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Section: Sip Express Router (8) Updated: 15.07.2002
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NAME

ser - very fast and configurable sip proxy  

SYNOPSIS

ser [ -hcrRvdDEVT ] [ -f config-file ] [ -l address ] [ -n processes-no ] [ -N tcp processes-no ] [ -b max_rcv_buf_size ] [ -m shared_mem_size ] [ -w working-dir ] [ -t chroot-dir ] [ -u uid ] [ -g gid ] [ -P pid-file ]

 

DESCRIPTION

ser or Sip Express Router is a very fast and configurable SIP proxy.

 

OPTIONS

-h
Displays a short usage description, including all available options.
-c
Checks the config file and displays the aliases and listen interface list.
-r
Uses dns to check if it is necessary to add a "received=" field to a via.
-R
Same as -r but uses reverse dns.
-v
Turns on via host checking when forwarding replies.
-d
Turns on debugging, multiple -d increase the debug level.
-D
Runs ser in the foreground (it doesn't fork into daemon mode).
-E
Sends all the log messages to stderr.
-T
Disables TCP support.
-V
Displays the version number.
-f config-file
Reads the configuration from config-file (default /etc/ser/ser.cfg ).
-l address
Listens on the specified address/interface. Multiple -l mean listening on multiple addresses. The address format is [proto:]address[:port], where proto = udp|tcp and address = host|ip_address|interface_name. Example: -l localhost, -l udp:127.0.0.1:5080, -l eth0:5062. The default behaviour is to listen on all the ipv4 interfaces.
-n processes-no
Specifies the number of children processes forked per interface (default 8).
-N tcp processes-no
Specifies the number of children processes forked to handle tcp incoming connections (by default is equal to -n ).
-b max_rcv_buf_size
Maximum receive buffer size which will not be exceeded by the auto-probing procedure even if the OS allows.
-m shared_mem_size
Size of the shared memory which will be allocated (in Megabytes).
-w working-dir
Specifies the working directory. In the very improbable event that ser will crash, the core file will be generated here.
-t chroot-dir
Forces ser to chroot after reading the config file.
-u uid
Changes the user id under which ser runs.
-g gid
Changes the group id under which ser runs.
-P pid-file
Creates a file containing the pid of the main ser process.

 

FILES

/usr/sbin/ser
/etc/ser/ser.cfg
/usr/lib/ser/modules/*  

AUTHORS

see /usr/share/doc/ser/AUTHORS

 

SEE ALSO

ser.cfg(5)

Full documentation on ser, including configuration guidelines, FAQs and licensing conditions, is available at http://www.iptel.org/ser/.

For reporting bugs see http://www.iptel.org/ser/bugs/.

Mailing lists:

serusers@iptel.org - ser user community
serdev@iptel.org - ser development, new features and unstable version


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
FILES
AUTHORS
SEE ALSO

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