LATEST BUILD

1.0.3-10.fc21

OWNER

(Rawhide)

PACKAGE TREE

python-sippy

B2BUA (back-to-back user agent) SIP call controlling component
  • Overview
  • Builds
  • Updates
  • Bugs
  • Contents
  • Changelog
  • Sources

Description

This ia a RFC3261-compliant Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Back-to-back user agent (B2BUA) server software. The B2BUA is a SIP call controlling component. Unlike a SIP proxy server, which only maintains transaction state, the B2BUA maintains complete call state and participates in all call requests. For this reason it can perform number of functions that are not possible to implement using SIP proxy, such as for example accurate call accounting, pre-paid rating and billing, fail over call routing etc. Unlike PBX-type solutions such as Asterisk for example, the B2BUA doesn't perform any media relaying or processing, therefore it doesn't introduce any additional packet loss, delay or jitter into the media path.

Active Releases Overview

Release Latest Released Version Version in Testing
{{html release}} 
{{html stable_version}} {{html testing_version}}

Upstream Summary

Project Homepage

http://b2bua.org/

History

buildsys.tag

sharkcz's python-sippy-1.0.3-10.fc21 tagged into f22-Beta by pbrobinson (s390)

Details 4 days ago - 2015-04-21 13:45:11

buildsys.tag

karsten's python-sippy-1.0.3-10.fc21 tagged into f22-Beta by pbrobinson (ppc)

Details 4 days ago - 2015-04-21 13:36:31

buildsys.package.list.change

Package list change for python-sippy: 'f22-Beta' (s390)

Details 4 days ago - 2015-04-21 11:47:48

buildsys.package.list.change

Package list change for python-sippy: 'f22-Beta' (ppc)

Details 4 days ago - 2015-04-21 11:45:41

buildsys.tag

pbrobinson's python-sippy-1.0.3-10.fc21 tagged into f22-Beta by pbrobinson (arm)

Details 4 days ago - 2015-04-21 10:49:47

Found a bug? File a ticket. Note: There's some caching going on here. If you expect something and don't see it, check back in 5 minutes.

This Web Site is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License. You may get sources for the current running code from these repositories: