Release Notes: This is a major release, bringing out a large set of improvements and new features such as WebSocket support for WebRTC, dozens of IMS modules, embedded provisioning interface, and more. This release is the landmark for the end of Kamailio-SER integration.
Release Notes: This is a major release with a large set of new features, including generic database clustering, an optional Cassandra backend, SIP Outbound and GRUU, MSRP relaying, detection of broken active calls, and an embedded interpreter for managed code (C#).
Release Notes: This is a major release with a large set of new features, such as asynchronous SIP request routing, SDP operations, distributed SIP message queue, JSON support, connectors to REDIS and SQLite databases, partitioned user location service, a SIP traffic capture server, OMA extensions for presence and xcap services, and full CDR storage.
Release Notes: A configuration file caching system. Execution of SQL queries against multiple databases. Execution of config file route blocks on timer. Sending SIP requests from the config file. Performing HTTP queries from the config file. Dialog info presence support (RFC4235). Support for TLS server_name extension. Support for non-blocking logging. Many enhancements to least cost routing (LCR), load balancing (dispatcher), and carrier routing (carrierroute). Access in the config file to both request or reply during transaction processing. Twelve new modules. A Web management interface (SIREMIS).
Release Notes: This release brings a set of new modules: LDAP and Berkeley connectivity, config benchmarking, carrier routing, SIMPLE extensions for Presence, and XCAP. In addition, it has enhancements in NAT traversal scalability, config file flexibility, and helper tools.
Release Notes: This release includes SIMPLE Presence support, SNMP, a Perl API, a Java SIP servlet application server, script variables and transformations, DNS failover, IP blacklists, an XMPP IM gateway, XML-RPC, SIP session timers, secure federation peering, retransmission timer accuracy, and AVPs in reply routes.
Release Notes: This version introduced many new features as well as enhancements in the existing components. dialog, path, siptrace, statistics, osp, and unixodbc modules were included. It also added NAPTR, serial forking in core, TCP/TLS improvements, and statistics. Cacheless usrloc, load balancing with failover support, path support in registrar, raw SQL queries in the config file with results available in AVPS were added to the modules.