[Serusers] SER or OpenSER

Jiri Kuthan jiri at iptel.org
Mon Jul 17 15:33:05 CEST 2006

I would say that SER has been capable of making major design steps, such as
sanity overhaul of the underlying  database structure, TCP processing,
timers, select operators, and so on.
The down-side is that those features have not yet been documented.


At 12:06 16/07/2006, Greger V. Teigre wrote:
>Well, trying to be a bit objective:
>1. It depends on your needs
>2. OpenSER has a more aggressive release policy (more newer features),
>meaning that openser contains more functions and modules than ser
>3. Latest SER is 0.9.x and is extremely stable
>4. Openser 0.9.x and ser 0.9.x are (almost) close to identical. From
>0.10 they start to diverge. SER 0.10 is not yet released, OpenSER has
>reached 1.1
>5. The type of features/functionality included in SER and openser are
>likely to be quite different
>6. OpenSER is currently better documented in the latest version
>Have a look at the onsip.org Getting Started guide for more detail on
>Chahn John Kim wrote:
>> I am a SER starter.
>> I have seen many subjects related to Openser.
>> Can someone shed a light on what are the differences between these?
>> And even some insights to suggest which may be better than the other?
>> We are planing to start business service shortly and we appreciate any
>> inputs on which SIP server infrastructure provides better performance and
>> scalability.
>> Thank you in advance.
>> John K.
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