[OpenSIPS-Users] High CPS Media Solution

Alex Ionescu alex at opensips.org
Sat Nov 2 10:11:51 CET 2013

Hi Doc,

What exactly do you mean when you say "high CPS" ? Give us some numbers 
and also explain a bit the way you have set up your scenario.
If you can also attach your opensips config file, or at least part of it 
we would be able to tell if you are using OpenSIPS in the best way.
Also, same for RTP Proxy, how do you start it ? Have you check it's 
logs, are you sure that OpenSIPS is the bottle neck and not the RTPProxy 
? Because usually the media proxy is the bottle neck, not the signalling.

So, give us some more information.

Alex Ionescu

On 11/02/2013 07:41 AM, capn crunch wrote:
> Has anyone in the community experimented with proxying media on high 
> CPS type traffic? We have experimented with mediaproxy and rtp-proxy, 
> but the dispatcher module on both is too slow to setup the media, and 
> the opensips children eventually hang, effectively blocking traffic.
> Would be interested if anyone is performing such a task and what works 
> for them.
> -- 
> Sincerely,
> Doc Draper
> capncrunch4me at gmail.com <mailto:capncrunch4me at gmail.com>
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