[SR-Users] Kamailio for Debian blog?
Jesús Pérez Rubio
jesus.perez at quobis.com
Mon May 13 11:43:35 CEST 2013
we use Debian as base OS and Kamailio as SIP proxy. Some notes about the
enviroment in case it could help you:
- Kamailio stable (4.0) version included in official repo works fine.
- I've tested it with QoffeeSIP and JsSIP some days ago and there is no
- I've been playing with "resiprocate-turn-server" package but I had
problems. It could be related with our client but we should take a look. I
didn't give a try to Google TURN server but I'm going to do it, I'll keep
PS: I'm co-mentor with you in GSoC, so we can speak about in in IRC channel.
2013/5/13 Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.com.au>
> I'd like to write a brief blog about the status of WebRTC in Debian,
> with a focus on SIP
> I understand Kamailio 4.0.1 is already in unstable, is that recommended
> for potential WebSocket users? Has anybody else written any quickstart
> blog about WebRTC with that particular version, possibly with examples
> that are consistent with the Debian usage?
> For client side, SIPml5 is packaged, and I've had discussions with the
> JsSIP guys about packaging.
> For TURN, has anybody tried the TURN server project from Google code?
> It appears more advanced than the existing two TURN servers in Debian
> (e.g. it has database-backed authentication)
> and there is a package in progress:
> SIP Express Router (SER) and Kamailio (OpenSER) - sr-users mailing list
> sr-users at lists.sip-router.org
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