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For more information:
 
For more information:
* A basic introduction to ReSIProcate: [[Image:ReSIProcate-Intro_(TMC_VoIP).ppt|PDF presentation]]
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* A basic introduction to ReSIProcate (some info is dated): [[Image:ReSIProcate-Intro_(TMC_VoIP).ppt|PDF presentation]]
* [[Using reSIProcate]]
 
 
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* Start your own working copy. [[Quick Subversion Checkout and Compilation HOWTO]]
 
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* Study the example code found in rutil/test and resip/stack/test.
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* [[Design and Implementation]]
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* [[Extending the stack]]
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* [[Advanced topics]]
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* [[Planning pages]]
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* [[Faq|FAQ]]

Revision as of 17:27, 18 April 2007

Introduction

The ReSIProcate project consists of a stack and a collection of applications. The ReSIProcate stack is currently used in several commercial products and is considered very stable. ReSIProcate is ideally suited to individuals or companies that are implementing one of the following SIP applications:

  • Phones (for example, embedded)
  • Softphones (any platform)
  • Gateways
  • Proxies
  • B2BUAs
  • Instant Messaging/Presence Servers or Clients

For more information:

Mailing List

You can browse the mailling list archives and subscibe from the mailman interface page to the list.

Working with ReSIProcate Code