The development team responsible for developing and managing to MediaProxy project has release MedaProxy 2.1.0. MediaProxy is a media relay for RTP/RTCP and UDP streams that works in tandem with OpenSIPS to provide NAT traversal capability for media streams from SIP user agents located behind NAT.
When using MediaProxy, NAT traversal for RTP media will work without any settings in the SIP User Agents or the NAT router.
- Scalability of thousands of calls per server limited only by the Linux kernel networking layer and network interface bandwidth
- Supports multiple chained relays as long as each has a public IP
- TLS encryption between the relays and dispatcher
- T.38 fax support
- Graceful shutdown capability
- Modular design for custom selection algorithms for the relay location
- Automatic load balancing and redundancy among all media relays
- Real-time sessions statistics
- Configurable IP and UDP port range
- Support for any combination of audio and video streams
- Ability to use OpenSIPS' MI interface to close a call that did timeout
- Radius accounting of IP network traffic
- Database accounting of complete media information including all streams, their type, codecs and duration.
Monday, October 13, 2008