On 30/05/15 19:31, Luya Tshimbalanga wrote:
On 30/05/15 01:19 AM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> I'm just wondering if anybody has any feedback about https://FedRTC.org
> Did you try it from a browser? Which browser worked better?
> Did you try any SIP clients with it, e.g. GNOME Empathy, Lumicall,
> Linphone, Sflphone, Jitsi, Ekiga, CSipSimple? Many SIP
> clients should work just by giving them the user(a)fedrtc.org SIP address,
> they can discover the other settings from NAPTR and SRV lookups.
> It is currently not possible to make calls where one user has a normal
> softphone and the other user is using a browser. This is because the
> browsers require more advanced variations of the streaming protocols
> (e.g. Opus codec, AVPF, DTLS-SRTP) and none of the softphones have
> implemented those fully. So it is browser to browser or softphone to
> softphone for now.
> 1. https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/telepathy-rakia
> 2. http://lumicall.org
> 3. https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/linphone
> 4. https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/sflphone
> 5. http://jitsi.org
> 6. https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/ekiga
> 7. https://f-droid.org/wiki/page/com.csipsimple
I just tried my new fedrtc account.
with Firefox hits SDP
I think that is back now, you can try calling the time service with this
Using SIP application like Empathy hits a Network error.
Did you get any indication if the error was connecting to fedrtc.org
it was an error from the party you were calling?
Please check your Empathy settings, you may need to explicitly tell it
to use TLS
Here is a screenshot for Empathy with debian.org
Where it says debian.org
, you just put fedrtc.org
and where it says
"vogler.debian.org" you can put sip-server.fedrtc.org
You could also try the checkbox "Ignore TLS Errors" to see if it is a
TLS issue, but you should not leave that checked permanently, it is
really just for testing.