VoIP application development using SIP protocol
Milic, Dee; Zhou, Dong; Situ, Hailing
This aim of this project was to the explore JAIN SLEE standard 1.1 programming model and SIMPLE (Sip for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions) protocols, developing a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) application with functions that include making a phone call, instant messaging to peers, and at the same time providing users with buddy list information of their peers. The JAIN SLEE platform RhinoSDK 2.0 (developed by OpenCloud) was to be used and an example application that is included with RhinoSDK 2.0 was to be extended. During the project the phone call functionality was scoped out of the project and the focus was set on implementing the instant messaging and presence functionality. This report describes the functions that have been implemented on the server side and client side of this VoIP application.
Publisher: University of Otago
Series number: 2008/01
Research Type: Discussion Paper