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  • Support For Flowroute SMS in FreeSWITCH

    Intro to Flowroute SMS

    Flowroute has added SMS functionality to their arsenal of quality communication services. For enhanced usability in the open source community, Quentus wrote native support for Flowroute SMS in FreeSWITCH through the new mod_sms_flowroute.

    Installing mod_sms_flowroute

    Mod_sms_flowroute is currently available in the FreeSWITCH source repo. Support in ...


  • RabbitMQ support in FreeSWITCH

    Intro to RabbitMQ

    RabbitMQ is a message handler that routes messages through exchanges, then sends them to queues, where the messages can be pulled from the queue and processed in whatever measure the administrator decides.

    mod_amqp in FreeSWITCH

    The FreeSWITCH module for RabbitMQ, mod_amqp (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol), provides the ...


  • Redis and Limits with FreeSWITCH Module mod_hiredis

    Quick Intro to Limits

    There are two primary types of limits: concurrent limits and interval limits. A concurrent limit only looks at how many things are active at the moment. This could be the maximum number of calls up on the system or users in a conference, for example. Concurrent ...


  • Yealink SIP-T42G

    Opening the box...


    The SIP-T42G comes in a brown box with a quick start guide inside. Upon opening the box, I was greeted by the guide and underneath a plastic wrapped plastic box. The light plastic sleeve is easily removable and inside is the main case of the phone. Underneath ...


  • Introduction to using Yealink phones with FreeSWITCH

    As a brief introduction to my phone review series, Yealink recently sent me five phones for functionality testing with FreeSWITCH (FS). FreeSWITCH is “a scalable open source cross-platform telephony platform designed to route and interconnect popular communication protocols using audio, video, text or any other form of media.” Yealink designs ...


  • SMPP support in FreeSWITCH

    Intro to SMPP

    Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) is one of the most commonly used protocols for exchanging text messages outside the SS7 network. While it is common to have other SMS endpoints and delivery mechanisms, ITSPs and the like often request SMPP support, which can be implemented with Kannel, openBTS ...


  • SMS support in FreeSWITCH

    Intro

    FreeSWITCH (FS) handles SMS as events rather than as sessions or channels. FS can send SMS events in the Fire and Forget where FS sends the message but does not wait for confirmation of delivery. Once fired, there is no retry, as there is no confirmation of success or ...


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