Quick Start to OpenSIPS 3.1/3.2
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OpenSIPS is one of the most popular open-source SIP servers in the market. The project started in 2008 as a fork of the SER project and it has evolved with new versions every year
The SIP and OpenSIPS skill is one of the most valuable for those pursuing a career in the telecommunication market. It is not hard to find jobs in this area with six-figures.

With OpenSIPS you can:

  • Register Users
  • Make Calls
  • Manipulate any header or body of the message
  • Route thousands of calls per second based on millions of prefix entries using Dynamic Routing
  • Route according to the quality of the call
  • Load balance Asterisk/FreeSwitch servers
  • Handle anycast scenarios
  • Support millions of subscribers in a single server
  • Translate IPv4 to IPv6

While this course was created to be a preparation course for the OpenSIPS Bootcamp, it is an excellent introductory course to OpenSIPS.

Objectives

By the end of this training, you should be able to:

  • Install OpenSIPS in a Debian 10 server
  • Understand the basics of the opensips.cfg file
  • Build a simple system capable to make calls between phones and a gateway
  • Attend the OpenSIPS Bootcamp following the required prerequisites

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to SIP
  • Introduction to OpenSIPS
  • Installation
  • Set OpenSIPS to start automatically
  • Building a simple system
  • Register several phones
  • Make calls between phones
  • Make calls to a gateway

Who this course is for:

  • People interested to build high volume communication applications
  • ITSPs employess
  • IP PBX managers
  • IP PBX, Session Border Controllers and SoftSwitch developers

What you’ll learn

  • Install an OpenSIPS server, register phones make a call one to another, from and to a PSTN

HOMEPAGE – https://www.udemy.com/course/quick-start-to-opensips/

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