sipXcom 19.04 General Availability

Summary eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of sipXcom 19.04. There are again two releases for sipXcom 19.04, one for CentOS 6 and one for CentOS 7. The [...]

sipXcom 18.12 General Availability

eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability of sipXcom 18.12. Do not directly upgrade to 18.12 from any version before 18.04 using the old method of changing the yum [...]

Configuring the Integrated Android SIP Client

Many users want to run a softphone on their Android or iOS smartphone to connect to their business phone system, and it’s pretty easy to do. There are numerous commercial [...]

Get to know Sngrep

Sngrep (https://github.com/irontec/sngrep/wiki) is a handy tool that is very useful for anybody doing anything with SIP. It grew from Irontec’s (https://www.irontec.com/) Nikolay Shopik’s co-workers’ use of ngrep (http://ngrep.sourceforge.net/usage.html) to find [...]

sipXcom SIP Security Settings

This is a second blog post discussing the security features of sipXcom. In the first post sipXcom Firewall Settings we covered Call Rate Limits and also blocking bad actors with blocks [...]

sipXcom Firewall Settings

In this article we’ll focus on how to secure a basic sipXcom installation and walk you through how to configure sipXcom firewall settings. Securing a system doesn’t just mean locking [...]

New sipXcom Menus

The sipXcom menus have been a bit of a jumbled mess for a while due to how components were added to the system and the menus then being built dynamically. [...]

sipXcom Open Source Support Offer from eZuce

Did you know eZuce now offers technical support and a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for the open source software at sipXcom (formerly SIPFoundry sipXecs).  sipXcom ProcareTM became available in August  [...]

Enterprise Connect Take Away – What’s trending in Unified Communications

Team collaboration, APIs, communication platforms-as-a-Service (CPaaS) were all trending topics at this year’s Enterprise Connect 2017 conference in Orlando  (March 27-30). There were an array of “workstream communication and collaboration” [...]

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