Re: how many open (listening) ports on IP telephone
That is an interesting question to which I'm afraid I don't have the answer, but I can only encourage you to do a few quick tests. I recall that the conferencing application in the SDK is limited insofar that there's no instance that would mix the streams, so basically only one person can talk at the same time. I would presume that since you can only have one active call, that the phone cannot mix streams either, but that's rather easy to test. IN this forum you'll find a jmf based g.711 streamer that supports wave files.. just set up a few streams, send a few executeitems to your phone to make it listen to these streams, and see what you get.
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