[Twisted-Python] SIP TCP support
newptcai at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 22:24:56 EDT 2008
Hi, thanks for your useful information.
But from the change log, the project sine has not been modified for a
least 4 month.
Have you tried it? Could it work now?
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 9:55 PM, Allen Short <washort at twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 09:17:07PM +0800, Peter Cai wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I found twisted have a module called SIP which implements parts of
>> RFC3261, Session Initial Protocol.
> Most of the SIP code in Twisted is based on the obsolete RFC 2543. A
> more compliant version has been developed here:
> At some point this code will be moved into Twisted.
>> As I am going to write an experimental SIP server, this module seems
>> to be very useful for me.
>> But, one problem : it's based on UDP.
>> I skimmed the code and I think maybe I can "Cut and Copy" some code of
>> this module to implement my own TCP SIP server.
> It's more complicated than that -- the protocol behaviour for SIP is
> different when transported over TCP instead of UDP. (See section
> 10.5.2 in RFC 3261.) But much of the code can be shared between the
>> But the idea of "cut and copy" is really annoying.
>> What will you do in my situation?
> Contribute to Sine -- sine.sip.SIPTransport inherits from
> DatagramProtocol and so is UDP-only at the moment. Ideally, most of
> its behaviour could move to a mixin that a TCP SIP transport class
> could inherit from as well.
>> BTW, if you are going to write a protocol which supports both UDP and TCP,
>> what is your design going to be like?
> As I described above, write a protocol class for UDP and for TCP that
> inherits from a common mixin class.
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