SİPfoundry (push to talk) Project

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Birtan PABUÇCU

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Nov 27, 2017, 4:51:23 AM11/27/17
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We did the SIPfoundry server setup. We want to push to talk with web and mobile devices as we see in the link. Is there documentation of help with the necessary adjustments? Do you help us with our software and mobile project (php, Android and iOS)? Thank you

Michael Picher

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Nov 27, 2017, 7:39:43 AM11/27/17
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Hi Birtan,


However, this feature you are referencing is specific to Polycom phones and not really related to sipXcom.

I would think it would be a fairly easy matter to locate some SIP softphone implementation and auto answer calls from other similar softphones and mimic a PTT setup. Maybe build off of something like: http://jssip.net/

Then you could use sipXcom as a SIP router.

Mike


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On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 4:51 AM, Birtan PABUÇCU <birt...@gmail.com> wrote:
We did the SIPfoundry server setup. We want to push to talk with web and mobile devices as we see in the link. Is there documentation of help with the necessary adjustments? Do you help us with our software and mobile project (php, Android and iOS)? Thank you

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Dec 8, 2017, 4:25:15 AM12/8/17
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we suggest exactly the way to do the push to talk project and we need sample codes. We want to make push-to-talk between the members of our own system and we want to be a server in our own world. We would be very pleased if you helped.

Birtan

27 Kasım 2017 Pazartesi 15:39:43 UTC+3 tarihinde Michael Picher yazdı:
Hi Birtan,


However, this feature you are referencing is specific to Polycom phones and not really related to sipXcom.

I would think it would be a fairly easy matter to locate some SIP softphone implementation and auto answer calls from other similar softphones and mimic a PTT setup. Maybe build off of something like: http://jssip.net/

Then you could use sipXcom as a SIP router.

Mike


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eZuce, Inc.

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Suite 104

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We did the SIPfoundry server setup. We want to push to talk with web and mobile devices as we see in the link. Is there documentation of help with the necessary adjustments? Do you help us with our software and mobile project (php, Android and iOS)? Thank you

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Michael Picher

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Dec 8, 2017, 4:39:54 AM12/8/17
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Well if you want ME to help, I'd need about $1M US and 2 or 3 years to hone my development skills (currently they are at 0).

Like I said in my previous email, if you want to do something like this you'll need to build off of a softphone to do it. sipXcom really is a Communications System / SIP Router and is not a softphone.

As I mentioned before, if I were you (and I'm not...) I would start looking at some SIP softphone implementation and auto answer calls from other similar softphones and mimic a PTT setup. Maybe build off of something like: http://jssip.net/

Mike


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