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Friday, July 7, 2017

SIREMIS – Ongoing Updates

There is some ongoing work on Siremis (web management interface for kamailio) to make it fully compatible with Kamailio 5.0.x as well as update some of its legacy components:
So I thought to start a discussion here and see if some of those changes are going to impact too much existing installations or what are the best options to use for the future.
Done so far:
  • 1) implemented the JSONRPC client using UDP and unix domain sockets, to work in pair with jsonrpcs module as a replacement for removed MI interface. The old JSONRPC over HTTP is still an option.
  • 2) charts system has been migrated from open flash chart (ofc) to echarts (pure html5/javascript) — therefore no more requiring to enable flash in browser. Configuration is the same and the charts should look pretty similar. If you upgrade, apart of different html view for the charts, the config files should not be changed. If you notice something broken, open an issue on github project linked above.
Planned to be done:
  • 3) Relocate siremis/modules/ser to siremis/modules/sipadmin — this purely for more suggestive name for the admin module related to the SIP services offered by Kamailio, and be in pair with the module sipuser. This is mainly search and replace over php and xml files, however, it is going to impact if you developed your own internal extensions for Siremis and placed them in the ‘ser’ module. It will require that you do the same search+replace
  • 4) Review existing database tables views and add fields for missing columns.
  • 5) Add views for other database tables. First in my mind being the table for rtpengine module. If you use some modules with tables not yet managed by Siremis, reply and list them to set a list of priorities.
Should have other things to report about Siremis and are not yet listed on project’s issue tracker, let’s discuss here.
Testing and feedback for 1) and 2) are very appreciated!
Thanks for flying Kamailio!

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