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 To :  Alexandr Gevlichenko <gevlichenko@g...>
 From :  Meftah Tayeb <tayeb.meftah@g...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] sip <-> sip-t signaling proxy
 Date :  Thu, 03 Jun 2010 00:45:54 +0200
hi,
i think no
no yate, asterisk, openser, opensips, freeswitch or evean cisco don't 
support sip-T
go do cleare/standard sip
Le 01/06/2010 17:16, Alexandr Gevlichenko a e'crit :
> Hi all
> I need to configure sip <-> sip-t proxy with some unusual features:
> 1. Ability to implement in IAM (Attached to the INVITE) message 
> "redirecting number".
> For example, if the initial INVITE message contains an additional 
> header "Redirecting number" must be added to the IAM message.
> 2. Normal work as a sip <-> sip-t signaling proxy. It is planned to be 
> used in the scheme ASTERISK - (sip) - YATE - (sip-t) - PSTN.
>
> YATE could be this proxy?
> Thanks. 







  


hi,
i think no
no yate, asterisk, openser, opensips, freeswitch or evean cisco don't support sip-T
go do cleare/standard sip
Le 01/06/2010 17:16, Alexandr Gevlichenko a écritš:
Hi all
I need to configure sip <-> sip-t proxy with some unusual features:
1. Ability to implement in IAM (Attached to the INVITE) message "redirecting number".
For example, if the initial INVITE message contains an additional header "Redirecting number" must be added to the IAM message.
2. Normal work as a sip <-> sip-t signaling proxy. It is planned to be used in the scheme ASTERISK - (sip) - YATE - (sip-t) - PSTN.

YATE could be this proxy?
Thanks.