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SIP Voip implementation For ECF

Abstract

Session Initialization Protocol(SIP) is an Application Layer protocol which supports many services such as VoIP, IM, Presence Information and etc. But currently it's widely used for applications based on Voice calls and Video Calls.Eclipse Communication Framework is consists of many protocol implementations such as XMPP, YaHoo, MSN and etc. And also it contactins providers developed based on the above protocol implementations. Hence my goal is to implement a provider for VoIP for ECF based on SIP protocol for ECF.

Deliverables

  • SIP Provider for ECF
  • RTP Provider for ECF
  • SIP Related tests
  • Relevant Documentations and User Guides.

Timeline

Time line for project Milestones is given below

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Milestone Date Planned/Completed/Progressing  items status
M1 June 24 Implementation of the SIP Provider  Ok green.gif
M2 July 4 Completing the tests for SIP Provider and fix bugs
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M3 August 8 Implementation of RTP provider using FMJ Ok green.gif
M4 August 10 Complete the tests for RTP Provider and fix bugs
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M5 August 12 Integrating the SIP & RTP Providers and create a SIP softphone Ok green.gif
M6 August14 Complete the tests for integrated system and fix bugs
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M7 August 17 Create the JUnit tests for Complete SIP and RTP integareted SIP softphone
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M8 August 28 Implementing the ECF Call API for SIP softphone
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M9 September 1 Implementing UI for SIP softphone
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M10
Mid September Contributing the SIP softphone to the ECF Codebase
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Project Code Base

Currently the project code base is hosted at a Google code site.

The Google Code is at code.google.com/p/voipimplementationforecfusingsip/

The code base is managed using Sub version version control system.

Code Base Access

Command-Line Access

Use this command to anonymously check out the latest project source code:


# Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
svn checkout http://voipimplementationforecfusingsip.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ voipimplementationforecfusingsip-read-only


SVN GUI Based Access

Use the following URL to Access and checkout the Codebase anonymously using GUI based Sub version Clients such as TortoiseSVN


# Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
http://voipimplementationforecfusingsip.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/



Running Test Cases

 Since this is a VoIP provider, to test functinalities you need to have at least 2 participants. You may use a Remote Sip Softphone or a Sip Echo service as the remote participant. 

I have created 5 sip accounts for ECF testers and following are the credentials for those sip accounts. You need these credentials to initiate calls, register your softphone and to recieve calls.


Account 1

Username: sip:2233375055@sip2sip.info

Password: 391hw952w9

Name: Eclipse ECF Sip Tester 1

OutBound  Proxy: proxy.sipthor.net


Account 2

Username: sip:2233375059@sip2sip.info

Password: j5t8kftn41

Name: Eclipse ECF Sip Tester 2

OutBound Proxy: proxy.sipthor.net



Account 3

Username: sip:2233375093@sip2sip.info

Password: 9s3xebn4yb

Name: Eclipse ECF Sip Tester 3

OutBound Proxy: proxy.sipthor.net



Account 4

Username: sip:2233375095@sip2sip.info

Password: 3p1tpkhw8k

Name: Eclipse ECF Sip Tester 4

OutBound Proxy: proxy.sipthor.net



Account 5

Username: sip:2233375097@sip2sip.info

Password: w3smjyb7jy

Name: Eclipse ECF Sip Tester 5

OutBound Proxy: proxy.sipthor.net


You need to use one of these account to Initiate the ECF SIP softphone.


You can find the Testing guide at docs.google.com/View . Follow the instructions there for successful testing.




New Features

If you have New Ideas and Comments for the Sip VoIP implementation , please make sure to make a note at bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi