We've been using kamailio for years on a commercial environment as
registrar, and now we just removed the (very expensive) SBC to put kamailio
in its place... it can take big loads if configured properly... commercial
support is important if you don't have a real-world-expert with you.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 5:28 AM, Yuriy Gorlichenko <ovoshl...@gmail.com>
> I think there need to be another reason to use kamailio instead of any
> other solution.
> In this thread main idea of question is
> If we will use kamailio will it be stable, fast and best usefull software
> instead of some ot free solution.
> I can answer yes because kamailio is one of the most flexible platforms of
> the world.
> I think it is hard to find any solution that will give you all
> possibilities that kamailio gives you.
> it can be any mode of your VoIP enviroment such as SBC, registrar, just a
> router, tprovider connector and etc etc etc.
> What if you will need extending features of your system?
> What if you will want to create some ifrastructure that will be with a
> specific enviroment?
> As this questions to yourself before making choise.
> Also yes. kamailio very stable.
> If you will see this list deeper you will see that 99% of questions
> regarding fails and etc was resovled by wrong configuration of end
> administrator but not software trouble.
> 2016-09-16 5:08 GMT+03:00 Infinicalls Infinicalls <infinica...@gmail.com>:
>> > What is best option if money is not the problem?
>> If seriously money is not the problem, then I would suggest you to go
>> for Kamailio and look for commercial support. This would do more good
>> than starting off with a purely commercial product.
>> Ganesh Kumar
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