[nSLUG] SIP VoIP service with NS phone number
tjllml at cometonovascotia.ca
Wed Sep 16 08:45:01 ADT 2009
Quoting Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com>:
> 2009/9/15 Hatem Nassrat <hnassrat at gmail.com>:
>> On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 11:47 PM, Daniel Morrison <draker at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> So... you are on an intermittent connection, possibly disappearing
>>> from one IP network and appearing on another, and the client app on
>>> your phone might interact with the third party in the middle
>>> (webcallback), keeping (or "holding") your call active. So you don't
>>> lose the call even when you drop out momentarily.
>> more or less, but you make it sound complicated :p
> I make it sound complicated? Your way is magic:
>> Basically once the phone-to-phone is initiated you no longer need a
>> network connection
> Quite incredible, to be able to communicate without a network connection!
>> as the webservice would take over to call both
>> parties. To initiate the phone to phone with the API is like hitting a
>> single URL, so it should be quick and easy to do if you have any kind
>> of window while connected to an access point.
> Probably you mean something completely different from what I am
> understanding, but I suspect you are living and breathing technology
> and protocols that I have no clue about, so it all sounds impossible
> to me... no matter. I don't really ever plan to roam with a VOIP
>> Some providers allow you to end the call on the server side, however,
>> that is not documented as an option with the CallWithUs API.
I think I messed up in my last reply, so it might not show up.
Basically, the "operator" (web interface) connects the calls, to
PHONES it wouldn't have to be sip-phone or sip-sip. Once it's job is
done, it's out of the loop so to speak
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