Re: [obscurity-interest] GNU Free Call

Marc Petit-Huguenin <petithug@acm.org> Tue, 22 March 2011 16:43 UTC

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Hi Christian,

On 03/21/2011 10:37 PM, Christian Huitema wrote:
>> Not obscure, but at least slightly opaque:
>>
>> http://planet.gnu.org/gnutelephony/?p=14
>>
>>
>> Question: What could be done to reduce the "stand out", or "obviousness" of a SIPWitch node?
>
> P2P SIP comes to mind. Especially if we can use a form of P2P that allows for "local" discovery, without sending traffic to central points.
>

I am not sure to understand what you mean by local discovery.  Can you 
elaborate?  (I plan to release a FOSS implementation of RELOAD this year.  I'll 
let someone else do the SIP part, but I am interested on requirements for the 
P2P part).

Thanks.