[sip-comm] Would anyone be willing to build an automated IVR based on Sip-Communicator?


#1

Hi,
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 david@reliableresponse.net with how much you think it's going to
cost. Anyone who tells me it'll be less than $1000 will be ignored :slight_smile:

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?

Thank you!
-Dave Rudder
http://www.reliableresponse.net
303-542-1990

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#2

What about using Asterisk for that ?

HTH,

regards,

Rob.

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From: "David Rudder" <david@reliableresponse.net>

To: <users@sip-communicator.dev.java.net>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 6:28 PM
Subject: [sip-comm] Would anyone be willing to build an automated IVR based onSip-Communicator?

Hi,
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 david@reliableresponse.net with how much you think it's going to
cost. Anyone who tells me it'll be less than $1000 will be ignored :slight_smile:

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?

Thank you!
-Dave Rudder
http://www.reliableresponse.net
303-542-1990

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#3

We support Asterisk as well, but customers have asked for a direct connection. We need a way of directly talking over the telephone, regardless of platform. Our customers have said they want to use TTS to receive messages that say "The network is down". Obviously, with the network down, you can't use email :slight_smile: They say that they don't want to trust a complicated system like Asterisk to handle this condition.

Personally, I don't agree with them. I think Asterisk is rock solid. I *LOVE* the FastAGI interface. But, they sign the checks :slight_smile:

-Dave

Robert Rozman wrote:

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What about using Asterisk for that ?

HTH,

regards,

Rob.

----- Original Message ----- From: "David Rudder" <david@reliableresponse.net>
To: <users@sip-communicator.dev.java.net>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 6:28 PM
Subject: [sip-comm] Would anyone be willing to build an automated IVR based onSip-Communicator?

Hi,
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 david@reliableresponse.net with how much you think it's going to
cost. Anyone who tells me it'll be less than $1000 will be ignored :slight_smile:

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?

Thank you!
-Dave Rudder
http://www.reliableresponse.net
303-542-1990

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#4

What about using Asterisk for that ?

OR ser with sems....

http://www.iptel.org/ser
http://www.iptel.org/sems

it easy way to do it.

P.S. rest of yours 1000$ you can send to us.

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On Thu, Oct 19, 2006 at 07:55:16PM +0200, Robert Rozman wrote:

HTH,

regards,

Rob.

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Rudder" <david@reliableresponse.net>
To: <users@sip-communicator.dev.java.net>
Sent: Thursday, October 19, 2006 6:28 PM
Subject: [sip-comm] Would anyone be willing to build an automated IVR based
onSip-Communicator?

>Hi,
>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 david@reliableresponse.net with how much you think it's going to
>cost. Anyone who tells me it'll be less than $1000 will be ignored :slight_smile:
>
>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?
>
>Thank you!
>-Dave Rudder
>http://www.reliableresponse.net
>303-542-1990
>
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