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Mobicents Sip Servlets

Location Service

Service Description

Location service that performs a lookup into a hard coded list of addresses on the request URI of incoming requests and proxies the request to the set of destination addresses associated with that URI.

The steps performed by the application and container are as follows:

  • Alice makes a call to The INVITE is received by the servlet container which invokes the location service.
  • The location service determines, using non-SIP means, that the callee (receiver) is registered with two locations, identified by, say, two SIP URIs (sip:receiver@ and sip:receiver@
  • The service proxies to those two destinations in parallel, without record-routing, and without the supervised mode.
  • One of the destinations return 200 (OK) and the other branch is cancelled by the container.
  • The 200 is forwarded upstream to Alice and the call setup is completed as per usual.

Location service currently performs a lookup into a hard coded list of addresses and should later evolve towards a database.

Here is the list of hard coded contacts and their locations :

  • :
    • sip:receiver@
    • sip:receiver@

How to activate it

From the binary

You can find the war file corresponding to this example

  • Mobicents Sip Servlets 2.X : here .
  • Mobicents Sip Servlets 1.X : here .

    Drop the downloaded war file into your tomcat_home/webapps directory or jboss_home/server/default/deploy directory

    Get the corresponding dar configuration file .
    To understand what the dar configuration file is used for, check the Application Router Documentation .
    Drop it in your tomcat_home/conf/dars directory or jboss_home/server/default/conf/dars directory.
    To use this dar file for this service, specify in the Service xml tag, darConfigurationFileLocation attribute of the tomcat_home/conf/server.xml file or jboss_home/server/default/deploy/jboss-web.deployer/server.xml , the following :

    You can now run your container (Tomcat or Jboss).

From the source

Please check out the location service example located under this

  • Mobicents Sip Servlets 2.X : location
  • Mobicents Sip Servlets 1.X : location

    from the svn repository. Follow the instructions in the README.txt to build and run the example.

How to play with it

Start two SIP Phones. One phone should be setup as on ip address and port 5090 The other phone can be registered as anything

The SIP phones doesn't have to be registered.

From the second phone, make a call to you should have the "receiver" phone ringing.

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