[jitsi-users] Recommended Sip server?


#1

Hi

At the moment I am using ejabberd for xmpp as my server. The call
quality is ok (well not so , tried many codecs without really good
results), the video quality is ok. However I am wondering if I could get
the call quality to be improved if I was to channel my user therough
sip. So I am looking for somewhat easy to install/configure sip server
that is jitsi compatible on Linux(debian in this case)

Will sip server provide better quality than xmpp channeled connections?

Any suggestions?

thanks

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#2

Hi bilgici,

I recommend taking a look at sip2sip.info for a free SIP account and to
study what they use.

Best,
Jungle

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On Nov 18, 2013 11:41 PM, "bilgici" <bilgilerim@fastmail.fm> wrote:

Hi

At the moment I am using ejabberd for xmpp as my server. The call
quality is ok (well not so , tried many codecs without really good
results), the video quality is ok. However I am wondering if I could get
the call quality to be improved if I was to channel my user therough
sip. So I am looking for somewhat easy to install/configure sip server
that is jitsi compatible on Linux(debian in this case)

Will sip server provide better quality than xmpp channeled connections?

Any suggestions?

thanks

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#3

Hi,

call quality has nothing to do with the signaling protocol. You could
try different codecs and see which suits you best.

Regards
damencho

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On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 9:39 AM, bilgici <bilgilerim@fastmail.fm> wrote:

Hi

At the moment I am using ejabberd for xmpp as my server. The call
quality is ok (well not so , tried many codecs without really good
results), the video quality is ok. However I am wondering if I could get
the call quality to be improved if I was to channel my user therough
sip. So I am looking for somewhat easy to install/configure sip server
that is jitsi compatible on Linux(debian in this case)

Will sip server provide better quality than xmpp channeled connections?

Any suggestions?

thanks

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#4

Hi

Do you recommend any particular codec for audio and video?

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On Tue, Nov 19, 2013, at 12:36 AM, Damian Minkov wrote:

Hi,

call quality has nothing to do with the signaling protocol. You could
try different codecs and see which suits you best.

Regards
damencho

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