[Serusers] ser status update 2003/II
sobomax at portaone.com
Wed Feb 5 15:00:44 CET 2003
Guilherme Dal Pizzol wrote:
> Please, what do you mean by "nathelper module for getting over NATs with
> ATAs". Is this to be used with "NatServer" option in the Cisco ATA
No, it doesn't strictly require NatServer option, though it is
recommended to set NatServer and a small NatTimer value, so that ATA
keeps NAT binding alive. Alternatively, you can get the same effect by
setting small registration interval, but this will put slightly higher
load on a registrar.
> Will it be capable of changing the IP address in both signaling/media flows?
Yes, it is able to change IP address in both signalling and media.
> Thanks in advance,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jiri Kuthan" <jiri at iptel.org>
> To: <serusers at lists.iptel.org>
> Sent: Saturday, February 01, 2003 7:59 AM
> Subject: [Serusers] ser status update 2003/II
> > Folks,
> > we've been asked frequently questions "when will be the next release
> > out", "what new features can I be looking forward to", "will the next ser
> > release include a b2bua", etc. This update gives you answers to some
> > of these question, don't hesitate to ask me if you want to know more.
> > Also, on this opportunity I would like to thank wholeheartly to our
> > contributors -- they came up with many excellent ideas, running code
> > and their work has been a great encouragement to us.
> > New Features
> > ------------
> > - presence agent and presence support in SIMPLE2Jabber gateway
> > - dynamic domain management (simplifies hosting multiple domains,
> > which was quite manual work till now)
> > - enum support
> > - nathelper module for getting over NATs with ATAs
> > - beta-version of voicemail
> > - 3261-alignment: support for TCP and loose-routing
> > - accounting improved, reporting to serweb's "missed calls"
> > now possible
> > There is many other tiny useful things: exec module was made more
> > comfortable, support for powerPC was introduced, CC-Diversion
> > support for talking to Cisco gateways, netbsd support, ser is now
> > 64 bits clean, and generally lot of clean-ups were applied to keep
> > code-base sane in spite of all the new features. All bugs reported
> > so far have been fixed. User's guide documents more usage scenarios
> > with more examples.
> > Performance has been boosted too -- we achieved 5kCPS with a tuned
> > ser version for stateful forwarding without user location. Good for
> > dealing with many stress situations.
> > There are also many other things frequently asked for, which will
> > not be part of the next release. The most frequently asked one,
> > b2bua, for example. If you miss a feature urgently, implementing and
> > contributing it may be quicker than waiting until someone else
> > does that. We will be glad to provide guidance. Features that have
> > been asked until now and I have not forgotten are b2bua, FCP client,
> > SIP Address Translator.
> > When
> > ----
> > I better don't tell you -- I would set your expectations and they
> > would lead to disappointment if it takes longer than hoped for
> > (which simply happens too often). I hope to have a pre-alpha,
> > testers-only release in course of February -- and we will invite
> > all impatient testers to use it.
> > SIP Accounts
> > ------------
> > Don't forget -- you don't need to run your own server -- if all you
> > need is a SIP account, get one from iptel at
> > http://www.iptel.org/user/reg/index.php, of course ser-powered :-)
> > -Jiri on behalf of all who have contributed to SER advancement
> > --
> > Jiri Kuthan http://iptel.org/~jiri/
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