[SIPForum-discussion] Config Sip2 for Linux

Jiri Kuthan jiri at iptel.org
Mon Dec 31 09:47:03 UTC 2007

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At 19:15 27/12/2007, Brian Clanton wrote:
>I am a Systems Technician for an Illinois Library System and we are in the
>process of migrating to a Unicorn based system for our Library customers.
>We are also implementing a Proxy Server (EZproxy) that will connect to our
>Unicorn server (RHEL) via sip2 and authenticate our remote patrons by
>checking to see if the user is in fact a patron of library X on the Unicorn
>I have EZproxy up and running on a Linux Fedora 7 machine and I am trying to
>make sense of the sip2.cfg file on the Unicorn server, but there is very
>little documentation out there regarding SIP.
>I found a lot of useful whitepapers that give a more than adequate overview
>of how SIP works on the sipforum website, but I need something that explains
>the configuration of SIP on a Linux machine, specifically something that
>outlines all the tags / values in the sip2.cfg file and / or a tutorial on
>basic SIP setup on a Linux Proxy Server.
>Any information anyone can give me would be much appreciated.
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Jiri Kuthan            http://iptel.org/~jiri/

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