.
The topics span from VoIP/SIP-based platform scalability and security, to next generation emergency services, usage in broadcasting industry, 5G and IMS/VoLTE, IoT and WebRTC:
See you in Berlin next week!

Friday, April 21, 2017

Kamailio World 2017 – Student Grants

With a bit of delay, given that had to accommodate and accept some requests from the last year queue, I am glad to announces that we can offer two more seats at Kamailio World Conference, May 8-10, 2017, in Berlin.
Therefore we are continuing the program from last years, based on the roots and the tight relation of Kamailio project with the academic environment, the eligible people being students enrolled in universities or research institutes (both bachelor and PhD programs qualify) as well as people from underrepresented groups.
If you think you are eligible and want to participate, email to <registration [at] kamailio.org> . Participation to all the content of the event (workshops, conference and social event) is free, but you will have to take care of expenses for traveling and accommodation. Write a short description about your interest in real time communications and, when it is the case what is the university or the research institute you are affiliate to.
Also, if you are not a student, but you are in touch with some or have access to students forums/mailing lists, it will be very appreciated if you forward these details.
Time is short, we already received few requests based on my remark in a message sent out few weeks ago, therefore in a matter of days we will do the selection, so you have to hurry up a bit.
More information about Kamailio World is available on the web site:
Expect a full house event! Looking forward to meeting many of you in Berlin!

Thursday, April 20, 2017

New Kamailio Developer: Guillaume Bour

We would like to announce that Guillaume Bour (https://github.com/gbour) has now developer privileges on Kamailio’s gihub project. He has contributed recently a new module named keepalive – more about it at:
There is also a pull request from him waiting to be merge to drouting module, adding capability of detecting active/inactive gateways used by the module.
Thanks for the contributions so far and looking forward to collaborate in the future!

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Kamailio Development IRC Meeting On April 20, 2017

A new IRC devel meeting to is planned in order to discuss the current major issues and the logistics around the project as well as the plans for next Kamailio releases.
The date is Thursday, April 20, 2017, at 14:00UTC (16:00 in Berlin, Madrid, Paris; 15:00 in London; 10:00 in New York, …).
A wiki page has been created for it, with more details about how to join the discussions and a draft agenda:
Everyone is welcome to participate, you just need an IRC client or a modern web browser.
You are encouraged to add there the topics that you want to be discussed and your intention to join the session in order to plan the schedule properly and estimate more accurately the duration.
Thanks for flying Kamailio!

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Kamailio - New Developer: Mikko Lehto

Mikko Lehto has joined the developers group on Kamailio gihub project. He has made a lot of good pull requests over the time, specially to documentation and unit tests that could have been just committed directly without delay on waiting for a review, saving also time from the other developers.
Taking time to express my thanks for all his contributions so far and reviving those unit tests, and I am looking forward to future collaboration!
Thank you for flying Kamailio!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Kamailio Lists sr-users And sr-dev Migrated To lists.kamailio.org

All the mailing lists related to the Kamailio project are using now lists.kamailio.org as primary domain, including sr-dev and sr-users.
From now on, the emails to these mailing lists should be addressed to:
The previously used domain (lists.sip-router.org) should still work, being redirected to lists.kamailio.org, so existing mailing list discussions can go on as usual.
If anyone is encountering any problems or notices some information on kamailio.org that needs to be updated, do not hesitate to contact us.
In addition, the mailing lists URLs should use now HTTPS, browsing the archive with plain HTTP being redirected to HTTPS URLs.