Jelle de Jong
jelledejong at powercraft.nl
Fri Jul 20 17:54:51 UTC 2007
Terry_G_Davis at Dell.com wrote:
> Cody thanks for that bit of info, however my main question was do I
> /need/ to have a sip server to run a sip app like ekiga? Or does that
> app or other sip apps house their own servers and you use them?
> *From:* xubuntu-devel-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com
> [mailto:xubuntu-devel-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] *On Behalf Of *Cody A.W.
> *Sent:* Friday, July 20, 2007 11:23 AM
> *To:* Xubuntu Development Discussion
> *Subject:* Re: Sip
> Hi Terry,
> Please check out the Ubuntu Server team mailing list (ubuntu-server) or
> irc chat room for help (#ubuntu-server on irc.freenode.net
> <http://irc.freenode.net>) on setting up a SIP server.
> Cody A.W. Somerville
> On 7/20/07, *Terry_G_Davis at dell.com <mailto:Terry_G_Davis at dell.com>* <
> Terry_G_Davis at dell.com <mailto:Terry_G_Davis at dell.com>> wrote:
> I know this is probably not the right list to make mention of this,
> however I wanted some input. If you are using an SIP app (ekiga) you
> have to have a SIP server in place correct? I have never messed with
> sip as of yet, and want to set something in motion for my Xubuntu-us-ok
> team. Since I am at my windows slave job today, I am blocked to view
> any research material concerning this during the day. Since I am
> wanting to try and figure this out before I head home, so once I get
> there I can just implement proper actions without having to research it
> Any advice, directions, or advice is welcomed.
> Thank You
> Terry Davis
You need a sip account only to use ekiga, This account logs into a
remote server (not your server) to connect. This sip account you can buy
at ekiga or other sip selling parties like voipbuster or a dsl adsl
You fill in this siop account info in the ekiga settings or other sip
protocol capable software or hardware.
Sometimes you have to set-up nat settings of your network, this is kind
of the downside of the sip protocol.
BTW, I will not answer any of your emails again if you use HTML mails
for normal text messages.
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