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AppleScript desktop dialer for Asterisk

Asterisk Desktop Dialer

This is an incredibly simple idea – but incredibly useful: a desktop application (written in applescript) where you copy/paste the number you wish to dial, it connects to your local asterisk server via its management interface, and dials the number on your phone.

You’ll need a mac (obviously), a desktop phone (even more obviously), and an asterisk server (most obviously), preferably on your lan, which you can configure to allow network access to the AMI (Asterisk Manager Interface).
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SIP TCP support in Asterisk

Edit: This post is now quite out of date. There’s a more recent discussion of this at the trixbox forums.

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Despite digium‘s screwed up licensing restrictions, and its diabolical coding standards (something which Callweaver will hopefully make a thing of the past, but that’s for another day), SIP over TCP support is now finally available in asterisk (at least for the 1.2 branch).

Brief instructions how to upgrade your 1.2.x installation are given below: Read the rest of this entry »

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Nokia E65 supported codecs

Based on a little sip debugging, these appear to be the supported audio codecs on the Nokia E65

  • AMR
  • PCMU
  • PCMA
  • iLBC
  • G729

The above is the order they’re presented in, so it’s probably also the order of preference.

Note: These are for VOIP calls only, the media player supports a much broader range of formats.

Update (15 Oct 2007): Nokia have released a simple application called SIP VOIP Settings which now allows you to change the preference order of codecs.

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Nokia SIP settings for Irish VOIP providers

Well it took me long enough to work out what works, so here they are in case someone else finds them useful. Read the rest of this entry »

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