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List of SIP software

This list of SIP software documents notable software applications which use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as a voice over IP (VoIP) protocol.

Contents

  • Servers 1
    • Free and open-source license 1.1
    • Proprietary license 1.2
  • Clients 2
    • Free and open-source license 2.1
    • Proprietary license 2.2
    • Discontinued 2.3
  • Mobile clients 3
    • Free and open-source license 3.1
    • Proprietary license 3.2
  • Session border controllers 4
  • Enabled firewalls 5
  • Libraries 6
  • Test tools 7
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Servers

Free and open-source license

Proprietary license

  • 3Com VCX IP telephony module: back-to-back user agent SIP PBX
  • 3CX Phone System, for Windows
  • Aastra 5000, 800, MX-ONE
  • Alcatel-Lucent 5060 IP Call server
  • Aricent SIP UA stack, B2BUA, proxy, VoLTE/RCS Client
  • AskoziaPBX
  • Avaya Application Server 5300 (AS5300), JITC certified ASSIP VoIP
  • Brekeke SIP Server, SIP proxy, SIP registrar, SIP NAT, TCP/UDP
  • Cisco SIP Proxy Server, Cisco unified border element (CUBE), Cisco Unified Communication Manager (CUCM)
  • CommuniGate Pro, virtualized PBX for IP Centrex hosting, voicemail services, self-care, ...
  • Comverse Technology softswitch, media applications, SIP registrars
  • Creacode SIP Application Server Real-time SIP call controller and IVR solution for carrier-class VoIP networks
  • Dialogic Corporation Powermedia Media Servers, audio and video SIP IVR, media and conferencing servers for Enterprise and Carriers.
  • Dialexia VoIP Softswitches, IP PBX for medium and enterprise organizations, billing servers.
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server - Converged HTTP and SIP container JEE Application Server
  • Interactive Intelligence Windows-based IP PBX for small, medium and enterprise organizations
  • Kerio Operator, IP PBX for small and medium enterprises
  • MERA Systems VoIP softswitches with sbc, H.323/SIP proxy
  • Microsoft Lync Server 2010 & 2013
  • Mitel Communications Director
  • NEC SV7000 back-to-back user agent SIP PBX
  • NEC UNIVERGE 3C Unified Communications and Collaboration software
  • Nokia Siemens Networks hiQ8000
  • Nortel SCS500
  • Nortel SIP Multimedia Communication Server 5200
  • Objectworld UC Server
  • Oracle Communications Converged Application Server (OCCAS)
  • Oracle WebLogic SIP Server
  • Pexip Infinity Platform
  • Spirent SIP Server Platform
  • ShoreTel IP phone systems with unified communications and contact center built in
  • Siemens OpenScape Voice, Hipath 8000 SIP softswitch, mediaserver, ... (SIP)
  • Snom One free/blue/yellow (Snom acquired and renamed pbxnsip) (SIP)
  • Speedflow Communications VoIP class 4/5 softswitches with integated billing, transcoding, SIP-H.323 converter.
  • Sun Microsystems Sun GlassFish Communication Server
  • Tadiran Telecom Coral Ipx family and Aeonix softswitch
  • Tandberg Video Communication Server - SIP application server, media server and H.323 gateway
  • TrueConf Server - video conferencing server software, SIP gateway
  • Unison Unified communications software
  • Voice Elements Inventive Labs' .NET Voice Development software and SIP stack platform.
  • Zultys MX250/MX30 IP PBXs for SMB and enterprise
  • Wildix WGW series Unified communication platform up to 5000 users on a single server. Up to 65535 users on WMS network

Clients

Free and open-source license

Proprietary license

Discontinued

Mobile clients

Free and open-source license

Proprietary license

Session border controllers

Enabled firewalls

  • Check Point VPN-1 firewalls, include complete SIP support for multiple vendors
  • Intertex SIP transparent routers, firewalls and ADSL modems, for broadband deployments and SOHO market
  • IPFire Linux-based firewall distribution which comes with Quality of service (QoS) to prefer VoIP communications as well as with Asterisk.
  • Cisco PIX/ASA firewalls include complete SIP support
  • The firewall feature in Cisco IOS includes complete SIP support
  • Secure Computing, SnapGear firewall includes siproxd SIP proxy, Sidewinder 7 firewall includes a SIP proxy
  • SonicWall, supports SIP
  • D-Link Firewall DFL-210/260/800/860/1600/2500 supports SIP (SIP-ALG) with firmware 2.20.01.05 and above
  • ZyXEL ZyWALL P1, 2Plus, 5 UTM, 35 UTM, 70 UTM, 1050, USG 100, USG 200, USG 300, USG 1000 supports SIP-ALG
  • Fortinet, all FortiGates running v280/v300 builds
  • Linux Netfilter's SIP conntrack helper fully understands SIP and can classify (for QOS) and NAT all related traffic
  • Juniper Networks Netscreen and SRX firewalls include complete SIP Application Layer Gateway support
  • Netopia Netopia supports ALG
  • PF, built-in OpenBSD firewall PF can handle the NAT through the "static-port" directive and the bandwidth control through the built-in queuing system of SIP connections
  • pfSense, a firewall/router distribution based on FreeBSD and PF; has QoS that properly tags VoIP traffic and a SIP proxy package that is available for NATed endpoints. Its functionality can be expanded with packages like FreeSWITCH, a free/open source software communications platform for making SIP, voice and chat driven products.
  • WatchGuard, WatchGuard XTM includes SIP and H.323 Application Layer Gateways designed to work in NAT environments for secure peer-to-peer or hosted connections.

Libraries

Test tools

  • Ixia (company) commercial SIP-VoIP and Video test and emulation and load test platform
  • Mu Dynamics: commercial SIP-VoIP, RTSP-IPTV Triple Play service assurance platform
  • Codenomicon Defensics: commercial test automation framework
  • SIPp: open-source SIP and RTP test and load generation tools[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ "OpenSER Renamed To Kamailio". Retrieved 2015-02-20. 
  2. ^ "homepage". qutecom.org. Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Yate client page". Retrieved 2011-12-01. 
  4. ^ "Yate official page". Retrieved 2011-12-01. 
  5. ^ "SIPp project home page". Retrieved 2014-02-26. 

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