Conference call over VOIP

Started by gp.k...@gmail.com September 21, 2018
I asked a related question repeatedly but I have a slightly simpler question.

We have a bunch of controllers running embedded Linux and connected via ethernet. 
We need to provide conference call audio between up to six parties where all callers
can hear each other.  We need a solution that doesn't depend on a niche product that
might not be around for long.  Are there any suggestions for how we could do this?
gp.kiwi@gmail.com <graeme.prentice@gmail.com> wrote:
> I asked a related question repeatedly but I have a slightly simpler question. > > We have a bunch of controllers running embedded Linux and connected via > ethernet. We need to provide conference call audio between up to six > parties where all callers can hear each other. We need a solution that > doesn't depend on a niche product that might not be around for long. Are > there any suggestions for how we could do this?
Asterisk server and softphones on the clients? Theo
On Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 10:55:55 AM UTC+12, Theo Markettos wrote:
> gp....@gmail.com wrote: > > I asked a related question recently but I have a slightly simpler question. > > > > We have a bunch of controllers running embedded Linux and connected via > > ethernet. We need to provide conference call audio between up to six > > parties where all callers can hear each other. We need a solution that > > doesn't depend on a niche product that might not be around for long. Are > > there any suggestions for how we could do this? > > Asterisk server and softphones on the clients? > > Theo
Thanks. That looks like a possibility.
On Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 10:28:36 AM UTC+12, gp....@gmail.com wrote:
> I asked a related question repeatedly but I have a slightly simpler question.
oops, meant to say "related question recently".