[pjsip] Fwd: My application with sip

Gang Liu gangban.lau at gmail.com
Fri May 23 03:14:53 EDT 2014


I don't think so  freeswitch could be easy  to handle 1000 INVITE/sec.

regards,
Gang


On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 3:04 PM, Blend <83962496 at qq.com> wrote:

> you also can consider freeswitch:)
>
> 在 2014年5月23日,11:17,Gang Liu <gangban.lau at gmail.com> 写道:
>
> You could consider use kamailio as a sipproxy to handle REGISTER and NAT
> and your simple call flow.  1000 REGISTER/sec not too much.
> If you want to more control call flow, you can write a B2BUA to handling
> 1000 calls/sec.
>
> regards,
> Gang
>
>
> On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 9:14 AM, 许波 <xinlanbobo at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Thanks for your reply.
>>
>> My application is required in a  Video surveillance system.  In this
>> system, the  signaling layer interaction must use SIP.  So my
>> application is not just a SIP registrar. It should handle the registrations
>> from clients(IP Camera or User Client), then it also can accept and forward
>> the INVITE requests between different clients.  Moreover ,the application
>> should forward the video/audio media streaming, but it doesn't need to
>> code/decode, it can only forward the RTP packets.
>>
>> For more details:
>> -The system topology hiding for  private networks.
>>
>> - I need a subscriber database to store the clients information. When
>> clients register to my application, it should verify password stored in
>> database. When recieve INVITE requests, the application can forward between
>> online clients.
>>
>> -This specific call flow is a  requirement in my video surveillance
>> system, it's not a specialized telecommunications application. And  my
>> application should fullfill the Performance Testing:
>> 1000 Registers per second, 1000 Invite Requests per second, it also needs
>> to  forwards the media streaming until bandwidth comes to 50% of the
>> maximum.
>>
>> May be this is complex, or I have not  described clearly. Looking forward
>> to the replys.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Bob
>>
>>
>> 2014-05-19 3:44 GMT+08:00 Luke B <eat.lemons at gmail.com>:
>>
>> More detail on what your trying to accomplish would be useful;
>>>
>>> - Do you require b2bua for the network topology? UA's registering behind
>>> NAT for example or Topology hiding for public/private networks etc..
>>> - Are you looking to create a SIP application server with a subscriber
>>> database?
>>> - Is this specific call flow a requirement to test client interworking?
>>>
>>> As bill said, the above could be created with Kamailio/OpenSER or
>>> Asterisk/Freeswitch to handle registrations.
>>>
>>> If what you're trying to accomplish is a SIP registrar with one of the
>>> above, it's outside of the scope of this mailing - feel free to email me
>>> directly if you after any more info on that subject/
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> Luke.
>>>
>>>
>>> On 18 May 2014 16:26, Bill Gardner <billg at wavearts.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>  What you have diagrammed is a SIP registrar, for that you can use
>>>> Kamailio. If you want a B2BUA you can build that easily with pjsip but it
>>>> would not handle registration messages.
>>>>
>>>> Bill
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 5/18/2014 9:50 AM, 许波 wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>  Hi, everyone.
>>>> I'm working with sip.
>>>> I need to realize the following:
>>>> <tcmime.17291.17477.86216.bin>
>>>>
>>>> I think it will be a B2BUA or may be not.
>>>>
>>>> If I develop the application using PJSIP, how can I begin quickly?
>>>> Please give me some suggestions.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks a lot,
>>>> Bob.
>>>>
>>>>
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