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I need new application -- software VoIP

Posted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 21:46
by Eugene Gorbunoff
From: eCo Software
Date: 2008/09/13


Users need cheap voice phone solution:

http://openwengo.org

https://dev.openwengo.org/

svn/openwengo/wengophone-ng/tags/release/

Re: I need new application -- software VoIP

Posted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 23:28
by Eugene Gorbunoff
Mentore:

OpenWengo needs Qt >= 4.2, CMake and Boost: I'm sure we don't have such a release of Qt, so I think it'll be impossible to port it, but I'll
anyway give it a try.


Cris

OpenWengo is a SIP phone. There are manuy other software phones based
on the SIP protocol that can be more easily ported to OS/2. There is
for example a Java soft phone, and another one based on the Mozilla
core.
But I said these things a lot of times, and ppl still come asking
about Skype, which I personally loathe. So, rather than taking my word
for it, look at what the OpenWengo developers say about Skype, and if
you want to know more, follow the link they propose:

http://www.openwengo.org/index.php/open ... public/faq

And if you still want to maintain that "Skype is what the world uses",
please remember that "Windows is what the world uses".

Re: I need new application -- software VoIP

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:22
by Johnvoip
VoipSipSdk

I am now looking for voip solutions. And found information about Voip sdk.
According to their website www.voipsipsdk.com
Voip sdk is based on IETF standards (SIP, STUN, etc.), so it should be compatible with other standard based products such as Asterisk, OpenSER other.

They have all features I need:
# Dynamically loadable codecs
# Registrar support
# Play wav files into conversation
# Record conversation into file
# Hold/Retrieve call
# Forward Call (Blind Call Transfer)
# Transfer Call (Attended Transfer)
# Mute Sound
# VPN support
# Noise reduction
# Auto gain
# Jitter buffer parameters
# Samples on Delphi, C#, VB, VB.NET, C++ 2005, C++ 6.0, HTML (SIP ActiveX)
# Windowless samples on C++ and .NET
# DTMF
# Adaptive silence detection
# Adaptive jitter buffer
# STUN support
# Comes as ActiveX control

But before I will download the evaluation version I would like to hear other people experience.

Re: I need new application -- software VoIP

Posted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:08
by DarrellBray
Johnvoip wrote:VoipSipSdk

I am now looking for voip solutions. And found information about Voip sdk.
According to their website http://www.voipsipsdk.com
Voip sdk is based on IETF standards (SIP, STUN, etc.), so it should be compatible with other standard based products such as Asterisk, OpenSER other.

They have all features I need:
# Dynamically loadable codecs
# Registrar support
# Play wav files into conversation
# Record conversation into file
# Hold/Retrieve call
# Forward Call (Blind Call Transfer)
# Transfer Call (Attended Transfer)
# Mute Sound
# VPN support
# Noise reduction
# Auto gain
# Jitter buffer parameters
# Samples on Delphi, C#, VB, VB.NET, C++ 2005, C++ 6.0, HTML (SIP ActiveX)
# Windowless samples on C++ and .NET
# DTMF
# Adaptive silence detection
# Adaptive jitter buffer
# STUN support
# Comes as ActiveX control

But before I will download the evaluation version I would like to hear other people experience.


Any try this? Is it any good?

Re: I need new application -- software VoIP

Posted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 13:30
by diver
we are a bit further now with qutecom (openwengo). Qt4 is being worked on. and cmake is also available. when Qt4 is GA we might have a loot at it.

Silvan aka _diver
Qt4 Project Lead