Need a Simple C++ Code for VOIP

Hi friends,

Please guide me I need a simple C++ code for VOIP. I will appreciate you if you introduce me a simple C++ code for VOIP.

I look forward for your kind responses.

Sincerely.
So you would like code for c++ code for Voice over IP. I am a beginner and can`t help you but I do know that not that much ppl will check UNIX/Linux programming forum. (Cuz not that much ppl use Linux for programming.But they should)

You can edit post and move it to General C++ Programming
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I googled "How to make a C++ VoIP example, and the first result ( http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5127383/voip-programming ) has a couple links, one link even goes to a step by step tutorial for a H323plus VoIP example. Hope this helps.

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CaptainBlastXD wrote:
Cuz not that much ppl use Linux for programming
I beg to differ I think a LOT of people use *nix to program.
CaptainBlastXD wrote:
Cuz not that much ppl use Linux for programming.
giblit wrote:
I beg to differ I think a LOT of people use *nix to program.

I left Windows Vista and been using Linux ever since. I've tried several distros and have settle on crunchbang. I've dabbled with Red Hat/Fedora, Ubuntu and its variants, Knoppix, Mandrake/Mandriva, and a few others before settling on #!.

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I only use Vista for gaming. Though I need to get back to using and start Windows programming again.

There is a cross-platform lib for VOIP => http://www.speex.org/
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@ drew887

I saw H323 plus tutorial but it was not simple, I was confused. Please introduce me a much more simple code.

Thank you so much my friend.
@ BHXSpecter

Speex is not related to my work since it is an application for voice compression not an application for voice transmission over IP.

I need a simple C++ code for VOIP.

Sincerely.
Speex is a codec and an API to use in your programs to stream sound. It is can be used for VOIP.

http://speex.org/docs/
Speex Docs wrote:

The Speex API Reference Manual provides information on programming with libspeex.
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There are others to use than Speex as well. Both Mumble and Teampseak use a more modern codec named Opus now: http://www.opus-codec.org/
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