Kamailio, Open SER

Event:

Main event, Alex Balashov on Kamailio: [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/winelover/recordings.talkshoe.com/TC-22622/TS-300113.mp3|titles=Kamailio with Alex Balashov]

Part Zero, pre-conference chat: [audio:http://media.blubrry.com/winelover/cloud.vuc.mevuc20091218-Part0.mp3|titles=Pre-conference chat]

IRC Transcript 2009-12-18

Guest Alex Balashov of Evariste Systems leads us down the path to enlightenment and understanding of this complex topic, including

Kamailio, the role of Asterisk, the role of SER and media gateways, etc.

– Relationship of Kamailio to OpenSER project history.
– What is Kamailio/OpenSER?

– SIP proxy
– SIP server (for certain purposes, such as registrar, presence user agent, etc.)
– Common uses of Kamailio.
– Service delivery platform engineering and Asterisk scaling using Kamailio.

– Some discussion of sip-router.org initiative.

“But, wait, that’s not all!” – Free stuff!

PacktOpenSERTwo electronic copies of Building Telephony Systems with OpenSER by Flavio E. Goncalves have been offered to us by Packt Publishing.

What you will learn from this book

  • An introduction to SIP
  • An overview of SIP Proxies
  • Compiling and installing OpenSER
  • SIP Proxy default configuration
  • Implementing MySQL support for authentication
  • Installing the user portal (SerWEB)
  • Connecting to the PSTN using a gateway
  • Sending a call to voicemail
  • NAT traversal using mediaproxy
  • Billing with Freeradius and CDRTool
  • Troubleshooting tips and tools.

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Ricardo Monteiro December 29, 2009 at 4:12 pm

Hi. Just wanted to say that I listen to this topic (offline) it was my first contact with VUC and I loved it. We can see tha Alex knows VoIP and Kamailio from inside and outside and knows how to comunicate that knowlodge.
I’m already looking forward to next events.
Great New Year to all.

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