VoIP with RTP Tags: VPN IP UDP VoIP Networking Last response: January 11, 2005 7:18 PM in Networking Share Anonymous January 11, 2005 9:48:20 AM Archived from groups: comp.dcom.voice-over-ip (More info?) Hello, I would like to transfer voice over IP by using RTP/UDP. But, before getting RTP packets, I should invite someone or answer invitiation without SIP. Which protocal is the best to initiate(request or answer) a session? Thanks, Uzun More about : voip rtp Anonymous January 11, 2005 7:18:30 PM Archived from groups: comp.dcom.voice-over-ip (More info?) Send a mail to the other guy maybe ;-) I would use SIP, as I then can use a lot of other programs/devices. Without SIP, you could just have the RTP port open and ready, and when somebody calls with "hello" on the line, you pickup your own microphone. You do not have to do invitations at all. It depends on what you want to use this for. -- Christen Fihl http://VoIP.fihl.net Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources About Voip Technology : RTP over TCP Forum RTP flow Forum Double your number of purchased SIP/RTP phone lines for fr.. Forum Open source RTP/RTCP stacks Forum RTP Header Compression: How does it effect flow through ne.. Forum SolvedWhen using VoIP sound stops coming from the headset Forum SolvedVOIP issues and high ping rates from router Forum Solvedbasic VoIP question ? Forum SolvedWhich Gaming/VoIP headset for £80-£100 ? Forum SolvedConnecting VoIP into my home network? Forum Solvedi need to build small voip system please help Forum SolvedVOIP questions and referral Forum SolvedShould I use a separate multi-port router in order to connect Airport Express and PhonePower VOIP? Forum Solvedhow to allocate bandwidth for users and prioritize for voip/video calls? Forum SolvedNeed help with VoIP Hardware Forum SolvedVOIP Audio issues making/receiving calls Forum SolvedNew to Pc Gaming What games have public VOIP? Forum SolvedWireless router and VOIP problems? Forum SolvedDo I need an Ethernet hub, switch, or even a router to have my Ethernet VOIP telephony box to be hardwired "separately"...? Forum Solved2 routers - one for voip the other wifi Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !