well this is definitely worth to think about...
thx for the input!
From: Klaus Darilion [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 1:08 PM
To: Juha Heinanen
Cc: Hugo Koblmueller; users(a)lists.openser.org
Subject: Re: [OpenSER-Users] uaCSTA support in openser
Juha Heinanen schrieb:
Hugo Koblmueller writes:
my goal is now to establish this telephony link
to *. but as *
doesn't > understand SIP/CSTA, i thought of a box (e.g. my
box) which can do > this uaCSTA to SIP translation.
looks to me like a problem in pbx space, i.e., since new code is
required, it would be better to write it in asterisk. that would
I think this is the better approach. I have no clue about CSTA about to me
it sounds like having an CSTA<->AMI (Asterisk Manager Interface) would be
the way to go.
As openser is not dialog stateful, you can not send the status of the SIP
clients to the OCS - as openser does not know. Again, as Asterisk is dialog
statefull, Asterisk can.
eliminate need for one more translating box from the
would see openser's role as upstream proxy for OCS mediation server
(if it speaks standard SIP to outside).
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