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Hello
I try to make Phone applet client and transmit/receive RTP voice I found example on java website (AVReceive.java AVReceive2.java and AVReceive3.java and AVTransmit.java, AVTransmit2.java and AVTransmit3.java) that help me to development the project but I have one problem I need to transmit and receive the RTP voice on same port and all the example the I start the receive class on port X but transmit open other port
Does someone know how I can send and receive RTP on same port?
Does someone can send me example code?
Thanks in advance
Reuven
 
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