An opensource framework allows interoperable and inter-organizational use between different offerings (or servers). Signal can't be compared in this category, because it is simply an opensource client offered by one provider or organization, and not a standard for interoperable use: it can be...
I am looking for a working, lightweight SIP softphone client that runs on FreeBSD. Right now I am using net/linphone which works but has some audio buffer problems and I don't like the UI one bit. I also tried net-im/ekiga which I had been using on Windows many years ago, but it fails to detect...
How is SIMPLE for an XMPP messaging alternative?
Both are accepted IETF open-source standards.
XMPP is great, except it has a lot of overhead (sometimes heavy lag) because it uses XML. Is SIMPLE as secure as XMPP?
References & Links:
"Matrix is an open standard for interoperable, decentralised, real-time communication over IP. It can be used to power Instant Messaging, VoIP/WebRTC signalling, Internet of Things communication - or anywhere you need a standard HTTP API for...
Generate encryption keys with OpenSSL.
OpenVPN server openvpn.conf configuration file:
server 10.8.0.0 255.255.0.0
I have been asked to start looking into creating a VoIP server to save our company money. My experience using VoIP is reduced to Skype. So I do not have a good starting point here. I wonder if anyone could tell me what sort of things I need to get this project off the ground...
Sorry my english language
de0 - WAN interface
I have a gateway on FreeBSD (FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE)
Hi, I am getting pretty interested in all this FreeBSD propaganda and think I will try it on my laptop instead of Linux for a while (the major pull is ZFS). Looks like FreeBSD port system has all the software I typically use but alas one super important one (for me at least) is missing: Google...
I'd like to ask for some qualitative advice on audio/video conferencing. I haven't really found a good simple comparison of the alphabet soup of standards.
One endpoint will be Windows. My endpoint could be Windows or FreeBSD-8.1.
Yahoo Messenger immediately comes to mind as being...
Qutecom is a very fine VoIP client running on Windows/Mac/Linux already. Itâ€™s the official successor of Wengophone. Has anyone gotten around to trying to port it already? Unfortunately, I donâ€™t know enough of C++ to do it myself. :/
I am trying to get chan_mobile.so working with asterisk16.
What I did...
cd /usr/ports/net/asterisk16-addons/ && make install
but chan_mobile.so wasn't compiled, I could see the source file in work/asterisk-addons-188.8.131.52/channels/chan_mobile.c
Any ideas how to compile it?
Any help would be...