I'm a software developer with a product that uses JAIN-SIP. Well, I
should say *tries* to use JAIN-SIP. Works great in the lab, but not so
much in the field. I've come to the conclusion that I'm a great Java
developer, but lacking some when it comes to using JAIN-SIP.
Would anyone be willing to build some software for me? Details below.
I'd be willing to pay, of course. I imagine anyone who is familiar with
the workings of Sip-Communicator should be able to do this pretty
easily. If you think this is something you'd like to do, please email
me at email@example.com with how much you think it's going to
cost. Anyone who tells me it'll be less than $1000 will be ignored
Details of Project:
My software is an emergency IT notification server. We need it to
dial-out through a SPA-3000. I will supply a wave file (either as a
stream of bytes or a file) that you play over the phone, repeating until
a DTMF digit is hit (preferably using SIP-INFO), or the phone is hung
up. You call a function with the digit that was hit, and I return a new
wave file. You play that and then hang-up.
In theory this should be easy. But, I've had a devil of a time getting
it to work right. Can someone help me out?