Cornfed SIP User Agent 1.1.1 reviewDownload
Cornfed SIP User Agent is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based softphone for your IBM-compatible Personal Computer running the L
Cornfed SIP User Agent is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based softphone for your IBM-compatible Personal Computer running the Linux operating system.
The Cornfed SIP User Agent allows you to make Internet phone calls using an Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) or Open Sound System (OSS) sound card with speakers and microphone as your telephone handset.
Here are some key features of "Cornfed SIP User Agent":
Supports SIP (RFC 3261), SDP (RFC 2327), and RTP (RFCs 3550 and 3551)
Automated detection of Residential Gateways using Network Address Translation (NAT)
Supports Digest authentications for registrations and outbound INVITEs
Support for loose proxy routing using Record-Route and Route headers
Handles forking of outbound INVITEs by proxies
Supports re-INVITEs for changes to media transport
Supports G.711 mu-Law and a-Law voice codecs
Supports RFC 2833 DTMF tone generation
Supports SIP compact header forms
Gnome GUI and CLI clients
The Cornfed SIP User Agent is provided free of charge for personal use for users of the Linux operating system. The program is provided as a binary distribution only. The Cornfed SIP User Agent is specifically designed with embedded and mobile wireless devices in mind.
Development is under way to bring this client to other platforms. If you are interested in licensing this technology for your commercial application, please contact Cornfed Systems at 410-404-8790.
What's New in This Release:
Support for the GNOME GUI client was dropped.
The ability to turn off DNS lookups and run using IP addresses only was added.
Measuring and usage of estimated Round Trip Times (RTTs) was added.
Lots of bugs were fixed, including several that improved sound quality significantly.
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