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hi,
i am using j323 engine to communicate between two applications running on two different machines using jtapi (java telephony api) but i am unable to hear any sound, neither the person at the other end is able to hear any sound. The programs that i am using are the sample programs from 'Sun' called Incall.java and Outcall.java. I have made all the necessary modifications to the programs to make it work with the j323 engine.

I am working on linux.

I have JMF installed in both machines involved

I am calling the method 'getProvider()'in the following way                                      'myprovider.getProvider("H.323_Endpoint;login=najeeb.ahmed;h323.endpoint.signaling.port=49150;jmf.package=com.ibm.media.teljmf.TjTmProvider
")'


I have read in the j323 documentation that the jmf based media subsystem plugin should handle all the streaming of media (sound). So what do i have to do? Do I need to add the streaming code in the above mentioned programs

if any one has any answer, please reply soon.
thanks
Najeeb ahmed
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Hi,

do you have the JMF installed properly? Try to run JMStudio to test this.
second, if you are using Linux you won't ever hear sound since J323 is not properly implemented to record sound on Linux.
third, trying to play sound from a file or recording it, won't work either since this part of JTAPI is not implemented in J323. (For no known reason).

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