[Users] MOH SIP UA - does such a program exist?

CARTWRIGHT, CORY C (ATTSNET) cc3283 at att.com
Mon Apr 9 20:16:15 CEST 2007

Hello Aaron,

You did not state what you have tried already, but I wonder if using the
perl libraries Net: SIP would work?  I noticed a bounty for an Asterisk
port, but that was back in 2005, so the latest versions might have
support already.


-----Original Message-----
From: users-bounces at openser.org [mailto:users-bounces at openser.org] On
Behalf Of Aaron Daubman
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 11:41 AM
To: SER Users; OpenSER Users
Subject: [Users] MOH SIP UA - does such a program exist?


I'm looking for a (IPv6 capable) SIP UA that functions basically as a
Music-on-Hold type client.

This will be used in a lab, and the basic desired functionality is to
have this UA register its extension, and then have any of our
soft/hard-phones be able to dial the extension and hear the music
playing (WAV, MP3, whatever) - note that there is no need for it to be
able to handle simultaneous calls... a SIP softphone that allowed
auto-answer and auto-wav-playback would be exactly what I'm looking

I really just want to remove the need to have a live person on the
other end of a call to answer and speak to demonstrate VoIP
functionality during lab demonstrations and quality experiments...


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