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Kamailio v5 with Siremis v5 GUI on Debian v9 MariaDB Apache Install Guide

Kamailio sip router
Kamailio® is an Open Source SIP Server released under GPL, able to handle thousands of call setups per second. Kamailio can be used to build large platforms for VoIP and realtime communications – presence, WebRTC, Instant messaging and other applications.  Moreover, it can be easily used for scaling up SIP-to-PSTN gateways, PBX systems or media servers like Asterisk™, FreeSWITCH™ etc.

Siremis is a web management interface for Kamailio.  It allows configuration of user profiles, routing rules, view accounting, registered phones, display charts etc.

This guide was tested using:

Debian v9 (Stretch)
Kamailio v5
Siremis v5

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OpenSIPS v2 with GUI on Debian v8 MariaDB Apache install guide

OpenSips

Control panel screenshots

OpenSIPS is a multi-functional, multi-purpose SIP server used by carriers, telecoms or ITSPs for solutions like Class4/5 Platforms, Trunking / Wholesale, Enterprise / Virtual PBX Solutions, Session Border Controllers, Application Servers, Front-End Load Balancers, IMS Platforms, Call Centers, and many other things.

Tested on:

Debian v8 (Jessie) x64 minimal install
OpenSips v2.4
OpenSips GUI master branch
Apache v2.4
PHP v5.6
MariaDB v10

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Homer SIP capture and VoIP Monitoring Install Guide

Homer is a carrier-grade SIP capture and VoIP monitoring system. This procedure will show how to install Homer on a CentOS v7 server.

CaptAgent is a Homer Encapsulation Protocol (HEP) agent. It is used to collect relevant data on a local Linux VoIP server, encapsulate it for transportation, and send it to Homer. This procedure will show how to install it on CentOS v6, v7, and Debian v8

Software

CentOS v7
Homer v5
Kamailio v5
CaptAgent v6

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Jitsi Sip Communicator Source Code Build Guide for Windows

This guide will show how to build Jitsi from source into a Windows installable application in 32 and 64bit form.  It assumes the development environment is 64bit.  Although we tried to make it as simple as possible, it is still rather involved.

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How to Install OpenVPN and PPTP on RHEL v7

OpenVPN

 

 

 

This procedure can be used to install OpenVPN and/or PPTP VPN access on a RHEL/CentOS v7 server or virtual server.

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Kamailio Supernode & Siremis GUI Install guide.

Kamailio sip router
A Kamailio supernode is a SIP router capable of user authentication and status tracking among other things.  It can be used to create a private secure peer-to-peer SIP service similar to Skype™ for example.  It can also be used to connect to other nodes, gateways, PBX's etc.  Siremis is currently the best GUI for use with Kamailio.

This guide was tested using:

CentOS 7
Kamailio v4.4
Siremis v4.4

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Simple IPTables Firewall with Whitelist and Blacklist

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IPTables FirewallThe following is a simple IPTables firewall script that can be used for general purposes.  It includes a port list and whitelist/blacklist.  The script was tested on CentOS v6 and Ubuntu v12.

How to Install OpenVPN and PPTP on RHEL v6

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OpenVPNThis procedure can be used to install OpenVPN and/or PPTP VPN access on a Redhat Enterprise Linux v6 server or OpenVZ RHEL v6 virtual server.  For OpenVZ you also require root access to the physical server or you need your service provider to enable virtual server access to tun and ppp on the physical server for you. This install procedure was tested on CentOS v6 using the 64bit distribution.  I have not tried on v5 or 32bit distribution.  For pptp on an OpenVZ virtual server I believe your OS needs to be the same bit type as the physical server.  Ie. if the OpenVZ physical server is 64bit then your virtual server OS must also be 64bit in order for pptp to work

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