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README.md

Opensips

"multi-functional, multi-purpose signaling SIP server used by carriers, telecoms or ITSPs for solutions like Class4/5 Residential Platforms, Trunking / Wholesale, Enterprise / Virtual PBX Solutions, Session Border Controllers, Application Servers, Front-End Load Balancers, IMS Platforms, Call Centers, and many others" - opensips.org

Opensips introduction , Installation and menuconfig - https://telecom.altanai.com/2018/06/06/opensips/

Types of routes

  1. route
  2. branch_route
  3. failure_route
  4. onreply_route
  5. error_route
  6. local_route
  7. startup_route
  8. timer_route
  9. event_route

This repo conains examples of opensips configuration files. An opensips.cfg contains parameters that control the OpenSIPS core and modules. Also congains call routing logic.

Configuration

To test validation of cfg file run run -C which returns 0 if ok and -1 if faulty

opensips -C opensips.cfg

After instalaltion check the version of opensips

opensips -V
version: opensips 1.11.9-tls (x86_64/linux)
flags: STATS: On, USE_IPV6, USE_TCP, USE_TLS, DISABLE_NAGLE, USE_MCAST, SHM_MEM, SHM_MMAP, PKG_MALLOC, F_MALLOC, FAST_LOCK-ADAPTIVE_WAIT
ADAPTIVE_WAIT_LOOPS=1024, MAX_RECV_BUFFER_SIZE 262144, MAX_LISTEN 16, MAX_URI_SIZE 1024, BUF_SIZE 65535
poll method support: poll, epoll_lt, epoll_et, sigio_rt, select.
git revision: 5f61644
main.c compiled on 20:29:43 Jun 29 2018 with gcc 4.8

To run

opensips -E opensips.cfg -E

note : match the opensips version with module version to avoid usuage of depricate functiosn or params . Infact opensips itsefl throws a warhning when incompatible version of core and modules are loaded together such as

Jul  5 08:53:49 [13720] ERROR:core:version_control: module version mismatch for signaling; core: opensips 2.2.7 (x86_64/linux); module: opensips 3.0.0-beta (x86_64/linux)

or

Jul  5 10:41:01 [17058] ERROR:core:version_control: module compile flags mismatch for signaling  
core: STATS: On, DISABLE_NAGLE, USE_MCAST, SHM_MMAP, PKG_MALLOC, F_MALLOC, FAST_LOCK-ADAPTIVE_WAIT 
module: STATS: On, EXTRA_DEBUG, DISABLE_NAGLE, USE_MCAST, NO_DEBUG, NO_LOG, SHM_MMAP, PKG_MALLOC, HP_MALLOC, DBG_MALLOC, FAST_LOCK-FUTEX-NOSMP, USE_PTHREAD_MUTEX, USE_POSIX_SEM, USE_SYSV_SEM, DBG_LOCK

note : every change in cfg requires server restart

opensips commands

using version 2.2.7 Usage: opensips -l address [-l address ...] [options] Options: -f file Configuration file (default /etc/opensips/opensips.cfg) -c Check configuration file for errors -C Similar to '-c' but in addition checks the flags of exported functions from included route blocks -l address Listen on the specified address/interface (multiple -l mean listening on more addresses).
The address format is [proto:]addr[:port], where proto=udp|tcp and addr= host|ip_address|interface_name. E.g: -l locahost, -l udp:127.0.0.1:5080, -l eth0:5062 The default behavior is to listen on all the interfaces. -n processes Number of worker processes to fork per UDP interface(default: 8) -r Use dns to check if is necessary to add a "received=" field to a via -R Same as -r but use reverse dns; (to use both use -rR) -v Turn on "via:" host checking when forwarding replies -d Debugging mode (multiple -d increase the level) -D Run in debug mode -F Daemon mode, but leave main process foreground -E Log to stderr -N processes Number of TCP worker processes (default: equal to -n) -W method poll method -V Version number -h This help message -b nr Maximum receive buffer size which will not be exceeded by auto-probing procedure even if OS allows -m nr Size of shared memory allocated in Megabytes -M nr Size of pkg memory allocated in Megabytes -w dir Change the working directory to "dir" (default "/") -t dir Chroot to "dir" -u uid Change uid -g gid Change gid -P file Create a pid file -G file Create a pgid file

opensip routes

Request route Branch route Failure route Reply route Local route Start up route Timer route Event route Error route

In addition to main route opensips can have multiple sub routes with names such as route[name ] { ... }

opensipsctl

command line utility for opensips

Existing commands:

-- command 'start|stop|restart|trap'

trap ............................... trap with gdb OpenSIPS processes restart ............................ restart OpenSIPS start .............................. start OpenSIPS stop ............................... stop OpenSIPS

