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Re: [steering-discuss] SC calls via Mumble or OpenMeetings


Christian Lohmaier wrote on 2011-06-27 16.20:

"With top quality, minimum latency and positional information sent, it
is 133.6 kbit/s including the IP and UDP overhead. With 60 ms
transmission delay, the lowest quality speech and no positional
information, it is 17.4 kbit/s (again with IP and UDP overhead). The
default quality setting uses 58.8 kbit/s."

that indeed sounds good.

I agree - so the ideal solution would just hook both traditional
phone-lines and mumble together. That would require one system that
can dial in to talkyoo and acts as a bridge to mumble - i.e. a
softphone that listen on both and forwards to both. (Well, depending
on how well echo-cancellation works, one might need two
one-directional systems here.

Such gateway wqould be what I'm looking forward to, may it be with Mumble, Skype or anything else. For Skype, you can buy a SIP trunk, but that is quite expensive, about 6-7 USD per month and line, so something with Mumble could be better. Simon already pointed out Mumble can connect to FreeSwitch, we might have to investigate.

But again I second Florian's question:
Those who are affected by the lack of dial-in numbers provided by
talkyoo - what would be the best alternative in your opinion?
( ) Skype
( ) OpenMeetings
( ) Mumble
( ) neither, need regular landline number
( ) other, please specify _______________________

Alternatively, you might point out why a given solution is not a valid
alternative (I cannot use xxx because yyyy)

+1. Let's wait for that feedback first, before we make plans. My ideal solution would be something plus PTSN/VoIP gateway.


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