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<pre wrap="">Am Mi 30. Januar 2008 schrieb Jeremiah Flerchinger:
<pre wrap="">Ekiga is just a client package and doesn't contain a server component,
What for do you want to have a server on GTA? BTW linphone is no way different
in this aspect AFAIK.
I personally wouldn't want a server on the phone. I would rather log
into a separate SIP/IAX server that could give access to land lines as
well as SIP VOIP lines. I was trying to extend the post I replied to
& gather more suggestions for SIP client software because I didn't
understand why an entire server was needed.<br>
<pre wrap="">like asterisk. There is also linPhone (<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.linphone.org/">http://www.linphone.org/</a>), That
might be nice for ... people who don't want
to run an entire asterisk server on their phone.
<pre wrap=""><!---->That's true for every SIP-Usaer-Agent, i think. Just no need for a "server".
Register with any SIP-provider, or simply do direct IP2IP without any
registrar at all. I don't know _any_ SIP-softphone that needs asterisk on the
Agreed, as I said above. Still, I do prefer the idea of using a
SIP-provider instead of IP2IP purely for the purpose of calling land