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New Developer: Patric Marschall

January 19th, 2015

Kamailio project is glad to announce that a new person got developer GIT write access to repository: Patric Marschall

Working for 1&1 AG, he is going to help maintaining and developing further the modules contributed by this company, among them: carrierroute, p_usrloc, pdb  and userblacklist.

His github profile is available at:

Our warm welcome and looking forward to future work within the project!

New Module: dmq_usrloc

January 14th, 2015

A new module is available in Kamailio development branch: dmq_usrloc

It adds replication of user location records to multiple Kamailio nodes using distributed message queue (dmq) module.

Replication of location records was possible even before using either actions in routing blocks such as t_replicate() or uac_req_send() or relying on presence_reginfo + pua_reginfo modules. Also, using database replication layer or clusters was an option as well.

Integration with dmq offers more flexibility in adding and removing Kamailio nodes from the SIP platform and a simplified configuration file.

The readme of the module is available at:




New Developer: Andrey Rybkin

January 12th, 2015

Kamailio project is glad to announce that a new person got developer GIT write access to repository: Andrey Rybkin

He wrote a new module that allow replication of user location records (usrloc module) to other Kamailio nodes using the distributed message queue (dmq module). His github profile is available at:

Our warm welcome and looking forward to future work within the project!

Kamailio v4.2.2 Released

January 8th, 2015

Kamailio v 4.2Kamailio SIP Server v4.2.2 stable is out – a minor release including fixes in code and documentation since v4.2.0 – configuration file and database compatibility is preserved.

Kamailio (former OpenSER) v4.2.2 is based on the latest version of GIT branch 4.2, therefore those running previous 4.2.x versions are advised to upgrade. There is no change that has to be done to configuration file or database structure comparing with older v4.2.x.

Resources for Kamailio version 4.2.2

Source tarballs are available at:

Detailed changelog:

Download via GIT:

 # git clone git:// kamailio
 # cd kamailio
 # git checkout -b 4.2 origin/4.2

Binaries and packages will be uploaded at:

Modules’ documentation:

What is new in 4.2.x release series is summarized in the announcement of v4.2.0:

Have a great 2015! Looking forward to meeting many of you at Kamailio World 2015!

Kamailio v4.2 Tips

January 5th, 2015

kamailio-tricksDaniel has posted a  series of blog posts with interesting tips specific for Kamailio v4.2.x with a lot of interesting new features and examples. This is really good reading, even if you consider yourself a Kamailian on Guru level!

Here are the links:


Happy New Year!

December 31st, 2014

A very dynamic 2014 for Kamailio has reached its end! Thank you everyone for contributing to it!

Looking forward to 2015, a lot of new features in Kamailio and new contributors! We wish a healthy and prosperous year 2015 to all Kamailio friends, hoping to meet many of you at Kamailio World Conference and other events around the globe!

Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas!

December 24th, 2014

kamailio-project-newsAnother year is getting slowly to the end, an excellent opportunity to thank to all old and new friends of Kamailio project, from contributing code to using it, helping on mailing lists and other places online, or advertising it across the world!







Merry Christmas and Happy Winter Holidays!

Kamailio World 2015 – Call For Speakers

December 18th, 2014

Kamailio World is the conference for realtime communication with Kamailio and related projectsKamailio World Conference – now for the third year in Berlin in 2015!  Submission of presentation proposals for Kamailio World 2015 is open. Deadline for submission is February 15, 2015, notification of accepted proposals will be done latest on February 28, 2015.

Be aware that interesting proposals can be accepted before the deadline, we plan to have two intermediate review sessions before February 15, 2015, announcing any accepted presentations immediately. Therefore it is recommended to send your proposal as soon as possible, do not wait till deadline.

To submit the proposal, fill in the web form at:

The main topic of the conference is Real Time Communications, with the majority of the content being about Kamailio and other open source projects in the area. However, like for the past editions, we welcome very interesting presentations beyond those subjects.

If you are interested to look at the agenda from previous edition, visit:

Happy Winter Holidays! Looking forward to meeting many of you at Kamailio World 2015!

Maintenance Work on Wed, Dec 17, 2014

December 16th, 2014

A short note to say that server availability may be interrupted shortly after 18:00 (Berlin time), on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, due to scheduled maintenance work.

Among affected services:

  • main web site
  • wiki site
  • mailing lists: sr-users, sr-dev and business
  • downloads of tarballs
  • the GIT repository mirror on

Hopefully the downtime will be short and barely noticeable for most of the people!

Main GIT Repository Hosted on Github

December 15th, 2014

Kamailio Development NewsToday we moved the source code management away from an old server to a new infrastructure, based on Github. The main GIT repository that all developers use for development of Kamailio is now on a new address. The web link to it is:

The old server that was hosted by us became very old and is going to be decommissioned very soon.

For users (that cloned read-only from in the past) – it should be no change – just be sure that the DNS change has been propagated to you, because is pointing now to another server which has a real-time clone of Github repository. To know if DNS was updated on your side, browse to:

an you must be directed to Gitlist web interface:

If you end up in an URL with gitweb on it, the DNS cache on your side is still pointing to the old server.

The listed kamailio and sip-router projects are the same (the second is kept for historical reasons and it is a symlink to the first).

Gitweb is also running on the mirror, so the links from the email notifications of old commits are valid:

Once the DNS is updated, pulling/fetching in an existing clone done from should just work.

For developers – it requires to change the remote URL of your local clone to point to Github repository. Github provides access methods  via git/ssh or https: as an example of switching the remote URL to Github repository and do the push via https, got you your local clone directory and do:

git remote set-url origin

Check the change with:

git remote -v

You should see:

origin (push)
origin (fetch)

When you try to push, it should ask you for your Github username and password. For Github repository access, see more details at:

GITHUB OctocatFrom now on all new commits will be pushed to github!

Hopefully the migration is going to be smooth for everyone!