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Topic # 13145 24-Apr-2007 14:26
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X-lite isn't behaving very well, so... what else is there that's recommended? Ideally something that'll let me record calls.




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  Reply # 68311 24-Apr-2007 14:41
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SIP or IAX?




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  Reply # 68313 24-Apr-2007 14:48
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Sorry, should've said that... SIP.




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  Reply # 68317 24-Apr-2007 14:57

spoilt for choice if you use Linux(?)
Ekiga (out-of-the-ubuntu-box), Kphone, PhoneGAIM (GAIM plugin), Twinkle (my favourite), Linphone (cross-platform), MiniSIP

for recording RTP try VoIPong http://www.enderunix.org/voipong/

edit: MiniSIP is cross-platform you could give that a try in Windows




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  Reply # 68318 24-Apr-2007 14:58
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What about for Wundaz?




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  Reply # 68406 25-Apr-2007 09:41
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Try SJphone, multiple platforms including mobile devices:
http://www.sjlabs.com/sjp.html




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