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Voice over WLAN solution with linux VOIP server using SIP?

Can I use call admissin and control with linux VOIP server and also how to get the best of this deployment as the clints will be mobile devices with SIP application and thanks

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Re: Voice over WLAN solution with linux VOIP server using SIP?

The best performance that you can get will be determined by the VOIP protocol in use and the handsets in use.

 

You can use Call admission control if the protocol is sip, skinny, vocera or SVP.  The handset will dictate how your access points are planned and their power.



Colin Joseph
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Re: Voice over WLAN solution with linux VOIP server using SIP?

the Protcol is SIP and the handsets is normal Android devices and Apple IOS devices with SIP application on it.

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Re: Voice over WLAN solution with linux VOIP server using SIP?

The most important factor is how the iphone and the android phones roam and perform.  If iphones and android phones performed good with sip clients, handset manufacturers would be out of business.  It is not impossible to get them to be reliable VOIP clients, but it takes alot of work.  In addition, every android handset and every version of the iphone does not roam the same, so it would involve trial and error.  I would work with the SIP client manufacturer to get information on how to deploy your wifi.  If they have an existing customer that you can visit, as well, that would be good.

 

Like it said, it is possible, but it can be difficult.

 



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