[pjsip] pjsip over app protocol?

Richard Langly richard.ringo.langly at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 23:47:27 EDT 2009


Ugh, dumb question time, I'm grep'ing for anything 'sine wave
generator' and don't know which example your talking about here.

On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 10:18 PM, Shayne O'Neill<shayne.oneill at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm not well versed w/ voip, and am looking for a voip lib that will
>> allow me to easily grab the voice stream and wrap it into my own
>> application layer protocol, get the voice stream from point a to piont
>> b, and unwrap it at the other end.
>>
>> So, basically make a point-to-point voip call, yet ... use a voice
>> stream to help me see how well my app layer protocol performs.
>>
>> Is pjsip something I could easily do this with? If so, any pointers?
>> If not, any recommendations?
>>
>> Any help much appreciated.
>
> Ok, I might be misunderstanding you, but tell me if this helps;-
>
> Have a look at some of the test apps like the sine wave generator. PJSip has
> kind of a patch bay architecture that lets you define end points (like audio
> devices, sip calls, tone generators) and lets you arbitrarily patch them
> into each other.
>
> The sine generator is instructive in this case. It should be fairly straight
> forward to adapt that code into a generic end point template you can use to
> provide your own data stream.
>
> You basically create an end point, register it, then use a call to patch it
> in via the conference bridge. Its a rather powerful arangement.
>
> On 05/08/2009, at 10:49 AM, Richard Langly wrote:
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