On Tue, 2007-07-10 at 16:32 +0100, Chris Woods wrote:
> True. I was working at Symbian a couple of months ago and a few of the guys
> there had their E61's set up with a Linux SIP server for VOIP.
I am very impressed with the E61 as a VOIP phone.
It does have a couple of issues with authentication, but the clarity of
the call over WiFi is excellent.
It is a bit of a pain to set up the SIP parameters though.
The guide on the blueface site is a good reference for setup.
Was looking at a Nokia N95 earlier, the 802.11 and VOIP client has made
Nokia phones alot more interesting now...
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