[Freeswitch-branches] [commit] r11144 - freeswitch/branches/gmaruzz/src/mod/endpoints/mod_skypiax
gmaruzz at freeswitch.org
Mon Jan 12 11:03:07 PST 2009
Date: Mon Jan 12 13:03:06 2009
New Revision: 11144
--- freeswitch/branches/gmaruzz/src/mod/endpoints/mod_skypiax/README (original)
+++ freeswitch/branches/gmaruzz/src/mod/endpoints/mod_skypiax/README Mon Jan 12 13:03:06 2009
@@ -17,7 +17,9 @@
If your server's Skype client(s) has got the Skype credits, Skypiax works for SkypeOut calls too.
-You can use it from the dialplan, eg with the provided modified "default.xml" dialplan, you can call "sip:skype/remote_skypename__OR__skypeout_phonenumber" for calling via the Skype network from a SIP softphone to remote_skypename or to a phone number via SkypeOut, or you can call the "2908" extension from any phone to be bridged to the Skype Test Call).
+You can use it from the dialplan, eg with the provided modified "default.xml" dialplan, you can call a "skype uri" that's the word 'skype' followed by a slash and a destination: "skype/remote_skypename__OR__skypeout_phonenumber" for calling via the Skype network. Eg "skype/echo123" or "skype/+18007844444".
+You can use the "skype uri" of the provided dialplan also directly for a SIP softphone, eg X-Lite.
With the provided skypiax.conf.xml all incoming Skype calls will be routed to the "5000" extension, the IVR in default FreeSWITCH installation.
@@ -25,7 +27,7 @@
On a Linux machine with 3GB ram and a quad core intel6600, we got no problem with 20 concurrent calls, and plenty of room for adding more Skypiax channels (100? not tested).
-On Windows, no need to do anything special, the Skype client is lighter on CPU.
+On Windows, no need to do anything special, the Skype client is lighter on CPU.
''Skypiax is now pre-beta, but usable for testing and finding bugs :-).''
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