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ידידיה יחזקאלי
Hello Linphone-engineers!
I'm trying to install Linphone on Linux Yocto (colibri-imx-emmc
4.9.87-2.8.4+g3bb6e32). I have a few questions:
1. Can I arrange a per-to-per connection without a registration server
and other servers?
2. Is Linphone written in Java?
If so, does it work on Jdk 7 (installed in Yocto)?
3. Can I contact the computer on which Java 8 and Jitsi meet
per-to-per are installed?
Thank.

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Stuart D. Gathman
On Wed, 11 Sep 2019, ידידיה יחזקאלי wrote:

> Hello Linphone-engineers!
> I'm trying to install Linphone on Linux Yocto (colibri-imx-emmc
> 4.9.87-2.8.4+g3bb6e32). I have a few questions:
> 1. Can I arrange a per-to-per connection without a registration server
> and other servers?

Yes.   You need a stable public IP for this.  Use IPv6 - or if you are
in IP4 NAT jail, use a VPN.  I like to use Cjdns, as that is a global
IPv6 mesh VPN.  You have to use raw ip to avoid using DNS servers.

Unfortunately, linphone can't use IP4 and IPv6 simultaneously.  You have
to switch back and forth.  My solution is to use linphone for IPv6,
and some other sip client for IP4 - since SIP clients that support IPv6
are rare animals (despite IP4 being obsolete for nearly 20 years).

I wrote an article about peer to peer that features linphone:
https://fedoramagazine.org/decentralize-common-fedora-apps-cjdns/

> 2. Is Linphone written in Java?

No.

> 3. Can I contact the computer on which Java 8 and Jitsi meet
> per-to-per are installed?

I don't know Jitsi is or what Java has to do with linphone.  SIP is a
protocol, and it shouldn't matter what language or languages the
clients/servers/peers are written in.  If it does, one of them is broken.

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a Microsoft sponsored "Where do you want to go from here?" commercial.
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