[sr-dev] msilo changes in 4.1.1?

Peter Villeneuve petervnv1 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 17:48:28 CET 2014


I ended up figuring out that the WITH_MSILO defines are no longer included.
You're correct in that the documentation for Msilo in 4.1.1 no longer
mentions WITH_MSILO, but given that there are very few tutorials out there
in configuring Msilo, and the few that exist still reference WITH_MSILO, I
think this will lead to a great deal of confusion.

Would it be too much to ask to post a working Kamailio 4.1.1 default config
with msilo properly implemented? I think that would help out a lot of
people that are just getting started with Kamailio and may end up following
outdated tutorials.



On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 10:05 PM, Daniel-Constantin Mierla <
miconda at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hello,
> I haven;t checked the tutorial you linked, but the default config file for
> kamailio doesn't have any WITH_MSILO defines.
> The msilo module is not deprecated, but not configured in the default
> config of kamailio, you have to add it yourself.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
> On 14/02/14 17:05, Peter Villeneuve wrote:
> Hi,
>  I've been experimenting with Msilo in Kamailio 4.1.1 and I noticed some
> things seem to be deprecated when looking at old configuration examples
> like the one here
> http://telephonynetworks.blogspot.pt/2012/08/configuracion-de-kamailio-33-con-nat.html
>  It seems that #!ifdef WITH_MSILO is no longer supported. At least with
> me Kamailio doesn't start if I have that in kamailio.cfg. I have to
> explicitly load msilo.so and all the related module params without #!ifdef
>  Can someone confirm that this syntax has indeed been deprecated so I
> don't spend any more time trying to adapt outdated configuration files to
> 4.1.1?
>  Thanks
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