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TeamSpeak is a proprietary VoIP client, server, and protocol. You would set up a server, then you and other users would set up your clients and connect to the server. Here’s how to set up the client on Linux.
A forensic consideration of Skype.
Out of the box Skype can log text chats. To record voice or video, however, you need a third party add-on. …
Skype has rarely worked out of the box for me. And being proprietary and suffering from weak support for Linux, all you can do is engage in trial and error testing until either it works or your patience runs out. … Continue reading
Softphones, also called VoIP clients or video conferencing clients, provide voice and video calling over the Internet. Here are my observations on those that I’ve come across.
Ekiga is an open source video softphone, providing voice and video calling over the Internet. It uses the two major telephony standards, SIP and H.323, so — unlike Skype — you are free to choose your preferred service provider, and … Continue reading