[OpenSIPS-Users] B2BUA modules Status

Antonio Anderson Souza antonioams at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 17:32:56 CEST 2010

Hi Anca,

Thank you very much for the status, We're alredy started to develop the
solution using the B2B modules.

Opensips Rocks!!!

Best regards,

Antonio Anderson Souza
Voice Technology

On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Anca Vamanu <anca at opensips.org> wrote:

> Hi Antonio,
> The topology hiding part has been exhaustively tested and is considered to
> be stable. The refer sceanario that you want to use is very simple and it
> doesn't contain much more code above the topology hiding part. So, I think
> that it is safe to consider opensips b2b an option in the time frame that
> you have. You should of course test it completely. But if any problem
> appears, report it on the list and I will fix it.
> Regards,
> --
> Anca Vamanu
> www.voice-system.ro
> Antonio Anderson Souza wrote:
>> Dear Bogdan, and Anca,
>> We from Voice Technology have a big project in a Brazilian Carrier and
>> we'll need to use the B2B modules, due we have to treat the Refer in the
>> Opensips to transfer a Call to a next peer.
>> The whole scenario is firstly the Opensips will route the Call
>> MediaServer, and after the IVR treatment the Call must be routed to the Call
>> Center, so the IVR will send a Refer to execute the transfer, and Opensips
>> (with B2B modules) must handle the Refer to send the Call to the next peer
>> (Call center in the scenario).
>> I already studied the B2B modules and in my understanding it can handle
>> this scenario perfectly, the big question is how long this modules are far
>> from a stable version? it will become Stable in Opensips 1.6 or only in 1.7?
>> How can we help to get these modules stable?
>> In your opinion can we count on these modules to our project (the project
>> time frame is about 3 months)?
>> Best regards,
>> Antonio Anderson Souza
>> Voice Technology
>> http://www.antonioams.com
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