[bf1942] can get voip to work with server that have more than one ip adresse

Andreas Andersson andreas.andersson at dice.se
Tue Jun 21 07:49:41 EDT 2005

That is correct, there is no standalone VOIP-server for linux.

-----Original Message-----
From: Luke [mailto:luke at techfreak.org] 
Sent: den 19 juni 2005 16:40
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] can get voip to work with server that have more
than one ip adresse

Sorry - I havent been able to locate the Linux standalone VOIP server. I
am assuming it doesnt exist - looks to me like this is built for Windows
only. Andreas?

Maybe somone else can comment on binding to an IP for VOIP as I havent
used this yet - I want to run a remote VOIP server.


RFTN-Kenny said:
> Hey all
> i have a problem
> we have a server with more than one ip and I cant bind the right ip to
> buildin voip, i am not using a remotevoip server
> i have set the 2 ip settings, and i tryed typing in the
> but it is only active if sv.voipenabled 1
> sv.serverIP ""
> sv.interfaceIP ""
> sv.voipEnabled 1
> sv.voipQuality 5
> sv.voipServerRemote 0
> sv.voipServerRemoteIP ""
> sv.voipServerPort 55125
> sv.voipBFClientPort 55123
> sv.voipBFServerPort 55124
> but it still uses the first ip, is there a way to fix this
> dit anyone found the stand alone voip tool for linux ?
> Kenny

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