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Cisco Jabber Video is a server based software client that allows you to do video conferencing from your desktop or laptop computer. The central servers are hosted and operated by the Rechenzentrum Garching for the MPG. Using this VC client, you can communicate with all standards based (SIP or H.323) VC systems such as those existing within the MPG. A MPG-wide infrastructure for all institutes and all standard based systems is established. This includes phonebooks for all central institutions as well as single institutes, in case of they have a sufficient number of VC systems / partners. Currently, there are about 1000+ users registered at the Jabber Video server.

H.323 Client For Mac Os X

You should have a broadband internet connection as well as a moderately new Windows or Mac computer in order to be able to use the VC client. The minimum requirements are: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU, 512 MB RAM, OpenGL 1.2 / DirectX 8.0 graphics adapter, Windows XP SP2 / Vista SP1 / Windows 7 / OSX 10.6. Your laptop may have an integrated camera, however for better video and audio quality, we recommend using an external webcam such as Microsoft LifeCam Cinema / Studio or Logitech C525 / C930. For good audio, it is advisable to use either a headset or small external PC speakers. The Jabber Video client has an integrated echo cancellation which suppresses the echo generated when using a loudspeaker, given that the volume is not turned up too high. Should the person you are calling still experience an echo, either use a headset or a microphone/speaker combination with integrated echo cancelling such as the Phoenix Audio Duet PCS or Jabra Speak.

Note: Users joined into the Zoom meeting from the Zoom Desktop Client, Zoom Mobile App, or H.323/SIP devices can participate in breakout rooms. Users joined via the web client, Chromebooks/Chrome OS or Zoom Rooms are unable to join Breakout Rooms, but the main room can be used as an alternative session for these users.

BitWise IM is a secure, cross-platform instant messaging client written using wxWidgets and is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It comes in two flavors, Personal and Professional. The Personal version is free but limited to personal / home use; the Professional version provides private IM networks for corporate, non-profit and academic organizations

Gizmo unlike its competitor network Skype, the Gizmo Project network uses open standards for call management, the Session Initiation Protocol and Jabber.[2] But it uses several proprietary codecs, and like Skype the Gizmo Project client is proprietary/closed source software. The Gizmo Project is run by the company SIPphone.

The Google Talk client is currently only available for Windows (2000, XP, Server 2003, and Vista), but with the release of the Google Talk gadget, a user on any operating system with a web browser can use Google Talk. However, other XMPP clients, such as Pidgin, fully support other operating systems. Instant messaging between the Google Talk servers and its clients uses an open protocol, XMPP, allowing users of other XMPP clients to communicate with Google Talk users. VoIP in Google Talk is based around the Jingle protocol. The technology used within the Google server network however is not publicly known.

OS : Windows Licence : Freeware Protocols compatible with : h.323 Encryption : Feature :

SightSpeed is a videoconferencing, VoIP and instant messaging client for Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems. The service allows people to make video calls, computer-to-computer voice calls, and calls to regular telephones, with free and paid versions.

Windows Live Messenger (WLM), still commonly referred to by the previous name of MSN Messenger (MSN for short), is an instant messaging client for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows Mobile. In addition to PC-to-PC calls, Windows Live Messenger now supports PC-to-phone calls with Windows Live Call.

wxCommunicator is an open source SIP softphone released under GNU GPL version 2 licence. It is based on sipXtapi client library and wxWidgets 2.8.4 GUI library. It allows users to make phone calls to other users via SIP and chat. GUI relies entirely on wxWidgets XRC resource system.

Allow domains access through your Firewall, Web Proxy, or any other filtering device, List of IP addresses by region, Ports used by the Webex client for communication for both inbound and outbound traffic, Default Ports used by Video Collaboration Devices.


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