[sr-dev] [SR-Users] Updating default kamailio.cfg to use rtpengine
denys.pozniak at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 22:22:45 CET 2019
Karsten, if you use repo for rtpengine, please share the link.
ср, 16 янв. 2019 г. в 19:16, Karsten Horsmann <khorsmann at gmail.com>:
> Hello Daniel,
> I use rtpengine on Centos 7. It's possible to create an DKMS package
> (automatic rebuild for new Kernel version).
> Kind regards
> Am Di., 15. Jan. 2019, 10:00 hat Daniel-Constantin Mierla <
> miconda at gmail.com> geschrieben:
>> being discussed at events offline or during irc meetings couple of
>> times, I want to open the discussion about updating the default
>> configuration file to use rtpengine. So far I let rtpproxy because was
>> packaged in many Linux distros, however, given the benefits of rtpengine
>> in terms of performance as well as webrtc support, doubled by the fact
>> that nowadays in the community it seems to be the primary choice of rtp
>> relay, we should decide what to do. I see two options:
>> 1) add a define to allow selection between rtpproxy and rtpengine
>> 2) replace rtpproxy completely with rtpengine
>> I would prefer 2) for simplicity of the configuration file, but the main
>> question for the users community is how easy they find the deploying of
>> rtpengine. Using Debian/Ubuntu should be trivial, there are packages for
>> it, but I do not know about CentOS, Fedora, openSUSE or other Linux/BSD
>> OSes people here are using it.
>> Reply to sr-users if you have an opinion on this matter (I cc-ed sr-dev
>> mainly to make aware the devs, but it is a matter of using kamailio). Of
>> course, other suggestions are welcome as well.
>> Daniel-Constantin Mierla -- www.asipto.com
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