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  • VoipSipSdk

    VoipSipSdk

    I am now looking for voip solutions. And found information about Voip sdk.
    According to their website Voip Sip SDK - The easiest way to add dial and receive phone calls features to your applications. Soft phone sdk to make your soft developing easier! SIP activeX, activeX voip sdk
    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.

  • #2
    Softphones are cool but the new hottie is VOIP apps for Android and Iphone at the moment. Picture this, i get off a plan in London or Frankfurt, got to attend a meeting..(your kidding me). Lets see, i find a table, I pull out my laptop, get wifi, get power, fire up the OS, fire up the softphone. Or do I whip out android or I-phone, i pause the 50cent song, switch over to my sip app with all my contacts and calenders, make the call and hit the bar or starbucks while im doing it. I'm just saying comrade....

    400Degreez.....

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    • #3
      What specifically are you looking to do?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 400degreez View Post
        Softphones are cool but the new hottie is VOIP apps for Android and Iphone at the moment. Picture this, i get off a plan in London or Frankfurt, got to attend a meeting..(your kidding me). Lets see, i find a table, I pull out my laptop, get wifi, get power, fire up the OS, fire up the softphone. Or do I whip out android or I-phone, i pause the 50cent song, switch over to my sip app with all my contacts and calenders, make the call and hit the bar or starbucks while im doing it. I'm just saying comrade....

        400Degreez.....
        that little impromptu telecon idea is great until you get to Frankfurt or London and find that the free-public wifi is Dog-Slow, and has just enough latency to make your VOIP call sound kinda sluggish

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        • #5
          openSIP

          Has anyone tried out opensips and found it compatible with Shoretel?

          openSIPS | Main / About

          Can it be used to connect Shoretel SIP trunks with other devices?

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