voip on Debian

Brandon Kruse bkruse at openmoko.org
Wed Oct 1 04:44:27 CEST 2008

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Interesting. Good find and setup.

I am currently working on some iax2 related code for gta02 and future
phones as far as the voip stack.

I was running into some audio problems for awhile, but am starting to
get all those little bugs worked out.

There was ideas of a really slimmed down version of Asterisk being the
_actual_ client in which people will use. This will allow them to use
some of the core functionality of Asterisk as well.

We will see where it goes.

I am pretty familiar with Asterisk Channel drivers :)

And it all depends on how easily the technology you are hooking into is.

- -bk

Florian Hackenberger wrote:
| On Saturday 06 September 2008, TL Mieszkowski wrote:
|> There is the potential to do some really cool stuff with asterisk it
|> has quite a bit of functionality.
| We should really write a channel driver for the Neo (wolfson codec & GSM
| modem daemon). We could then use asterisk for custom voicemail boxes,
| dialplan routing (think time based blacklists etc.) for calls coming in
| over GSM. As far as I'm familiar with the asterisk channel modules,
| that should not be too difficult.
| Cheers,
| 	Florian

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