-- command 'acl' - manage access control lists (acl)

acl show [] .............. show user membership acl grant ....... grant user membership () acl revoke [] .... grant user membership(s) ()

-- command 'cr' - manage carrierroute tables

cr show ....................................................... show tables cr reload ..................................................... reload tables cr dump ....................................................... show in memory tables cr addrt <routing_tree_id> <routing_tree> ..................... add a tree cr rmrt <routing_tree> ....................................... rm a tree cr addcarrier <scan_prefix> <rewrite_host> ................ <rewrite_prefix> <rewrite_suffix> ............... .........................add a carrier (prob, strip, rewrite_prefix, rewrite_suffix,................... flags, mask and comment are optional arguments) ............... cr rmcarrier <scan_prefix> ................ rm a carrier

-- command 'rpid' - manage Remote-Party-ID (RPID)

rpid add ......... add rpid for a user () rpid rm ................. set rpid to NULL for a user () rpid show ............... show rpid of a user

-- command 'add|passwd|rm' - manage subscribers

add .......... add a new subscriber () passwd ......... change user's password () rm ...................... delete a user (*)

-- command 'add|dump|reload|rm|show' - manage address

address show ...................... show db content address dump ...................... show cache content address reload .................... reload db table into cache address add [<context_info>] [] ....................... add a new entry ....................... (from_pattern and tag are optional arguments) address rm ............... remove all entries ....................... for the given grp ip mask port

-- command 'dr' - manage dynamic routing

  • Examples: dr addgw '1' 10 '192.168.2.2' 0 '' 'GW001' 0 'first_gw'
  •       dr addgw '2' 20 '192.168.2.3' 0 '' 'GW002' 0 'second_gw'
    
  •       dr rmgw 2
    
  •       dr addgrp 'alice' 'example.com' 10 'first group'
    
  •       dr rmgrp 1
    
  •       dr addcr 'cr_1' '10' 0 'CARRIER_1' 'first_carrier'
    
  •       dr rmcr 1
    
  •       dr addrule '10,20' '+1' '20040101T083000' 0 0 '1,2' 'NA_RULE' 'NA routing'
    
  •       dr rmgrule 1
    

dr show ............................ show dr tables dr addgw

<pri_prefix> <probe_mode> ................................. add gateway dr rmgw ....................... delete gateway dr addgrp ................................. add gateway group dr rmgrp ...................... delete gateway group dr addcr ........................... add carrier dr rmcr ....................... delete carrier dr addrule ................................. add rule dr rmrule ................. delete rule dr reload .......................... reload dr tables dr gw_status ....................... show gateway status dr carrier_status .................. show carrier status

-- command 'dispatcher' - manage dispatcher

  • Examples: dispatcher addgw 1 sip:1.2.3.1:5050 '' 0 50 'og1' 'Outbound Gateway1'
  •        dispatcher addgw 2 sip:1.2.3.4:5050 '' 0 50 'og2' 'Outbound Gateway2'
    
  •        dispatcher rmgw 4
    

dispatcher show ..................... show dispatcher gateways dispatcher reload ................... reload dispatcher gateways dispatcher dump ..................... show in memory dispatcher gateways dispatcher addgw [description] .......................... add gateway dispatcher rmgw ................ delete gateway

-- command 'registrant' - manage registrants

  • Examples: registrant add sip:opensips.org '' sip:user@opensips.org '' user password sip:user@localhost '' 3600 '' registrant show ......................... show registrant table registrant dump ......................... show registrant status registrant add <third_party_registrant> <binding_URI> <binding_params> <forced_socket> . add a registrant registrant rm ........................... removes the entire registrant table registrant rmaor ................... removes the gived aor id

-- command 'cisco_restart' - restart CISCO phone (NOTIFY)

cisco_restart ................ restart phone configured for

-- command 'online' - dump online users from memory

online ............................. display online users

-- command 'monitor' - show internal status

monitor ............................ show server's internal status

-- command 'ping' - ping a SIP URI (OPTIONS)

ping ......................... ping with SIP OPTIONS

-- command 'ul|alias' - manage user location or aliases

ul show []................ show in-RAM online users ul show --brief..................... show in-RAM online users in short format ul rm [].... delete user's usrloc entries ul add ............ introduce a permanent usrloc entry ul add .. introduce a temporary usrloc entry

-- command 'fifo'

fifo ............................... send raw FIFO command

Ref :

Opensips Module - https://telecom.altanai.com/2018/07/19/opensips-modules/ Opensips as SIP gateway - https://telecom.altanai.com/2018/01/16/opensips-modules-2/

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