Schedule: Open Source VoIP with Debian

Daniel Pocock
Day Saturday
Room AW1.125
Start time 18:00
End time 19:00
Duration 01:00
Event type Podium
Track Debian
Language English
Slides (PDF)
Video (Ogg/Theora)
Video (DIVX)
Video (Ogg/Theora/Low quality)
Open Source VoIP with Debian

Companies are seeking to rip out their proprietary phone systems and looking to VoIP to provide an all-in-one, open standards/open source solution.

Of course, for those who don't want a blue screen of death appearing on their telephone display in the middle of an important sales call, Debian (should be) the platform of choice.

During this session, Pocock will discuss some practical examples of building VoIP solutions on Debian, will look at the reSIProcate stack as a way to integrate SIP features into existing Linux desktop and server applications (with an example that developers can take away and use in their existing applications), and will happily take questions on other topics including QoS, Asterisk, SER, Codecs/bandwidth requirements and ENUM.

Depending upon the availability of time and equipment, there may be some practical, hands on experiments/demonstrations of SIP technology.