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turn server hardware configuration [duplicate]

I want to deploy TURN server on CentOS 6.0 which can handle 5000 audio video connections at a time. Can any buddy give me minimum hardware requirement for it? Specifically number of CPU, RAM and ...
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Configuring ASA 5510 for multiple port-forwarding using TCP-UDP service group

I'm currently trying to configure two different ASA 5510s to properly forward all ports used in h323 video conferencing to the proper video conferencing equipment setup on the internal network on each ...
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Using Openfire for distributed XMPP-based video-chat

I have been tasked with setting up a distributed video-chat system built on XMPP. Currently my setup looks like this: Openfire (XMPP server) + JingleNodes plugin for video chat OpenLDAP (LDAP ...
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AT&T Business Class Internet Router Options [closed]

I have a situation where AT&T seems to be very uncooperative in their selection of modems (routers) for their business class DSL service. They essentially gave us only two options for modems ...
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Autonegotiation on laptops for mobile users a must now?

I work in Unified Communications for a company with about 9000 desktops and laptops. I'm part of a team who is implementing and supporting things like Lync and Jabber Video and audio conferencing. ...
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Is 802.11g wifi enough for 2Mbps videoconferencing? [closed]

Is connection of videoconference equipment with WiFi stations in bridge mode instead of wired connection will affect the videoconference quality? For the WiFi link used Ubiquiti NanoStation Loco2, ...
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opensource videoconference soft [closed]

I am looking for a piece of open source software or library which can do the following: Working a mux on client side (like a Skype/iChat videoconference (more than two callers at a time)) Supports ...
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What is the video-conferencing limit of Microsoft Lync

How many people can participate in a video-conferencing call using Microsoft Lync? -- By contrast, Skype supports up to 10 people using video-conferencing. Once that number is exceeded ...
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Does ejabberd support audio/video calls?

My server is running Ubuntu and I have installed ejabberd as one of the famous xmpp servers in order to organize chatting system. Ejabbered is working fine with text messages, but I would like to know ...
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Small business video confrence. Any reason why I should not use Skype?

I'm going to need to set up video conferencing between Hawaii and Seattle for a small business. They would like to use a mounted TV to do the video conferencing. It will be one TV to one TV ...
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How do I Set up a Video Conference with a Tandberg Edge 95?

I was asked to set up a video conference between my company which currently has no video conference equipment and a location that has a Tandberg Edge 95. I've looked at the product data sheet. But ...
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System architecture of Cam Chat Websites (tinychat, omegle, cam4)

Do anybody know what kind of system architecture is behind Websites like tinychat, omegle, cam4, chatroulette? And how much bandwith is needed per connection? If I'm not wrong they use some video ...
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Remote Controlled IP Based Webcam

This may be a tumbleweed, but does anyone know of a webcam that can be remotely controlled via IP? (understanding you'll have to have static IPs, NATing, open ports in firewalls, yada yada yada) For ...
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H.323 to RTSP gateway?

Is there such a thing as a H.323 to RTSP gateway? Am I searching for the wrong terms? This site seems to imply that such a thing should already exists, but I cannot find anything at all. My end goal ...