[OpenSIPS-Users] Register to Cisco call manager on behalf of clients
govoiper at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 15:34:30 CET 2016
I am wondering that even if you accomplish it one way or another wouldn't
you be limited by the number of ports a system can handle per OpenSIPS box
On Mar 13, 2016 7:25 PM, "Adrian Georgescu" <ag at ag-projects.com> wrote:
> If you get rid of CUCM, your life would be much much easier.
> > On 25 Feb 2016, at 05:11, Chen-Che Huang <acmicrox at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > We are attempting to use to OpenSIPS to connect to Cisco unified call
> > manager (abbreviated as CUCM). The architecture looks like ``clients <->
> > OpenSIPS outbound proxy <-> CUCM''
> > Clients register and make calls to CUCM via OpenSIPS outbound proxy. Due
> > the limitation of CUCM, for each client, the OpenSIPS outbound proxy
> > to use a separate port to register to CUCM (CUCM does not allow different
> > clients to register using the same IP:port).
> > To address this issue, we would like to modify the source code of
> > (we know the license issue and will release the modified code if we
> > accomplish it). The idea of modification is that we would create
> > inside OpenSIPS and write some APIs to interact with the main processes.
> > example, when the main process finished handling a request, it will use
> > API to make the request be sent to the CUCM by our created process; when
> > receiving the response from CUCM, our created process to use the API to
> > delegate the main process to handle the response.
> > In short, we hope that our created processes won't affect the operations
> > the main process while achieving our goal. I am seeking any comments on
> > issue. Any response is greatly appreciated.
> > Best regards,
> > Chen-Che
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