Wednesday, August 06, 2008

OpenSIPS 1.4.0 is released.

Update: OpenSIPS will be present at ClueCOn Telephony Conference. So lookout for them if you are at the conference. I will.

As you may have already read, I just wrote about OpenSER chnaging the name and the New fork of OpernSER, OpenSIPS. Well you don't have to wait a lot to see the OpenSIPS! They have just released the OpenSIPS 1.4.
The OpenSER/Kamailio was planing to release their what ever 1.4 version of august 7th. But I guess the OpenSIPS were faster. I think I will try it on one of my virtual machines this weekend. According to OpenSIPS site, the release incorporates new functionalities like

  • dialog profiling extension
  • local route for internally generated requests
  • dial plan / translation module
  • general NAT traversal module (for non-invite signalling)
  • peering and rate limit (traffic shaping) modules

, enhancements like:

  • SRV load balancing (based on weights)
  • nonce re-usage verification (safer authentication)

and bug fixing - code, specs and functionality bugs.

The full Changelog is available here.

To get the OpenSIPS 1.4.0 version, see the Downloads page.


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