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Kamailio - the Open Source SIP Server


Kamailio (former OpenSER) is a mature and flexible open source SIP server (RFC3261). It can be used on systems with limited resources as well as on carrier grade servers, scaling to up to thousands call setups per second. It is written in pure C for Unix/Linux-like systems with architecture specific optimizations to offer high performances. It is customizable, being able to feature as fast load balancer; SIP server flavours: registrar, location server, proxy server, redirect server; enum, UDP, TCP, TLS and SCTP; IPv6; VoIP; video and instant messaging; SIMPLE presence and XCAP server; embedded MSRP relay; load balancer; lead cost routing; WebSockets and WebRTC; SNMP monitoring; DoS detection.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
_service 0000000237 237 Bytes about 1 year
checks.c.patch 0000000372 372 Bytes over 13 years
kamailio.changes 0000002252 2.2 KB about 1 year
kamailio.default 0000000918 918 Bytes about 5 years
kamailio.init 0000002731 2.67 KB almost 9 years
kamailio.init.redhat 0000000957 957 Bytes over 13 years
kamailio.init.suse 0000005027 4.91 KB almost 9 years
kamailio.spec 0000051206 50 KB about 1 year
openser-1.1.0-freeradius-client.patch 0000006544 6.39 KB over 13 years
verify.c.patch 0000000493 493 Bytes over 13 years
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