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Old 03-25-2005, 11:28 AM   #1
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Question VoIP Packets capturing in linux


I want to know how can we capture the voice packets in linux from mike becoz i am doing a project about capturing and sending these VoIP packet from client to server in linux , so if i can get the name of the library or anything else which would help me in building this application or atleast understanding its core concept .

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Maybe you should check out one of the open source VOIP projects


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