OpenSIPS 3.1 Installation Instructions

OpenSIPS 3.1 Installation Instructions

OpenSIPS 3.1 is so easy to install that I recommend you to skip the next video.

Step 1: Open your browser and go to the page:

https://apt.opensips.org

Step 2: Choose the release:

OpenSIPS 3.1 Stable

Step 3: Copy the commands from the page and run in the system.

apt install gnupg2
apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 049AD65B
echo "deb https://apt.opensips.org buster 3.1-releases" >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/opensips.list
echo "deb https://apt.opensips.org buster cli-releases" >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/opensips-cli.list

Step 4: Update the system to reflect the new packages

apt-get update

Step 5: Install OpenSIPS and OpenSIPS CLI (Command Line Interface)

apt install opensips
apt install opensips-cli

Step 6: Install all other modules

apt install opensips-*

Step 7: Start opensips and check the status

systemctl enable opensips
systemctl start opensips
systemctl status opensips

Step 8: If the installation is working you can skip the next video. If you didn't get to install, check the next video where you can see me installing with these instructions.

About this course

Learn how to install and build a simple system using OpenSIPS

Description

OpenSIPS quickstart as the name says is a preliminary Video on Demand Class for the OpenSIPS Bootcamp. As we learned from the last 8 years, there are different levels of expertise on any group of students. While some may already know SIP and the basics of OpenSIPS, many still need basic understanding of this topics. To level off the group we started to offer the OpenSIPS Quickstart.

Objectives

By the end of this training you should be able to :

  • Install OpenSIPS, 
  • Build a simple system capable to make calls between phones and a gateway
  • Attend the OpenSIPS Bootcamp following the required prerequisites

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to SIP
  • Introduction to OpenSIPS
  • Installation
  • Building a simple system

What you’ll learn

  • Install an OpenSIPS server, register phones make a call one to another, from and to a PSTN

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  • Linux
  • MySQL

Who this course is for:

  • People interested to build high volume communication applications
  • ITSPs employess
  • IP PBX managers
  • IP PBX, Session Border Controllers and SoftSwitch developers