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  1. #1
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    Sending voice over a SIP Session

    Hello, I need to know how can i form an audio packet and send it through a SIP session?
    This might look pretty simple for someone who is knowledgeable and that is not me.

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    Re: Sending voice over a SIP Session

    Hi,

    You can establish Sessions through SIP, but for sending audio packets, you have to use RTP. There are RTP Stacks out there, similar to those you have for SIP. So you can combine both SIP and RTP stacks in your application.

    To know about RTP you can go through this link.

    Example RTP application can be found in this wiki link

    Alternatively, You can also use open source RTP stacks written in "C" in your application, using open c/c++
    Whoever does not try, does not learn.

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    Re: Sending voice over a SIP Session

    Thanks a million sir. Working on it......

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    Re: Sending voice over a SIP Session

    hi islamfunny,
    I have an appplication as you
    but I found some problems
    thank you for helping me here @ my lamjedguesmi@live.fr

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