OpenSS7 is an implementation of the Signalling System Number 7 protocol stack as specified by ITU-T, ETSI, ANSI, and other standards bodies. It derives primarily from an implementation of the ITU-T Q.700-series recommendations on Signalling System No. 7.
|Tags||Communications Telephony Internet Phone|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX|
Release Notes: The ability to strip out major documentation build and installation was added, primarily for embedded targets. Improvements were made to the common build process for embedded and cross-compile targets. Cross-compile fixes were made by stripping out the "AC_FUNC_REALLOC" macro when cross-compiling. RPM spec files are converted to a common approach for major subpackages. Higher performance was achieved and performance papers were updated. The references database for manual pages and roff documents was updated. The license was changed to AGPL 3.
Release Notes: The SCTP, STREAMS, and ISDN components were updated.