[MLB-WIRELESS] P2P Text/video/Audio chat?i
Michele Favara Pedarsi
mfp at meganetwork.org
Mon Feb 14 21:07:43 EST 2011
Jabber (and so xmpp and jingle) have been designed to be p2p; even on
the s2s side.
Secure (if you can get enough randomness), efficient, neutral/universal ...
If the client is based on libpurple you'll get all that Computer Beautyness.
2011/2/14 Russell Kennett <russellkennett at gmail.com>:
> Hi Mark,
> I've only used the peer-to-peer function in linux, but saw some notes in the
> docs saying that the projects it depends on are currently not working on
> windows (avahi/zeroconf/bonjour etc). I'm sort of curious now, so I might
> have a play with it myself and see if I can get it going.
> On 11 February 2011 11:48, Mark Aitken <nodegxt at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> Hi Russel,
>> I have downloaded and installed Ekiga as you suggested and it "appears" to
>> work as I want. I haven't tried it on a closed system yet.
>> Luckily it is available for the windows platform as the intended target
>> audience, many are not linux users at all.
>> The intended audience are a group of local ham radio operators. we are in
>> the throws of setting up a well sited AP and antenna in our local area
>> for "ham radio" use.
>> Thanks for the assistance
>> On 10/02/2011 6:00 PM, Russell Kennett wrote:
>> Take a look at ekiga. Pretty sure it does all that on Linux, but not sure
>> on windows as I think it relies on avahi discovery.
>> On 10 Feb 2011 17:02, "Mark Aitken" <nodegxt at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I am looking for software that will allow for text, video & audio chat.
>> > peer to peer use.
>> > Must work in a closed network, ie, no connection to the internet, no
>> > central server.
>> > I have tried Netmeeting but not suitable.
>> > And freeware is best :)
>> > Thanks
>> > Mark
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