Here's an idea for seamless entering of an ip address without significantly
changing the Jitsi code or user interface.
Define a character sequence of # and * that means to Jitsi "the following
is an IP address".
Ie, you define "***" as the IP address "escape code". And then you dial ***
(trailing # signalling the end of the ip address)
Would it work? comments? (I remembered this because I had a SIP client a
long long time ago which allowed to direct dial an IP address if you
preceded it with an "escape sequence" (I don't remember what it was at this
point, but something like ###)
In any case, directly calling an ip address might be useful for a very
short time, until IPv4 is still used. When everyone switches to ipv6, have
you seen the lenght of a IPv6 address?. ie 2001:4860:4001:4002::14
Hard to remember, for sure.
.. but it would still be doable with the suggested method, by replacing :
...Just an idea...
On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 7:58 AM, Gene Wu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Is direct SIP IP calling supported in Jitsi? In other words, the
ability to make or receive calls using the SIP protocol to their IP
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