|Developer(s) JsSIP Project|
Development status Active
|Stable release 3.0.1|
|Initial release 2011; 6 years ago (2011)|
JsSIP implements the following SIP specifications:
SIP proxies, servers
JsSIP uses the SIP over WebSocket transport for sending and receiving SIP requests and responses, and thus, it requires a SIP proxy/server with WebSocket support. Currently the following SIP servers have been tested and are using JsSIP as the basis for their WebRTC Gateway functionality:
WebRTC web browsers
At the media plane (audio calls), JsSIP version 0.2.0 works with Chrome browser from version 24. At the signaling plane (SIP protocol), JsSIP runs in any WebSocket capable browser.
JsSIP is provided as open source software under the MIT license.