[Devel] Re: [Users] NEW SIP-to-XMPP (Google Talk/Jabber) gateway
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Tue Sep 26 12:23:52 CEST 2006
Just out of curiosity: What is the problem with the old JABBER module?
Why not extending the old module?
Daniel-Constantin Mierla wrote:
> thanks to Andrea Spirea, a new SIP-to-XMPP gateway was included in
> OpenSER. There is a new module, XMPP, which enables SIP users to chat
> with any XMPP user (Google Talk, Jabber) user in the world.
> The design permits flexibility in configuration and deployments, the new
> module can at alone as a XMPP server or can work in tandem with a
> standalone XMPP server (for more complex communication scenarios like
> TLS ...). Also, the module can be plugged in your main SIP server or can
> be deployed alone, enabling in a easy manner geographic distribution and
> There is no need of mapping SIP addresses to XMPP addresses, no need to
> store translation profiles, everything is done in the fly. The
> conversation will survive to restarts, the session being recovered form
> the messages. As a result, there is no need of a persistent storage, the
> footprint is very small, embedding the gateway in small devices should
> be straightforward.
> The news is posted here:
> Module's documentation:
> Feedback will be very appreciated, the next steps are to enhance the
> standalone-xmpp-server version of the module with other features of a
> xmpp server and to add support for presence and voice. Testing and
> reports are always welcome.
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