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10 Mar 2009 07:59 HerrPi

H.264 plugin usage?
How do I run the H.264 plugin with the console version of linphone 3?

Download and make were successfull... And now?

23 Sep 2007 05:57 geminibiz

Error message: "Invalid authentication attempt"
Great application! Wote 10 for this project. But... I can't install the program on Windows XP. The system shows me the error message: "Invalid authentication attempt". On Linux runs without any problems!

18 Aug 2006 07:39 gvinu4u

How do i get
Respected Sir how do i doenload and run the project

My name is Vinod Working as VoIP tester

Thanks in advance

Vinod kumar G

> % "Webphone" is simply incorrect as it

> % has nothing to do with the web.

> % More and more people have started to

> % use the term "Web" when they mean

> % "Internet". For most of us the term

> % "web" refers to HTTP.

> %

> % Agreed that the web is a major part

> of

> % the Internet but it definitely not

> the

> % internet.

>

>

> Basically, SIP and RTP are only two of

> the numerous protocols relying upon IP.

> So 'internet phone' would be adequate.

>

> However, SIP is an HTTP-like protocol.

> This means that SIP messages look very

> much like HTTP messages. Incidentally,

> SIP addresses (the address at which an

> individual could be reached, btw, I

> should say SIP URI) look like http

> addresses, eg :

> sip:duponddupont@moulinsart.com

> or

> sip:0123456789@france-telecom.com

>

> SIP applications and devices exist

> already. The next expected step is to

> integrate SIP devices in the home

> network, so that SIP adresses could be

> transmitted in e-mail or on web pages,

> and a browser click on the adress would

> activate the SIP device (or PC

> conferencing application), just as a

> click on a sound file nowadays runs the

> media reader.

>

> So, hopefully, this application WILL

> become a webphone, without any

> modification since the evolution is then

> in the browser and network

> management...

>

> just to bring in some argumentation

05 Nov 2001 10:10 jbo

Re: WEB ? Phone
% "Webphone" is simply incorrect as it
> has nothing to do with the web.
> More and more people have started to
> use the term "Web" when they mean
> "Internet". For most of us the term
> "web" refers to HTTP.
>
> Agreed that the web is a major part of
> the Internet but it definitely not the
> internet.


Basically, SIP and RTP are only two of the numerous protocols relying upon IP. So 'internet phone' would be adequate.


However, SIP is an HTTP-like protocol. This means that SIP messages look very much like HTTP messages. Incidentally, SIP addresses (the address at which an individual could be reached, btw, I should say SIP URI) look like http addresses, eg :

sip:duponddupont@moulinsart.com

or

sip:0123456789@france-telecom.com


SIP applications and devices exist already. The next expected step is to integrate SIP devices in the home network, so that SIP adresses could be transmitted in e-mail or on web pages, and a browser click on the adress would activate the SIP device (or PC conferencing application), just as a click on a sound file nowadays runs the media reader.


So, hopefully, this application WILL become a webphone, without any modification since the evolution is then in the browser and network management...

just to bring in some argumentation

31 Oct 2001 18:51 simonmorlat

Re: WEB ? Phone
This is exaclty what I've understood.
I will change the presentaion lines on freshmeat one
of these days.

31 Oct 2001 09:08 madmag

Re: WEB ? Phone

> I agree that "internet
> phone" is better than
> "web phone".
>


Its not the matter of a better term.

"Webphone" is simply incorrect as it has nothing to do with the web.

More and more people have started to use the term "Web" when they mean "Internet".
For most of us the term "web" refers to HTTP.


Agreed that the web is a major part of the Internet but it definitely not the internet.

Thankyou for understanding.

30 Oct 2001 13:44 simonmorlat

Re: WEB ? Phone

> why is it called web phone? Does it rely
> on any HTTP
> protocol/service?
>

Linphone uses the Session Initiation Protocol (rfc
2543), and Real Time Protcol (rfc 1889). Http is
inadequat. I agree that "internet phone" is better than
"web phone".

30 Oct 2001 10:15 madmag

WEB ? Phone
why is it called web phone? Does it rely on any HTTP
protocol/service?

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