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SIP Redirection server for parallel registration.

SIP Redirection server for parallel registration.

SIP Redirection server for parallel registration.

Hope someone can help.
I'm looking for a simple sip redirection server the can do parallel forking for SIP registrations only. No need to send contact uri etc through this.

The idea is this.

          Register on PBX A
Phone---SIP Redirector
           Register on PBX B

(Hope that displays correctly!)

That's it, no need to do anything else. Contact URI and registration URI should should still remain the same i.e. that of the originating phone. We already use Brekek, but that does not support parallel forking apprently.

I've looked at Kamillio but can't make any sense of it, can barely find any usuable documentation for the layman.


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