Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of PJSIP-Datasheet


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Jun 24, 2010 1:22:23 PM (10 years ago)
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  • PJSIP-Datasheet

    v12 v13  
    55 * Windows 
    66 * Mac OS X 
    7  * Linux 
     7 * Linux/uClinux 
    88 * Smartphones: 
    99  * Windows !Mobile/Windows CE 
    1010  * Symbian 
    1111  * iPhone OS/iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) 
     12 * Community supported: 
     13  * OpenBSD 
     14  * FreeBSD 
     15  * Solaris 
     16  * MinGW 
     17  * RTEMS 
     18  * Android 
    1219 
    1320== SIP Capabilities == 
    1421 
    15  * Base: 
    16    * INVITE, CANCEL, BYE, REGISTER, OPTIONS, INFO 
    17    * SDP 
    18  * Transport: 
    19   * UDP, TCP, TLS 
     22 * Base specs: 
     23  * Core methods: RFC 3261: INVITE, CANCEL, BYE, REGISTER, OPTIONS, INFO 
     24  * Digest authentication (RFC 2617) 
     25 * Transports: 
     26  * UDP, TCP, TLS (server or mutual) 
    2027  * DNS SRV resolution (RFC 3263) 
    2128  * IPv6 (UDP only) 
    2229 * Call: 
     30  * Offer/answer (RFC 3264) 
    2331  * hold, unhold 
    24   * transfer/REFER (attended and unattended) (RFC 3515, 3891, 3892) 
    25   * norefersub (RFC 4480) 
     32  * transfer/REFER (attended and unattended): 
     33   * Base (RFC 3515) 
     34   * replaces (RFC 3891) 
     35   * Referred-by (RFC 3892) 
     36  * sipfrag support (RFC 3420) 
     37  * norefersub (RFC 4488) 
    2638  * UPDATE (RFC 3311) 
    2739  * 100rel/PRACK (RFC 3262) 
    2840  * tel: URI (RFC 3966) 
    29   * Session Timer (RFC 4028) 
     41  * Session Timers (RFC 4028) 
    3042 * SDP: 
     43  * RFC 2337 (obsoleted by RFC 4566) 
    3144  * RTCP attribute (RFC 3605) 
     45  * IPv6 support (RFC 3266) 
    3246 * Presence and IM: 
    33   * SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY 
    34   * PUBLISH (RFC 3903) 
     47  * Event framework (SUBSCRIBE, NOTIFY) (RFC 3265) 
     48  * Event publication (PUBLISH) (RFC 3903) 
    3549  * MESSAGE (RFC 3428) 
    3650  * typing indication (RFC 3994) 
     
    3953  * RPID (subset) (RFC 4480) 
    4054 * Other extensions: 
     55  * INFO (RFC 2976) 
    4156  * rport (RFC 3581) 
    42   * AKA, AKA-v2 authentication (RFC 3319, 4169) 
     57  * AKA, AKA-v2 authentication (RFC 3310, 4169) 
    4358  * Service-Route header (RFC 3608) 
     59  * ICE option tag (RFC 5768) 
     60 * Compliance: 
     61  * Issues with Non-INVITE transaction (RFC 4320) 
     62  * Issues with INVITE transaction (RFC 4321) 
     63  * Multiple dialog usages (RFC 5057) 
    4464 
    4565== Media capabilities (audio only) == 
    4666 
     67 * Core: 
     68  * any clockrates 
     69  * N-channels support 
     70  * zero thread 
    4771 * Base: 
    48   * RTP, RTCP 
    4972  * event (RFC 2833) 
    50   * client conferencing, tone generation, file playback/record, etc. 
     73  * echo cancellation (Speex, CANEC, suppressor, or native) 
     74  * client conferencing 
     75  * tone generation 
     76  * file playback and recording 
     77  * file playlist 
     78  * adaptive jitter buffer 
     79  * packet lost concealment 
     80  * clock drift recovery 
    5181 * Codecs: 
    5282  * AMR-NB, AMR-WB, L16, G.711A/U, G.722, 
     
    5585  * iLBC, GSM, 
    5686  * Speex 8KHz, 16Khz, 32KHz 
    57   * RTCP XR (RFC 3611) 
    5887 * Transports: 
     88  * RTP and RTCP with media statistic (RFC 3550, 3551) 
     89  * RTCP XR (subset, RFC 3611) 
    5990  * UDP, STUN, ICE 
    6091  * IPv6 (UDP only) 
     
    6596 * STUN: 
    6697  * RFC 5389 
     98  * Some RFC 3489 compatibility 
    6799  * DNS SRV resolution 
    68100  * short/long term authentication 
     
    77109  * aggressive and regular nomination 
    78110  * ICE option tag (RFC 5768) 
     111 * NAT type detection: 
     112  * legacy RFC 3489