[SIP Beyond VoIP] CLI usage
mike at musicplace.com
Sun Dec 10 02:21:34 CET 2017
I think I failed to "Say thank you, Dan!" when I first read this, so...
Thank you, Dan!
On 12/08/2017 03:31 AM, Dan Pascu wrote:
> On 7 Dec 2017, at 3:52, Mike Morris wrote:
>> I've been using the fabulous Blink client (on Linux) for several months and really love it. I'd like to set it up as a "click to dial" handler for URLs common on the internet, either the "TEL:" or "SIP:" schemes. A couple of questions:
>> • It looks like Blink itself does not support command line parameters, is that correct?
>> • I haven't seen any mention of an API for blink so I assume that does not exist either, is that correct?
> If you mean controlling it from the command line, that's correct
>> • The "SIP SIMPLE client SDK" clearly *does* support command line dialing. Before I try to figure out how to use it, will I be able to have Blink running, and dial a call with the SIP Simple Client (via a script or URI handler) and handle the call via the running Blink instance?
> SIP SIMPLE is just an SDK to build SIP clients with, it's not a SIP client, so no it doesn't have command line dialing. Maybe what you're looking for is sipclients, which are a set of command line SIP clients written on top of SIP SIMPLE.
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