Monthly Archives: September 2012

openSuSE 12.1, VoIP via Ekiga and a Bluetooth headset

Amongst many other things, we’re thinking about a video phone/conferencing solution for our traveling users. The project hasn’t had too much attention in the last months, but received much support lately, leading to both progress and demand. Expectedly, we’re running … Continue reading

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Trying to use Linphone for video calls

We’re playing with a number of video-capable VoIP solutions for Linux, and linphone was one of them. We have an openSuSE 12.2 test system with webcam and installed the distributed version of Linphone (version 3.5.2). Registering it with our Asterisk … Continue reading

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OpenWrt, strongSwan and policy-based routing

As I might have mentioned before, we’re using OpenWrt-based routers to connect satellite offices and road warriors to our head office. Our OpenWrt routers are at the “Backfire” level, with 2.6 kernels and strongSwan 4.5. With dynamic addresses assigned to … Continue reading

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