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Hi All,

            I built a MCU system successfull. And now i want to find a sip software for my system. What the best software

about calling through sip protocol for MCU?

Thank advance,
ldvhai
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OK, so you have an MCU -- but you don't tell us ANYTHING else about your system. This is tantamount to saying "I've built a new airplane from a kit, what's the best kind of engine fuel to use?" -- in other words, without significantly more data, most people can't make reasonable comments about this.

So assuming you built your MCU specifically to do telephony, what kind of CPU, what kind of telephony hardware interfaces, and even (if you've gotten that far) what kind of host OS are you using?

Dan
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Thanks for your answer.

The server for OpenMCU built on the VPS with 04 CPU, RAM 04GB, HDD ~30GHB, running on CentOS 6.5

In this time, I am being used the Linphone software running on Windows 7 & 8

Please give me some your advices about the best software for calling through sip protocol with OpenMCU (maybe License or Free), and with the software can run on Windows, Smartphone (Android, iOS).

Thanks in advance,

LDVHAI.
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Now we've got something to talk about.

All the hard work of making SIP run on CentOS has been done by the Asterisk project. There are tons of free things available... look at FreePBX, for one.

Now, just what do you want this MCU to actually DO -- I was assuming act as a PBX, but I may well be wrong, because I'm not at all sure what you mean by software that can run on all these other devices...

Dan
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My MCU is the Open Telepresence MCU instead of OpenMCU

Thanks,
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I am not trying to be flippant, but you do realize the core OS and capabilities of that are "supported" by Google, and they have printed manuals about how to load the SW, and how to interact with it here.

Please explain what it is you're trying to do (or at least what you want it to do that you haven't been able to figure out yet).

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