Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS 1.6 is a new book from Packt that will help readers build scalable and robust telephony systems using SIP.Written by Flavio E. Goncalves , this book is a practical guide for those who want to learn to build a SIP provider from scratch using OpenSIPS. It will also help to build a VoIP provider based on the SIP Protocol while catering to scores of subscribers efficiently with a robust telephony system based in pure SIP.
OpenSIPS is a mature Open Source implementation of a SIP server. It is clearly the open source leader in VoIP platforms based on pure SIP with SIP being the most important VoIP protocol. It is the core component of any SIP-based VoIP solution and has a very flexible and customizable routing engine.
Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS 1.6 will give users a competitive edge by helping them to create a SIP infrastructure capable of handling tens of thousands of subscribers. This book starts with basic concepts of SIP as well as SIP routing and goes on to explain advanced features such as authentication, PSTN connectivity, user portals, media server integration, billing, NAT traversal, and monitoring.
Using this book, readers will learn to identify how SIP transactions are routed including initial and sequential requests and accelerating the processing of these requests. They will also learn to install OpenSIPS in a Linux platform and integrate a media server such as Asterisk. Additionally, it will also enable users to monitor their SIP infrastructure to keep it running smoothly.
Packed with rich practical examples and case studies on the latest OpenSIPS version 1.6, this book is ideal for readers who want to learn to build a SIP provider and is also suitable for VoIP providers, large enterprises, and universities. The book is out now and available from Packt. To read more about it, please visit: www.PacktPub.com/building-telephony-systems-with-opensips-1-6/book
|Building Telephony Systems with OpenSIPS 1.6|
|Build scalable and robust telephony systems using SIP
For more information, please visit: www.PacktPub.com/building-telephony-systems-with-opensips-1-6/book