Flexisip is a SIP proxy server implementation compliant to RFC3261, written in C++11.
The project was started by Belledonne Communications in 2011. The focus was to develop a SIP proxy solution easy to install, configure and maintain, and offering “out of the box” all the required features to deploy a SIP service tuned for mobile applications.
FlexiSIP can be integrated into your SIP infrastructure for different purposes :
FLEXISIP in the cloud
Flexisip instances can be deployed on server machines, in order to run a SIP VoIP service.
The free linphone.org SIP service is running with Flexisip since 2011, and enables Linphone users to create their SIP addresses in order to communicate together.
Thanks to its modular architecture and its limited number of required dependencies, Flexisip can perfectly run on small hardwares (embedded systems).
FlexiSIP Push Gateway
Push Gateway is a specific operation mode of FlexiSIP, developed by Belledonne Communications to deliver SIP incoming calls or text messages on mobile device platforms where push notifications are required to receive information while the app is in foreground.
Supporting push notifications was already highly recommended and becomes mandatory on some OS (Windows Phone, iOS10…). The push system is promoted as the efficient, highly reliable, bug-free system to receive information while the phone is off.
FlexiSIP Push Gateway aims at being integrated into existing SIP infrastructures that do not support push notifications, most of the time without any configuration change.
Flexisip has the following main features:
- transports: SIP/UDP, SIP/TCP and SIP/TLS
- nat aware with built-in media relay module and stun server
- digest authentication based on external SQL password database or static password file
- routing based on registrar database or static route file, with forking
- interconnected with push notifications systems for reliably notifying mobile apps of incoming calls or messages
- high level event logging for activity monitoring
- high availability and cluster mode operation for large deployments
Flexisip is distributed for free under the Affero GPLv3 license. The Affero GPL is an open-source license similar to the GNU GPL license, with new conditions adapted to server-side software, mainly that the source code of the software must be made available to users of the service.
Alternate proprietary licensing is possible with commercial agreement. Please contact Belledonne Communications for costs and other service information.
Packages for Debian and Redhat/CentOS are available.
Please read installation instructions on our wiki pages.
Source code is available from git.
git clone git://git.linphone.org/flexisip.git
sofia-sip (BC branch)
git clone -b bc git://git.linphone.org/sofia-sip.git
Flexisip depends on sofia-sip stack, with minor patches applied, kept on git.linphone.org repository under "BC" branch.
oRTP is also a required dependency.
Documentation is available from our wiki:
To learn more about our Push Gateway solution, see our documentation : FlexiSIP Push Gateway
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