MjSip Stack
v1.7

MjSIP

MjSip is a compact and powerful SIP library for easily building SIP applications and services.

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MjSip Packages
org.zoolu.net  
org.zoolu.sdp  
org.zoolu.sip.address  
org.zoolu.sip.authentication  
org.zoolu.sip.call  
org.zoolu.sip.dialog  
org.zoolu.sip.header  
org.zoolu.sip.message  
org.zoolu.sip.provider  
org.zoolu.sip.transaction  
org.zoolu.sound  
org.zoolu.tools  

 

Application Packages
local.media  
local.net  
local.server  
local.ua  

 

MjSip is a compact and powerful SIP library for easily building SIP applications and services. It provides powerful and easy to use SIP APIs bound with their implementation in the MjSip packages.

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) signaling standard for managing multimedia session initiation; it is currently defined in RFC 3261 and extended by successive RFCs.
SIP can be used to initiate, modify and tearing down voice, video and multimedia sessions, for both interactive applications (e.g. VoIP calls or audio/video conferences) and not interactive ones (e.g. video streaming), and it is the more promising candidate as call setup signaling for the present and future IP based telephony services, and as signaling platform for the next generation mobile networks. SIP has been also proposed for session initiation related uses, such as for presence, messaging, gaming, etc.

MjSip includes all classes and methods for creating SIP-based application. It implements the complete layered stack architecture as defined in RFC 3261 and successive extensions, and is fully compliant with the standard. Moreover it includes higher level interfaces for Call Control.

Specific information on IETF standardization process can be found on the official IETF SIP Working Group site.


MjSip Stack
v1.7