J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Kamailio training course contentsWhat is Kamailio?
What is SER? SER history, OpenSER, versions. Kamailio. Supported platforms, SIP review.
Hands on: Simple SIP telephony without a SIP server.
Downloading Kamailio, Installation from source, package installation, CVS, default passwords
Hands on: Kamailio installation.
Starting, stopping and controlling Kamailio. Starting Kamailio automatically at boot time.
Hands on: Controlling the server
Hands on: SIP telephony with Kamailio.
Logs, xlog, openserctl, syslog.
Hands on: Logging.
Kamailio core, Kamailio modules, file locations, persistent data storage, database structure.
Hands on: Database integration.
Keywords, values, parameters, functions, routing blocks, constructs.
Hands on: Advanced Kamailio configuration.
Overview of modules available, AAA integration, least cost routing. Redirects
Hands on: Configuring modules.
DNS integration, peering, OSP, NAT traversal, SIP to GSM.
Hands on: peering.
Altering tables to work with Asterisk, Asterisk as a voicemail system. Design issues, High availability.
Hands on: Integrating Kamailio with Asterisk.
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