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Session Initiation Protocol(SIP)

The Session Initiation Protocol(SIP) is an signaling protocol widely used for controlling communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet Protocol(IP).

About Features

SIP protocol in Yate

TLS and SRTP in Yate

Main configuration file for SIP module in Yate.

How Yate processes SIP request methods and how to enable methods that are not handled by default.

SIP features module that implements SUBSCRIBE and NOTIFY Methods.

Route to a SIP channel and a SIP Line.

Implementation and SIP Client features in Yate

SIP features module that implements SUBSCRIBE and NOTIFY methods.

How to do configurations related to DTMFs in SIP channel.

How to configure Yate to handle a SIP attended call transfer for an unknown call leg in the cluster node.

Yate provides a protection mechanism against several types of SIP flood attacks.

Describes how Yate can be used as a SIP session border controller.

Use this message to initiate the transmission of a SIP request.

Feature used in a routing module that allows Yate to query CNAM and LNP databases over the SIP protocol.

Resolving SIP traversal problem by Yate.

Example on how to handle custom SIP requests.

H323 Protocol

H.323 is a standard that specifies the components, protocols and procedures that provide multimedia communication services - real-time audio, video, and data communications - over packet-based networks.

About Features

Configuration file used to configure H323 protocol in Yate

Installing and compiling OpenH323 - stable version to use with Yate

How to compile Yate with H323plus support - unstable version to use with Yate

Configure H323 Gatekeeper And Multiple Endpoint Server

Configure in Yate H323 To SIP Signalling Proxy

Describes DTMFs send related to h323 channel.

Media Gateway Control Protocol(MGCP)

Media Gateway Control Protocol is a signalling and call control protocol used within Voice over IP (VoIP) systems that typically inter-operate with the public switched telephone network (PSTN).

About Features

This module implements the Call Agent part of MGCP allowing Yate to control analog or digital Media Gateways

Inter-Asterisk eXchange(IAX/IAX2)

IAX2 is a VoIP protocol that carries both signaling and media on the same port.

About Features

Main configuration file for IAX channel module in Yate.

Setup to configure Yate as a IAX Server and YateClient as a IAX client

JINGLE Protocol

Jingle - Google talk/Google voice.

About Features

How to configure JINGLE module in Yate

How to configure a Jabber Client with Jingle Yate Server

Learn how to route calls to contacts using Gmail account in accfile.conf

JABBER or XMPP(Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol)

Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol(XMPP) is a communications protocol for message-oriented middleware based on XML(Extensible Markup Language).

About Features

Configuring Yate as a Jabber Client

Configuring Yate as a Jabber Server

The features for Jabber Server

Describes the steps to follow to build a Jabber server using Yate.

SS7 Protocol suite

Signaling System #7 (also known as C7) is a suite of communication protocols used in national and international telephony networks to provide signaling of calls and additional services.

Please read our Introduction to SS7 to get the basic concepts. This can help you find out what components exist in a SS7 network, how they interact and which ones you need.

About Features

SS7 Introduction

Terminology for Yate implementation of SS7

List on SS7 components inplemented in Yate.

To connect to another SS7 network you will need to configure some parameters so the two sides speak the same language.

This is a brief introduction on how the PSTN signalling modules are working together in Yate.

SS7 Usage Scenarios

A comparison between M2UA and M2PA

SCCP represents a layer 4 protocol from SS7 signaling stack. It runs over a SS7 layer 3 protocol like MTP3 or M3UA

MTP2 links are the classic way of interconnecting SS7 over TDM.


Various articles that apply to more than one protocol


Description of call end causes and errors in various protocols

See also

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