[linux-audio-user] Re: GNU Audio Community Conference Room

From: Mike Taht <mike.taht@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Mar 08 2006 - 02:42:45 EET

This is mostly a note for Esben...

I setup an asterisk extension on one of my boxes to dial the
1222GNUAUDIO extension

it's very straightforward, for you asterisk newbies out there, it's a
one liner in your dialplan:

exten => 333,1,Dial(SIP/1222GNUAUDIO@email-addr-hidden);

Judging from your setup description, however, it's not clear if the
"-"s in 1-222-GNU-AUDIO are not required and in fact is invalid syntax
for dialing via some clients.


Secondly, these two numbers are not equivalent in your conference
setup map. I just dialed both the ascii version and the number and
they dump you into distinct conference rooms.

The "hold" sample is quite nice. I would argue in favor of a greeting
message "welcome to the lad conference room", and quiet crickets, over
the repeated "you are the first participant" message (from a "I'll
just hang out here and talk to anybody" perspective)

I'm sore tempted to open up a whole bunch of sip/iax/h323 extensions
on my own box with gateways to free world dialup, firefly, sip guest,
iax guest, etc...

Is there anything in sipphone.com's terms of service against using
their conferencing service in this way?

On 3/7/06, Hans Fugal <hans@email-addr-hidden> wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 at 15:48 -0500, Lee Revell wrote:
> > On Tue, 2006-03-07 at 12:31 -0800, Mike Taht wrote:
> > > Only kphone has jack support built in, and it doesn't upsample or
> > > downsample, so you have to run your jack server at 8khz.
> >
> > Heh, that's pretty funny. Seems like it should be easy to fix if JACK
> > is running at the standard 48000Hz or 96000Hz.
> It's probably easier to fix kphone's jack support, but if anyone has the
> itch I once upon a time started a jack IAX client for talking to
> asterisk. It's not done, but what I did do is available. It just needs a
> UI and a jitter buffer, if my memory serves correctly. A simplistic UI
> wouldn't be hard, but realizing I needed a jitter buffer is where it
> stopped being fun. ;-)
> http://hans.fugal.net/src/alex
> At the time I was not impressed with any softphones for linux, so I
> started my own. Now I really like Twinkle, so if I really wanted JACK
> I'd see if I could add it to Twinkle.
> http://twinklephone.com
> --
> Hans Fugal ; http://hans.fugal.net
> There's nothing remarkable about it. All one has to do is hit the
> right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.
> -- Johann Sebastian Bach

Mike Taht
PostCards From the Bleeding Edge
Received on Wed Mar 8 04:15:06 2006

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