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I need an open-source video conferencing solution that supports H.323. Any ideas?
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Have a look at 9 Video Conferencing Tools for Small Organisations:

http://www.pcquest.com/pcquest/news/180762/video-conferencing-tools-small-organisations

Gadi
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Yes we do have the solution that supports H.323.PeopleLink is the best solution.
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