reSIProcate 1.10.0 was released a few weeks ago and after going through the various QA cycles has become available in packages for Debian jessie-backports, EPEL6 and EPEL7 and the latest releases of Fedora and Ubuntu.
Key features of the 1.10.x branch:
- The repro SIP proxy now has support for PostgreSQL databases. The RTC Quick Start Guide also has more details about using PostgreSQL with multiple VoIP servers such as a combined repro/Asterisk installation. There is also a script to manage the TURN server user database using PostgreSQL tables.
- Integrated presence server in the repro SIP proxy
- WebSocket authentication (for WebRTC) can now use URL parameters instead of cookies. This is also supported in the DruCall v2.3 release. The key benefit of this feature is that the SIP proxy no longer needs to be using the same domain and certificate as the web server or Drupal site making it ideal for virtual hosting.
- Improvements to TLS, boosting compatibility and adding support for PFS
A 1.10.1 release was tagged yesterday and is not yet widely available in packages. This release is only significant for people using RADIUS authentication and keen to change from the FreeRADIUS-client library to radcli.