Flexible and powerful SIP (RFC3261) proxy/server enabling easy VoIP service creation. With a modular architecture, OpenSER can be customized to fit the needs of deploying carrier grade as well as residential services.<\p>
DocumentationUser refernece in HTML from http://openser.org/index.php#docs
released on 19 October 2016
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