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Looking for VOIP tools for H323 and SIP protocols

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nhutdtvt

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VOIP tools neeeeed!!!

Hi there!
I have a project on VoIP (Voice over IP). I have learnt H323 and SIP protocols.
Now I have to built a program run on one of the two protocols.
I use VB but I don't have tools on these protocols.
Could you please give me some links or upload here tools for me?
Thanks very much!
By the way, I also need some advices and experience of you!!!
thanks again!
Regards, Nhutdtvt
 

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Re: VOIP tools neeeeed!!!

I'm sort of looking for the same type of data, could you please share with me what you have ?!
 

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Re: VOIP tools neeeeed!!!

Hi

As an advice implement SIP it's simpler as I understand.
SIP in dominating in the market these days too.

If you need information about H232 go to
www.openh232.org

you can check
www.VOIP-forum.com
www.voip-info.org

I have a question about your resources to learn SIP.
I need to learn more about SIP
May you share your resources with us

Salam
Hossam Alzomor
www.i-g.org
 

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Re: VOIP tools neeeeed!!!

Hi,

For H.323, you need to use a ready-made protocol stack, because it is way too complicated to write your own 'asn.1 parser' (H.323 is encoded in asn.1). Openh323 is free, and is good.

For sip, although it is ascii, is it probably still good to use a ready-made stack, e.g. vovida.

For h.323, it is probably good to download the openphone softphone (openh323.org) and then you can play around with compiling it, and making modifications.
 
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