OpenSIPS Was: transceiver won't start; fpga build error
alexander.chemeris at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 16:19:35 UTC 2013
On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 4:20 AM, <stephane at shimaore.net> wrote:
>> Thank you for your patch to make it working with OpenSIPS :) Looking
>> forward for more contributions to the SIP side of things.
> My line of thought is to use OpenSIPS as registrar, with a Redis
> backend. Then use OpenSIPS to route calls, SMS, .. based on the IMSI.
It seems that using OpenSIPS as much as possible is a good way for
scalability, instead of trying to get Freeswitch to scale. At least
that's what I was suggested. So I wonder what we could actually
offload to OpenSIPS.
Do you think we could use OpenSIPS not only as a registrar, but also
as an authentication server?
And what do you think about routing calls with it? I was told that the
best way to get it to scale is to use static routing, i.e. without an
access to an external DB. But now the problem is that subscribers move
from a BTS to a BTS and it can't be completely static. One solution is
to actually have Location Areas as in GSM and use broadcasted SIP
INVITEs in them. Or alternatively we could do some "virtual LA" on SIP
level by creating a layered set of OpenSIPS instances.
SMS is another issue, because it requires a "store and forward"
server. Did you know an existing solution for that? Or is it easier to
just write the thing from scratch :)
CEO, Fairwaves LLC / ООО УмРадио
More information about the UmTRX