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+.\" $Id$
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+.TH ser 8 14.07.2002 ser "Sip Express Router" 
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+.\" Process with
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+.\" groff -man -Tascii ser.1 
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+.\"
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+.SH NAME
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+ser \- SIP Express Router, very fast and configurable sip proxy 
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+.SH SYNOPSIS
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+.B ser
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+[
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+.B \-hcrRvdDEV
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+] [
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+.BI \-f " config\-file"
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+] [
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+.BI \-l " address"
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+[ 
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+.BI \-p " port"
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+] ]...
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+] [
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+.BI \-n " processes\-no"
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+] [
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+.BI \-b " max_rcv_buf_size"
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+] [
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+.BI \-m " shared_mem_size"
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+] [
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+.BI \-w " working\-dir"
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+] [
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+.BI \-t " chroot\-dir"
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+] [
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+.BI \-u " uid"
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+] [
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+.BI \-g " gid"
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+] [
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+.BI \-P " pid\-file"
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+]
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+
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+.SH DESCRIPTION
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+.B ser 
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+or
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+.BR Sip
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+.BR Express 
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+.BR Router 
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+is a very fast and configurable SIP proxy. 
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+
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+.SH OPTIONS
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+.TP 12
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+.B \-h
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+Displays a short usage description, including all available options.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-c
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+Performs loop checks and computes branches.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-r
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+Uses dns to check if it is necessary to add a "received=" field to a via.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-R
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+Same as 
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+.B \-r
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+but uses reverse dns.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-v
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+Turns on via host checking when forwarding replies.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-d
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+Turns on debugging, multiple
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+.B -d
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+increase the debug level.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-D
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+Runs ser in the foreground (it doesn't fork into daemon mode).
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+.TP
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+.BI \-E
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+Sends all the log messages to stderr.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-V
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+Displays the version number.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-f " config\-file"
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+Reads the configuration from 
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+.B " config\-file" 
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+(default
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+.I  ./ser.cfg
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+).
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+.TP
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+.BI \-l " address"
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+Listens on the specified address. Multiple 
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+.B \-l
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+mean listening on multiple addresses. The default behaviour is to listen on the address returned by 
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+.BR uname(2).
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+.TP
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+.BI \-p " port"
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+Listens on the specified port (default 5060). It applies to the last address specified with
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+.B \-l
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+and to all the following that do not have a corresponding 
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+.B \-p.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-n " processes\-no"
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+Specifies the number of children processes forked per interface (default 8).
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+.TP
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+.BI \-b " max_rcv_buf_size"
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+Maximum receive buffer size which will not be exceeded by the auto-probing procedure even if the OS allows.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-m " shared_mem_size"
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+Size of the shared memory which will be allocated (in Megabytes).
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+.TP
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+.BI \-w " working\-dir" 
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+Specifies the working directory. In the very improbable event that 
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+.B ser 
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+will crash, the core file will be generated here.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-t " chroot\-dir"
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+Forces 
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+.B ser 
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+to chroot after reading the config file.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-u " uid"
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+Changes the user id under which 
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+.B ser
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+runs.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-g " gid"
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+Changes the group id under which 
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+.B ser 
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+runs.
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+.TP
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+.BI \-P " pid\-file"
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+Creates a file containing the pid of the main 
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+.B ser 
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+process.
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+
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+
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+.SH FILES
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+.PD 0
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+.B /usr/sbin/ser
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+.br
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+.B /etc/ser/ser.cfg
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+.br
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+.B /usr/lib/ser/modules/*
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+.PD
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+.SH AUTHORS
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+This manual page was written by Andrei Pelinescu - Onciul <pelinescu-onciul@fokus.gmd.de>, ...
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+.br
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+.B ser
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+was written by:
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+
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+.SH SEE ALSO
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+.BR ser.cfg(8)
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+.PP
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+Full documentation on ser, including configuration and FAQs is available at
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+http://www.iptel.org/<fill-this-in>.
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+.PP 
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+Report bugs at http://www.iptel.org/<fill-this-in>
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+For help/support, try the <ser> mailing list at <fill-this-in>.
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+/*
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+ * $Id$
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+ *
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+ * Copyright (C) 2001-2003 Fhg Fokus 
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+ *
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+ * This file is part of ser, a free sip proxy.
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+ *
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+ * ser is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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+ * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
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+ * (at your option) any later version.
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+ *
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+ * ser is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
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+ * GNU General Public License for more details.
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+ *
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+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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+ * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
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+ * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
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+ */