Posts Tagged ‘ser’

IRC Devel Meeting, Apr 14, 15:00UTC

April 12th, 2010

Next IRC meeting for Kamailio (OpenSER) and SIP Router is going to take place next Wednesday, April 14, 15:00UTC, 2010.

The channel is: #sip-router on server

Manny members of development team announced the presence, you are welcome to join and participate to discussions. A draft agenda is available at:

VUC – Listen the SIP Router Project Podcast

March 20th, 2010

On March 19, 2010, starting at 16:00GMT, for more than 2 hours, VoIP User Conference was hosting a session about SIP Router Project and Kamailio 3.0.

You can listen to the podcast at:

The discussion was moderated by Randolph ‘Randy’ Resnick with participation of:

Do not forget the 24 hours Voipathlon, Friday next week, March 26, 2010:

Present and Future of SIP Routing, London

March 3rd, 2010

Present and Future of SIP Routing, London, UK, March 9, 2010 is dedicated event focused on Kamailio (OpenSER) and SIP Router projects

Main focus to present the last stable versions and what is new in development branch, with invited people from companies using SER-based applications to offer services and products for IP communication.

More details are posted at:

Meet the project in March 2010

March 1st, 2010

Members of Kamailio (OpenSER) and SIP Router projects participate at several VoIP Events in March 2010. Drop an email to or in case you want to meet at following events:

  • CeBIT 2010, Hannover, Germany, March 2-6 – you can meet Daniel-Constantin Mierla, Elena-Ramona Modroiu, Marcus Hunger and Carsten Bock from Kamailio Management Board
  • Social Networking Dinner, London, UK, March 9, tied to Present and Future of SIP Routing (London, UK, March 9, more details) and UC Expo (London, UK, March 10-11)
  • Social Networking Dinner, Berlin, Germany, March 25, tied to Kamailio SIP Router Masterclass

Stay tuned for more updates about Kamailio and SIP Router projects!

New features in development branch

February 23rd, 2010

A bit more than one month since first official release of branch 3.0 and the development branch includes lot of new features:

  • seven new modules
  • additions to pv, blst, uac, xlog and tm modules
  • new parameters in core

Among new things: config file step-by-step debugger, Lua and Python API for config file, message queues and in-memory tree data containers. See more at:

Kamailio v1.5.4 Released

February 2nd, 2010

Kamailio v1.5.4 is out – a minor release of the branch 1.5, including fixes since v1.5.3 – configuration file and database compatibility is preserved…

A new release in 1.5 series is out. Kamailio (OpenSER) 1.5.4 is based on the latest version of branch 1.5, including many fixes in code and documentation, therefore those running 1.5.0, 1.5.1, 1.5.2 or 1.5.3 are advised to upgrade.

Note that latest stable version of the project is Kamailio 3.0.0, released on Janaury 11, 2010. It is highly recommended to upgrade directly to latest stable release to benefit of most actual fixes and features. More details about 3.0.0 at:

The 1.5 branch is still officially maintained by development team until release of v3.1.0.

Source tarballs are available at:

Detailed changelog:

Download via SVN:

svn co kamailio

Tag for this release can be browsed at:

Project site at (still using old name):

Binaries and packages will be uploaded at:

Modules’ documentation:

What is new in 1.5.x release series is summarized in the announcement of v1.5.0:

Note: Kamailio is the new name of OpenSER project. First version under Kamailio name was 1.4.0. Older versions will continue to use OpenSER name.

FOSDEM 2010 Brussels

January 29th, 2010

There will be a lightning talk about Kamailio (OpenSER) 3.0.0 on the main track at FOSDEM 2010, the annual meeting of free and open source developers.

It is already a tradition that folks around Kamailio (OpenSER) and projects meet in Brussels to plan the year. Last time we crafted the SIP Router integration plan, which seemed impossible to be doable in an usual release cycle, but it was with luck, 3.0.0 is already out there.
So, as usually, Friday evening is the FOSDEM beer event and Saturday evening is Kamailio (OpenSER) dinner. If you want to join, drop an email to reserve you a seat and send location details, at miconda [at]
You will have the opportunity to meet some of project’s developers:
  • Daniel-Constantin Mierla
  • Henning Westerholt
  • Elena-Ramona Modroiu
  • Marius Zbihlei
  • Olivier Taylor
  • Dan Bogos
  • Olle E Johansson (still to be confirmed)
Several other community members registered, seems it will be a crowded place. For sure we’ll have fun. See some pictures from previous similar events:
Hope to meet many of you in Brussels!

Siremis v1.0.0 Released

January 18th, 2010

Siremis v1.0.0 is out – web management interface for Kamailio (OpenSER) 3.0.0

A new version of SIREMIS Web Management Interface for Kamailio (former OpenSER) and SIP Router is available as v1.0.0.

Siremis enables straightforward management of subscriber profiles, least cost routing and load balancing rules, communication at runtime with the SIP server, displays monitoring charts.

You find detailed list of feature, download and documentation at:

v1.0.0 is a major release introducing many new features:

  • presence service management – watchers, active watchers and presentity
  • sip trace view – access sip_trace module records, highlight headers and group by call-id
  • user location statistics charts – online user agents, supported SIP methods, contacts and nat related charts
  • update of the core components to latest stable versions
  • update to work with latest Kamailio (OpenSER) v3.0.0
  • patch to work with older Kamailio (OpenSER) v1.5.x
  • time-based X-axis for charts print labels as HH:MM
  • charts types supported: line, line dot and area

Some screenshots specific for this version:

The SIP Router Project

November 4th, 2008

The project launched Nov 04, 2008 – join of Kamailio (OpenSER) and SIP Express Router (SER).

The SIP Router Project aims to build a solid open source SIP routing platform, based on collaboration of the SIP Express Router (SER) and Kamailio (OpenSER) teams.

Developers of these two projects believe that an united and non-conflicting environment will bring many benefits, to them, community members and companies.

  • bring together the developers and user communities of both projects
  • reduce maintenance overhead
  • avoid duplicated efforts in development
  • develop a core framework that is flexible, extensible and scalable
  • promote and build a solid open source SIP server project
  • ensure business credibility
  • make future forking undesirable, this harms everybody, affects credibility and business

You are welcome to join! Visit:

Mailing list:

There will be a meeting for concluding the collaboration and kick start the integration. Everybody is welcome to join. See more details: