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Can we use sip client with stateless proxy?

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My configuration is following

SIP client <--> stateless proxy <--> SIP server

My doubt is that if SIP can work with stateless proxy though it will always work statefull proxy.

posted Jun 25, 2014 by anonymous

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its implementation/requirement specific thing, if in your network there is no need of state-full proxies, no need to use the same.
can go ahead with the stateless proxies as well.
SIP will work with stateless proxies as well, only thing is you will miss the advantages and extra feature of statefull proxies if thinking about pure VOIP network.

answer Apr 28, 2016 by Bhushan Patil
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