pribyl at lowlevel.cz
Fri May 21 07:33:09 UTC 2010
On Thu, 20 May 2010, Joerg Bergmann wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 20.05.2010, 07:59 +0200 schrieb Adam Pribyl:
>> I'd like to test sipwitch in F13 x86_64, however per instruciton on
>> the only result is, that the sipw process sits on top of top consuming
>> 100% CPU cycles. Also the init script is not very fedora like.
>> Issuing command sipquery returns
>> # sipquery
>> use: sipuser [options] userid
>> etc. ..this is really somehow wild.
>> Does anybody tried sipwitch?
> OT: No. But I tried Linphone with great success. IMHO Linphone is
> mainstream meanwhile. They port it to ARM processors, Android phones
> etc. Unfortunately, Fedora comes with a heavily outdated version
> of Linphone. But compiling an actual Linphone was straight forward for
> me, takes half an hour.
Thanks for the info, however sipwitch is a server with RTP proxy and "nat
pass through" (not yet in Fedora). Not sure how Linphone can help here.
BTW: Linphone is 3.2.1 in F13, latest on linphone.org is 3.3.0 from
19.5.2010. Seems quite OK to me.
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