[SR-Users] Alternate to FoHSS for Kamailio IMS?

Carsten Bock carsten at ng-voice.com
Fri Jan 14 13:13:09 CET 2022


did you check the Cx Support in Open5GS?

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Am Do., 13. Jan. 2022 um 21:26 Uhr schrieb Simon,Benjamin T <bsimon4 at ufl.edu

> Hello,
> We are attempting to setup an instance of Kamailio to serve as an IMS
> for a test setup of 4G/5G NSA with Open5GS.
> The instructions on the Kamailio wiki and provided by Open5GS
> currently specify to use FoHSS as the HSS solution for Kamailio IMS. As
> this HSS solution has not seen significant development in a few years
> we are reticent to deploy it on our implementation.
> Is there an alternative open source HSS which can be deployed to serve
> as the HSS for Kamailio instead of FoHSS, and would there need to be
> any adjustments to Kamailio to reflect the deployment of this HSS
> instead of FoHSS?
> Thank you,
> Benjamin Simon
> Research Assistant
> Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research, University of Florida
> Email: bsimon4 at ufl.edu
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