[h323plus] OpalCall Concept Question

Simon Horne s.horne at packetizer.com
Sun Nov 18 18:40:51 EST 2007


I think woomera is a fantastic idea in being able to use a text base
external channel to control multi-device, multi-protocol bridging. It's
simple easy and I liked it the first time I saw it a couple of years back I
certainly hope its successful.


-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Southeren [mailto:craigs at postincrement.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 7 November 2007 11:40 AM
To: Simon Horne
Cc: bxg; h323plus at lists.packetizer.com; Opalvoip-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [h323plus] OpalCall Concept Question

Simon Horne wrote:


> Hi all,
> I have just read opal code for a while. The concept of OpalCall puzzles
> The OpalCall is not existed in OpenH323 project. It's easy to think
> as a gateway between H.323 and SIP connection, however how does this
> applied to OpenMCU. In the conference environment, How can OpalCall
> represent a conference or in the other words, how to implement conference
> using OPAL stack?
> Can you give me some advice£¿ Thks.

There is a new version of OpenMCU that uses the same base code, but uses
a protocol called Woomera to seperate the MCU functions from the
underlyng protocol. So far, it supports H.323, SIP and raw RTP and SRTP.
In raw RTP ot SRTP mode, it can support 1000 simultaneous clients.

Right now, it is audio-only but video functionality is being worked on.

See the www.woomeravoip.org site for more information



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