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Re: [Linphone-users] Thanks

From: Benny
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Thanks
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 09:43:28 +0530

Dear Kushal,

Thanks for your mail and the clarifications. So you should have
compiled with Speex codec support, am I right?

Coming to VoIP in general
i) if I am using an traditional analog telephone+ATA, how I can
achieve SIP calls(ie) address input, since SIP has a standard of
address@hidden for making calls.

ii) I am on a LAN, when making a call to the outside world how my
phone gets shown. For anyone from external network world to call me
whether a static IP is needed. I could establish within LAN.

Can anyone advice me of the network configuration.

Thanks & Regards,

On 11/8/05, Kushal Dalal <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello Benny
> Currently my embedded board does not have a sound card or a DSP..
> So I am just done with SIP messaging..
> I am working on sound support for my board..
> or I may select a board with ARM processor(Embedded Linux)+DSP(dsp-bios)..
> I will update my work to the group.
> Regards
> Kushal
> Kushal Dalal
> Embedded Engineer
> eInfochips Limited.
> Email: address@hidden
> Benny wrote:
> >Dear Kushal,
> >
> >Nice to hear the success news about linphone ported to an ARM board.
> >How u'r achieving audio. Whether it is thru' the codecs supported by
> >linphone and sound card or any other different configuration?
> >
> >Has anyone used the Linphone as the user agent software on an
> >embedded(PPC) board and used a DSP for the voice codec operation and
> >directly connecting an analog telephone thru' a SLIC+PCM Codec instead
> >of the existing configuration of keyboard inputs and the also sound
> >card and the software voice codecs. We have cross compiled the
> >linphone for PPC and now in the identification of modifications needed
> >for our implementation.
> >
> >Dear Simon,
> >
> >We are targeting a ATA(Analog telephone adaptor) and planned to use
> >the open source Linphone for initiating and recieving VoIP calls by
> >registering to a VoIP Proxy server.
> >
> >i) Whether Linphone is configurable for implementing for a direct
> >analog telephone connection(using DSP+PCM codec+SLIC)? (ie) input
> >thru' direct telephone keys and audio using a DSP+PCMCodec.
> >
> >ii) Whether it has support for multiple channels (ie) simulaneous calls(ATA)?
> >
> >Thanks & Regards,
> >Benny
> >
> >On 11/7/05, Simon Morlat <address@hidden> wrote:
> >
> >
> >>Hi,
> >>
> >>I'm pleased to hear that you finally succeed !
> >>
> >>Simon
> >>
> >>Le Lundi 31 Octobre 2005 13:34, Kushal Dalal a écrit:
> >>
> >>
> >>>Hi All
> >>>
> >>>I have successfully cross-compiled linphone-1.1.0 for ARM board..OS-
> >>>Embedded Linux..
> >>>And it is working fine within LAN..
> >>>Thanks to all of u for ur support..
> >>>Specially to Simon..
> >>>
> >>>Thanks again..
> >>>
> >>>Cheers
> >>>Kushal

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