Re: [rtcweb] SIP on the Web: presentation and video

Thomas <thomas@cipango.org> Thu, 13 October 2011 08:13 UTC

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Subject: Re: [rtcweb] SIP on the Web: presentation and video
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Hi Iñaki and José, 

We've added SIP over WebSocket support to cipango (sip/http servlets) based on your proposal and are wondering whether you plan to share the JS client ? 
We would be interested for testing purposes and we'll be happy then to provide feedback.

Regards, 

Thomas

Le 11 oct. 2011 à 09:46, Iñaki Baz Castillo a écrit :

> 2011/10/11 José Luis Millán <jmillan@aliax.net>;:
>> Some weeks ago we made a concrete proposal for signalling between Web
>> browser and server in RTCweb. Such a definition was described in
>> "draft-ibc-rtcweb-sip-websocket-00".
>> 
>> We don't advocate for a default signaling protocol in RTCweb (not at all).
>> Current proposal is just an example of a working signaling for RTCweb based
>> on SIP and carried over WebSocket.
>> 
>> We have just uploaded a video demo in which there can be seen a real
>> implementation of the mentioned draft.
>> 
>> The components of the signalling architecture are a WebSocket capable
>> SIP proxy and a SIP stack written in JavaScript. These are needed to
>> make the browser became a real SIP node, capable to interact with real
>> SIP World.
>> 
>> We would like to emphasize that the aim of this video is nothing but
>> showing an implementation of the proposed signalling.
>> 
>> 
>> We wish you enjoy.
>> 
>> http://sip-on-the-web.aliax.net.
> 
> 
> Hi, the video is at the end of the HTML presentation. Direct links anyhow:
> 
> - Ogg Vorbis video (17 MB) - http://sip-on-the-web.aliax.net/sip-on-the-web.ogv
> - MP4 video (5.7 MB) - http://sip-on-the-web.aliax.net/sip-on-the-web.mp4
> - AVI video (46 MB) - http://sip-on-the-web.aliax.net/sip-on-the-web.avi
> 
> Regards.
> 
> 
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> Iñaki Baz Castillo
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