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Want to learn Kamailio? - there are beginner and advanced classes coming up! Want to meet Kamailio users and developers? Check this list of coming events where we will show up!

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We have decided to obsolete the "purple" and "iptrtpproxy" modules in Kamailio. There are no developers maintaining them and they don't compile any longer. If you are interested in stepping up as a maintainer and need these modules, please let your voice be heard on the sr-dev mailing list.
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Many Kamailio modules support database through our system of database drivers.

Looking for our database schemas? You’ll find them in the docs of course! Schema files for various databases can be found in the source code.

acc. This table is used by the ACC module to report on transactions - accounted calls. More information is available at: http://www.kamailio.org/docs/modules/devel/acc.html. acc_cdrs. This table is used by the ACC module to report on CDRs relying on dialog callbacks.
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Did you know that we have a FAQ - a list of frequently asked questions about Kamailio - on the wiki? Check it out!

This page is open for contributions, you must create an user account via registration form: https://www.kamailio.org/wiki/start?do=register. If you have a question suitable for FAQ and you don't know the answer, add it and set the answer to 'TBA', others can read it and give the right answer.
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Kamailio 4.4.4 is out! This is a minor bugfix update that will require no modifications of your configuration or database. Upgrade your server now!

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Have you discovered the AUTH module? It's amazing - you can of course authenticate with databases, but if you check out the PV based authentication you realise that you're able to use any backend for authentication - LDAP, Active Directory, restful services with JSON, text files...

Read the docs and learn more!

http://kamailio.org/docs/modules/4.4.x/modules/auth.html
This is a generic module that itself doesn't provide all functions necessary for authentication but provides functions that are needed by all other authentication related modules (so called authentication backends). We decided to divide the authentication code into several modules because there ...
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This is getting exciting! The development code is now frozen, which means that no new functions will be committed to the master - only bug fixes and documentation.
Please help the developers by downloading the development code from GIT and test it with your configuration in your network and with your 3rd party applications. Thank you for assisting in making this a great release!

https://www.kamailio.org/wiki/install/devel/git
Main author: Daniel-Constantin Mierla Support: . This is a step by step tutorial about how to install and maintain Kamailio SIP server development version using the sources downloaded from GIT repository - the choice for those willing to write code for Kamailio or to try the ...
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Our project leader Daniel wishes everyone a Happy Christmas and hints about the coming 5.0 release! 
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Kamailio is a very modular software. We have a long list of modules, some very big, some adding a whole new set of functionality and some very small, just enabling a feature in the core (like DNSsec). New modules are added in every release and we have a few new ones in development for the coming release (hint, hint).

Tell us about a module you like or you did not know about prior to reading about it in our docs! Check this list!

Module, Description, Status. ACC, Accounting module, released. ACC_RADIUS, Accounting module for RADIUS backend, released. ALIAS_DB, Database aliases module, released. APP_JAVA, Execute embedded Java applications, released. APP_LUA, Execute embedded Lua scripts, released.
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Kamailio has a lot of database drivers - from fancy no-SQL databases to traditional databases. In addition we have one very special write-only driver for writing a massive amount of call logs to text files - db_flatstore. Check it out!

Db_flatstore is one of the Kamailio database modules. It does not export any functions executable from the configuration scripts, but it exports a subset of functions from the database API and thus other modules can use it as a database driver, instead of, for example, the db_mysql module.
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Snaps, Kamailio and Daniel - a winning mix! Read about how Daniel won the TadHack prize by building snaps for Kamailio - and learn what snaps are and how they work!
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A new module is coming to Kamailio! At this point, you'll find it in the git source code for development - but it will be part of the next Kamailio release.
Rabbit MQ / AMQP integration into your configuration scripts! Create great applications by integrating the MQ message handling into your Kamailio server!
Read more on our web site
https://www.kamailio.org/w/2016/09/new-module-rabbitmq/ 
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The Open Source SIP Server
Introduction
Kamailio (former OpenSER) is an Open Source SIP Server released under GPL, able to handle thousands of call setups per second. Among features: asynchronous TCP, UDP and SCTP, secure communication via TLS for VoIP (voice, video); IPv4 and IPv6; SIMPLE instant messaging and presence with embedded XCAP server and MSRP relay; ENUM; DID and least cost routing; load balancing; routing fail-over; accounting, authentication and authorization; support for many backend systems such as MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, Radius, LDAP, Redis, Cassandra; XMLRPC control interface, SNMP monitoring. It can be used to build large VoIP platforms or to scale up SIP-to-PSTN gateways, PBX systems or media servers like Asterisk™, FreeSWITCH™ or SEMS.