VoIP with RTP


I would like to transfer voice over IP by using RTP/UDP. But, before getting RTP packets, I should invite someone or answer invitiation without SIP.

Which protocal is the best to initiate(request or answer) a session?

Thanks, Uzun

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Send a mail to the other guy maybe ;-) I would use SIP, as I then can use a lot of other programs/devices.

Without SIP, you could just have the RTP port open and ready, and when somebody calls with "hello" on the line, you pickup your own microphone.

You do not have to do invitations at all. It depends on what you want to use this for.

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Christen Fihl

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