[Psi-devel] [ANN] Johnny Talker - revolution in creation of VoIP-based applications?
psi at saycure.com
Mon Dec 5 09:39:17 PST 2005
The main problem I had when using sip protocols was to setup the client,
especially when you share your connection or get a router.. who doesn't ?
IAX is straight and works with most of the sip server. A gateway could be
setup up to communicate between services, we already know some translator
from SIP to PBX ( commercial ...) I could Imagine a gateway like that
#EXTENSION_number at IAX.gateway.dom
For those who use FWD already know the existense of extension to link to
That way, psi could even phone TO REAL phone :)
gateway then send back a message to our client to phone, or even call both
part -> that way we don't even need to integrate the client inside of psi.
(What do you think about that ?? )
The main question that I'm worry about is the codec. In fact most of the
audio codec, I meant the really good one are not open source.
My 3 cents.
/me really wish to have the VOIP ASAP :) and the video to do some "singery"
(monkey faces :-) )
On 12/4/05, Justin Karneges <justin-psi2 at affinix.com> wrote:
> On Sunday 04 December 2005 12:14, Marcin Zajączkowski wrote:
> > Francisco Joaquín Rodríguez Prados wrote:
> > > The closest possibility I see would be attach to Psi this /de facto/
> > > protocol of GoogleTalk and iChat (I don't even know if they are
> > > compatible among them). In any case, we still would have to wait for
> > > a full specification of this protocol.
> > Sure, we can. But GoogleTalk is tight related with Jabber (maybe it's it
> > advantage). IAX is open protocol and can join Johnny Talker's users, IAX
> > compatible softphones' users, IP phones' users, ... IAX is really
> > popular in VoIP.
> Can IAX work without needing to set up some IAX server? How effective is
> in getting around firewalls?
> The main reason a Jabber-integrated answer is interesting is to keep
> things as
> simple as possible for the user. It should be click and go. We already
> a simple answer for developers: launch netmeeting or a SIP softphone and
> it the IP address. But this is horrible for users because in most cases
> won't even work due to firewalls.
> Johnny Talker sounds like it has a lot in common with an external
> Have a look at iChat AV sometime to see how this type of integration turns
> out. iChat has a built-in SIP implementation that negotiates a
> session between users. Since it is built-in, the UI is clean. However,
> since it operates independently from the IM part, it is unfortunately
> as effective as an external application. In other words, it never
> What can you say about these things?
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