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FREE version

FREE version

Today we add a new version (for 5 clients) into miniSIPServer lines. This version is FREE! That means you don’t need a license and don’t warry about expired problem.

This “5 clients” version is perfect for small VoIP delpoyment, such as family communication, testing and so on. You don’t need to pay a cent to get full VoIP functions. Of course, the clients are limited to be no more than 5 clients.

In another way, free versions are not available for commercial usage.

Hope you can enjoy it!

Say goodbye to V24

Say goodbye to V24

It has been two years since the first V24 was released. It is the second LTS version of MSS. Now it is time to say goodbye. The latest LTS version will be V32 and we will provide five years support for it.

V32 will base on current stable version which is V31. We hope to do enough test on V31 as much as we can, so we decide to remove V24 linker from download page and only keep V31 linker. According to our test and customers’ experiences, V31 is very stable now. It will be a good choice to install or upgrade previous MSS to this version.

V32 is on the way and will be released in the beginning of 2018.

How to run miniSIPServer on Ubuntu?

How to run miniSIPServer on Ubuntu?

Updated: Now you can visit online document for more details.

If you are using Ubuntu (desktop), it is very easy to run MSS. Just download .deb file from our website and double click such .deb file to install it. Then you can find MSS icon in ‘internet’ or ‘network’ menu group and run it to start MSS.

If you are using Ubuntu (server), something is different. You need do more steps to install and run MSS. We describe details below.

First, you must download .deb file from our website, for example ‘mss_v13_u20.deb’. Then, you can run following command:

sudo dpkg -i mss_v13_u20.deb

At this step, Ubuntu will prompt error that some dependencies must be installed. Don’t warry, please continue following command:

sudo apt-get -f install

Then Ubuntu will try to get and install all necessary dependencies from Ubuntu software center.

In Ubuntu server, you cannot run MSS GUI since X windows is not started. You can run MSS CLI version whose file name is ‘msscli’ and can be found in directory ‘/opt/sipserver’.

So it is very easy to start MSS now:


To visit and manage MSS system, you need visit its web system whose TCP port is 8080 by default. Please refer to following document: