[Freeswitch-users] Enterprise/Production Quality?

Abaci B abaci64 at gmail.com
Wed May 30 15:29:37 UTC 2018

While your issues definitely should be troubleshooted to find the cause of
your problem, I will just answer your question if anyone has different
experience, I have been using freeswitch in production for over 10 years
with no major issues even with much higher load, and so have many others.

On Wed, May 30, 2018 at 10:45 AM, Geoff Mina <gmina at connectfirst.com> wrote:

> Is anyone out there actually using FS successfully in an enterprise
> environment?
> We have deployed a handful of servers in an extremely simple configuration
> to allow standard SIP infrastructure to communicate with WebRTC clients.
> We run ~150 concurrent users per host and we can’t go a week without
> something in the core of Sofia failing. We have seen hung profiles that
> simply don’t respond to REGISTER requests (tried every suggested tweak to
> no avail) as well as seeing FS hang every call in a RINGING state without
> actually ringing the end client.
> These seem like pretty fundamental components we are struggling with. Our
> use case seems quite simple - yet the software (1.6.19) seems like it has
> never even seen a production deployment.
> Anyone out there have a drastically different experience?
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