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       The eXtented eXosip stack - libeXosip2 Version 3.3.0

       How-To initialize libeXosip2.
       How-To initiate, modify or terminate calls.
       How-To send or update registrations.

Detailed Description

       libeXosip2 Version 3.3.0

       See also:

What is eXosip

       libeXosip2 implements the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP -rfc3261-)
       libeXosip2 is GPL (COPYING). Please understand the licencing details
       before using it!

       For any use of this library beyond the rights granted to you by the GPL
       license, please contact my company at <>.

What is the relation between osip & eXosip2

       The GNU osip stack is the first step needed to implement SIP
       applications. As a low layer stack, there is no limitation in the way
       to use it, but the very large API makes it rather complex and not
       suitable for beginners.

       The eXtended eXosip library is based on osip and implements a lot more
       SIP stuff so you can quickly build compliant SIP applications. The API
       is enough flexible to allow you to control and complete SIP messages.
       Thus, it keeps the stack extensible.

       While osip can be used for any SIP applications, eXosip2 only provide
       APIs to control endpoints.

What is SIP

       SIP is an IP telephony protocol made by the IETF. It is an effort to
       create a simple (telephony is never simple) and powerfull protocol for
       next generation telephony systems.

SIP features

       SIP is not just about telephony. It’s much more that what you expect
       from phones. SIP means mobility, video, textual call informations, file
       exchange, instant messaging, presence support and much more!

eXosip2 is free software

       As eXosip2 is GPL, you MUST choose to release your SIP applications
       based on eXosip2 under the GPL license.

       For any use of this library beyond the rights granted to you by the GPL
       license, please contact my company at <>.

       With oSIP (which is LGPL), you still have the choice to implement close
       source application and link with oSIP. For the benefit of the community
       (and for your own benefit), please consider implementing your
       application in GPL.

       Still with osip, you have to respect the license terms. Mainly, users
       of your software must be able to fix bugs in osip themselves. (they
       must have the source code, be able to compile it and link your product
       with the new version.)


       Thanks to all the contributors and to all bug reporters. Enjoy osip!


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