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Matthias Mosimann
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Hi everyone
I don't know if I'm on the right place here. But let's try:

I want to write a voice over ip client like microsoft net meeting. But I have no idea witch classes I have to use and where I could get some information about this stuff. (I believe that I have to use the JMF java media frame work <- could somebody affirm that?)
Somebody there who has some experience in coding such a application and who can me give a little lift about this?

Thank you very much for every answer.

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Matthias M.
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jason adam
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Howdy Matthias, and welcome to the Ranch!
I'm going to send this to the Sockets and Internet Protocols forum, I think that would be a better place to address your issue. You might even want to try searching that forum for Voice Over IP, or something similar, there may already be questions asked similar to yours!
 
Matthias Mosimann
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nobody has an idea?
 
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The Java Telephony API (JTAPI) would be a good thing to look at first. See here for info.
 
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Thank you for your posting.
 
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