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 To :  Meftah Tayeb <tayeb.meftah@g...>
 From :  Diana Cionoiu <diana-liste@v...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] sip <-> sip-t signaling proxy
 Date :  Wed, 02 Jun 2010 12:58:27 +0300
Hello Meftah,

I'm sorry to disapoint you but Yate supports SIP-T.
Because Yate has his own ISUP implementation done in the right way, we 
can use it together with the SIP implementation. Therefor we do have SIP-T.

Diana

Meftah Tayeb wrote:
> 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. 
>