Friday, May 15, 2009

SIP Router Ready for Testing

The period of SIP Router integration phase is more and more approaching the end. Apart of 4 modules that are not integrated yet from Kamailio - seas, siptrace, uac_redirect and nat_traversal (work being undertaken) — the rest of 88 modules are ready for core.

There is now a page to collect guidelines for the default Kamailio configuration file used with sip-router. We invite all of you to test it, not only this one, but your private configs as well.

Feel free to add to the wiki page or post questions about it to This is a new list created for users of sip-router project, you can subscribe to it at:

At this stage, sip router can be used with modules from both Kamailio (OpenSER) and SER projects, mixed in same instance at the same time. Therefore you can choose the best ones that fit your needs. For Kamailio (OpenSER) users there is a page that tries to collect new features they got from SER side (still a lot to add there, hope ser developers will contribute what they find missing). Another page collects links for ser and kamailio users to find what the other project brings:

It was not only integration work in the past months, sip router has quite a bunch of brand new feature. The wiki page to collect the summary is available at:

Jan just set online documentation portal, available for web browsing:

Common modules are located in directory ‘modules’ while kamailio and ser specific modules can be found under module_k and modules_s. Project’s wiki portal got also good content and it is under heavy work — note that everyone can contribute to wiki:

Couple of core and tm features are not yet integrated or not exactly as they were in Kamailio. Please report the ones you are missing in your config at:

It is the place that should set the priority rank for integration. I hope that in 1-2 months time frame to get into beta stage and prepare a stable release.

Many thanks for those that allocated resources to make things evolve to this stage and many thanks in advance for those that will start testing and help improving the sip router project.

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