[Users] OpenSER + RTPProxy as Session Border Controller (SBC)
sip.nslu at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 14:58:43 CEST 2007
It is possible to use OpenSER + RTProxy as a small Session Border Controller.
However, the RTP Proxy does _not_ signal to the SIP Proxy, if a RTP
On RTP Session timeout, the RTP Proxy will clean up the session by itself.
There's no mechanism in OpenSER to terminate a call. There is a patch
in the tracker that will add this ability to OpenSER. You can use the
sst module to enforce periodic reINVITES between the two parties.
On 4/12/07, Martin Klisch <martin at campus-merseburg.de> wrote:
> is it possible to use OpenSER + RTProxy as a small Session Border Controller?
> I want to pass ALL calls to an extra OpenSER+RTPProxy, so ALL calls use
> RTP Sessions via RTPProxy. Can the RTP Proxy signal to the SIP Proxy, if a
> RTP Session timeouts, so the SIP Proxy can signal a BYE to both legs of
> the call?
> I need something like this, to not account timeouted calls. For example
> broken calls, which never end.
> any other ideas? professional session border controllers are very very
> very expensive.
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