OpenGatekeeper H.323 Proxy
I would like to annouce me, Roman Skvirsky, the developer of this project, looking for a remote work (software development) or project related to VoIP development.
I have experience in C/C++/H.323(Win32/FreeBSD/Linux), IP telephony, multimedia development.
In June of 2005 I finished large H.323/SIP project for Swiss company. The project was based on OpenH.323 stack and involved components like gatekeeper, softphones, voice mail servers, conference servers, H.323<->PSTN/ISDN gateways and many other. I was project manager and head of St. Petersburg (Russia) office where major development work was done. Now I am available for new projects. I have team of 3 experienced developers that can be involved into another project.
The list of recently finished projects is available here: http://www.rsdevs.com/projects.shtml.
I am open for proposals. Feel free contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Firstly get the OpenH323 sourceIn order to install and build and the OpenH323Proxy you first need to download, install and build the OpenH323 and PWLib libraries source. For details on how to do that please go here.
Download the source codeThe latest stable source code is available on the downloads page.
The latest development is available from CVS repository. This is a work in progress, so only use it if you want to be on the bleeding edge. It may not compile and it may have bugs. You can get the latest revision of the code anonymously by using the following commands:
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/openh323proxy login cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/openh323proxy co openh323proxyYou can browse the CVS archive over the web. Or look here for more information.
Compiling the codeMake sure the source is in a subdirectory of openh323 called openh323proxy.
Under Linux first create the dependencies using the commands "make optdepend" and "make debugdepend" and then compile using "make opt" for the release version or "make debug" for the debug version.
Under FreeBSD follow the instructions given for Linux but use "gmake" instead of "make".
ToolsOpenGatekeeper should compile with gcc version 2.95 or later on Linux or FreeBSD.
Earlier versions of these compiler may work, but I haven't tried them.
Running OpenH323ProxyOn Linux or FreeBSD it runs as a daemon. To run it as a daemon use the command line option -d.
You can use the options -c -x to run it in interactive mode for debugging.
PR link: Photo RSDevs Ltd
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Maintained by Marco Polci
and Roman Skvirsky
Last updated 21th of May 2002
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