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Open Source VOIP

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    NetNinja
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    My compnay used to use a wonderful product called HearMe VOIP using SIP. By far it was the best VOIP solution that was available in the market back in 1998 and I believe still is, unfortunatly the company went bust and sold thier assets to GameSpy.
    We use a company called TelcoPoint to provide us with VOIP (Which uses HearMe’s technology.

    Right now I am trying to search for a solution that will allow me to do PC-PC VOIP,not really concerned about using VOIP telephones.
    Would anybody have any solutions in mind?
    http://www.vovida.org has some nice open source stuff but nobody is really using it on a large scale.

    #21785 Reply
    Rommel
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    Microsoft has a really nice windows xp client. if you sign up for .net service you can do voip long distance.

    #21786 Reply
    Tom Howard
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    Hi R.,

    How are you? What’s the XP client you mention. Is it Windows Messenger?

    #21787 Reply
    NetNinja
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    You must be talking about Netmeeting correct?

    I wonder if you can build yourself a bridge server and connect exclusivley between you and another PC without Microsofts help.

    #21788 Reply
    Tim
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    U can set up you own Metting meeting server with active directory and using win2k Advance server…. there is a whole media deployment section for webcasts and Streaming difreent things from the server… netmeeting is one.

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