[Users] rtpproxy or RTPProxy, where to download or checkout--found it:). Re: Users Digest, Vol 15, Issue 61
mark at noc.mainstreet.net
Wed Aug 23 07:32:07 CEST 2006
>> RE: [Users] rtpproxy or RTPProxy, where to download or checkout--found it:)
And no one else might have the same hesitation as you?
(i.e., why not post the answer to your own question).
This is actually semi-interesting, because if you go here
you get the impression that rtpproxy-0.3 is the one to get.
There is a file there named: LATEST-IS-0.3
But here: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki-Portaone+rtpproxy
it gives instructions for how to pull it out of CVS:
* Download from CVS
note: you should update rtpproxy from CVS in order for it to work:
cvs -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.ser.berlios.de:/cvsroot/ser login
press enter when prompted for a password
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous at cvs.ser.berlios.de:/cvsroot/ser co rtpproxy
then do the usual: ./configure; make; make install
and the code you get is different.
Note that the output of "rtpproxy -v" has not changed (yet). So, the
CVS version is still 0.3, but it looks like some obvious bug fixes as
some arrays have had their dimensions increased by one, plus a couple
of new minor features (-T ttl and -L nfiles).
But wait, there's more: there is even a man page (rtpproxy.8)!!
>> Anyone can explain following options:
>> 1. -2fv
>> 2. -s path
>> 3. -L nfiles
The man page is there in the distribution from CVS:
-2 Send every RTP packet twice in sessions that use low-bitrate
codecs. Only packets that are smaller than 128 bytes will be
sent twice. This option can improve audio quality on lossy
-f Rtpproxy will stay in foreground mode if this option is set.
-v Show version of program.
This parameter configures rtpproxy control socket. The control
-L does not appear to be documented, but looking at the code it
RLIMIT_NOFILE The maximum number of open files for this process.
I have other things to say about rtpproxy, but I'll save it for
the next email...
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