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    4 <p align="center"><FONT size="+1">Welcome to PJSIP Wiki!</FONT></p> 
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    7 <p>First thing first:</p> 
    8 <p><FONT size="+1"><A HREF="/repos/wiki/Getting-Started">Getting Started with PJSIP</A></FONT><BR> 
    9 If you're new to PJSIP, this will guide you to get PJSIP up and running in all platforms that we support.</p> 
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     3'''Getting Started''' 
     4{{{#!div align=left style="font-size: 70%;" 
     5 * [[span([/repos/wiki/Getting-Started Getting Started with PJSIP],title=This will guide you to get PJSIP up and running in all platforms that we support.)]] 
     6 * '''New: ''' [[span([wiki:Video_Users_Guide Video User's Guide],title=describes how to use the video feature with PJSIP.)]] 
     7 * [[span([wiki:PJSIP-Datasheet PJSIP Datasheet],title=lists all the supported features.)]] 
     8 * [[span([/repos/roadmap PJSIP Roadmap],title=shows the development plans.)]] 
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     12'''Frequently Asked Questions''' 
     13{{{#!div align=left style="font-size: 70%;" 
     14 * [[span([wiki:FAQ FAQ],title=Please read this first for any questions.)]] 
     15 * [[span([wiki:sound-problems Sound Problems],title=This is a good place to start for troubleshooting everything related to audio/media problems.)]] 
     16 * [wiki:Testing_Audio_Device_with_pjsystest How to Test and Optimize Your Audio Device] 
     17 * [[span([wiki:IPAddressChange Handling IP address change],title=This article describes some issues and their corresponding solutions related to access point disconnection; reconnection; and change in your PJSIP applications. The general issues related to the discussion will be explained; along with some specific issues to Symbian applications.)]] 
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    21 == General Information == 
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     23'''[[span(Documentation List,title=Browse documentation indexed by topics.)]]'''\\ 
     24{{{#!div align=left style="font-size: 70%;" 
     25== Features Configuration and Integration == 
    2226 
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     27Common: 
     28 * [[span([wiki:Python_SIP_Tutorial Python SIP Tutorial],title=A thorough tutorial on how to use Python to develop your PJSIP application. This article is also useful as introduction to PJSIP features.)]] 
     29 * [[span([wiki:QoS Support for QoS (TOS/DSCP, WMM, 802.1p)],title=explains how QoS is supported throughout the libraries.)]] 
     30 * [[span([wiki:AutomatedTesting PJSIP Automated Testing],title=PJSIP distribution has been equipped with automated testing scripts. This article describes how to configure it.)]] 
     31 * [[span([wiki:IPv6 Detailed explanation of IPv6 changes],title=explains technical details on what have been changed to support IPv6 throughout the libraries.)]] 
    2732 
     33Media related: 
    2834 
    29  * [wiki:FAQ PJSIP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)]. Please read this first for any questions. 
     35 * [[span([wiki:Media_Transport_Adapter Media Transport Adapter],title=is the primary mean to integrate RTP/RTCP processing into the media flow; get full access to SDP; and be involved in SDP negotiation.)]] 
     36 * [[span([wiki:Intel_IPP_Codecs Using Intel® IPP with PJMEDIA],title=explains how to setup the development in order to use Intel® Integrated Performance Primitive (IPP) libraries and reap various goodies from it such as AMR NB; AMR WB; G.722.1; G.723.1; G.726; G.728; and G.729 codecs.')]] 
     37 * [[span([wiki:SRTP SRTP Support],title=This article explains how to setup and configure Secure RTP (SRTP) support as well as a technical implementation notes. Could be useful for anyone looking to implement other media transport types as well.)]] 
     38 * [[span([wiki:3rd_Party_Media Integrating Third Party Media Stack],title=This article explains several strategies that can be used if one wants to integrate third party media codecs with PJSIP.)]] 
    3039 
    31  * [/repos/roadmap PJSIP Roadmap] shows the development plans. 
    32  
    33  * [wiki:PJSIP-Datasheet PJSIP Datasheet] lists all the supported features. 
    34  
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    39  
    40 == Tutorials == 
    41  
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    46  
    47 General: 
    48  * [wiki:Getting_Started_Using Getting Started Part II: Building Your Own Application using PJSIP]. This is the continuation of the [wiki:Getting-Started Getting Started] document, and is particularly useful for those who are stucked with Makefiles for their development. 
     40NAT traversal/PJNATH: 
     41 * [[span([wiki:Using_Standalone_ICE Using Standalone PJNATH's ICE],title=This article describes how to use the ICE stream transport of PJNATH directly without PJSIP/PJMEDIA in (probably non-SIP/SDP) applications.)]] 
     42 * [wiki:PJNATH_Memory_Usage PJNATH RAM Usage Analysis and Optimization] 
     43 * [[span([wiki:IceNegotiationFailure ICE Negotiation Failure],title=A short article explaining how to read the log file to find out information related to ICE negotiation results; and potential reasons of the failure.)]] 
    4944 
    5045Symbian: 
    51  * [wiki:DevelopingSymbianAppWithCarbide Developing, Building and Debugging PJSIP for Symbian S60 3rd Edition Device using Carbide C++]. This is a complete tutorial on how to setup Carbide, your device, and PJSIP for your development. 
    52  
    53 Python: 
    54  * [wiki:Python_SIP_Tutorial Python SIP Tutorial]. A thorough tutorial on how to use Python to develop your PJSIP application. This article is also useful as introduction to PJSIP features. 
    55  
    56 Windows 95/98: 
    57  * [wiki:Windows98_Support Building the Software for Windows 95/98 (win95/98)] explains things to tweak to make PJSIP works on Windows 95 and Windows 98. 
    58  
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    65 == Features Configuration and Integration == 
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    71  
    72 Common: 
    73  * [wiki:QoS Support for QoS (TOS/DSCP, WMM, 802.1p)] explains how QoS is supported throughout the libraries. 
    74  
    75  * [wiki:AutomatedTesting PJSIP Automated Testing] - PJSIP distribution has been equipped with automated testing scripts, and this article describes how to configure it. 
    76  
    77 Media related: 
    78  * '''New: ''' [wiki:Video_Users_Guide Video User's Guide] describes how to use the video feature with PJSIP. 
    79  
    80  * [wiki:Media_Transport_Adapter Media Transport Adapter] is the primary mean to integrate RTP/RTCP processing into the media flow, get full access to SDP, and be involved in SDP negotiation. 
    81  
    82  * [wiki:Intel_IPP_Codecs Using Intel® Integrated Performance Primitive (IPP) with PJMEDIA] explains how to setup the development in order to use Intel® IPP libraries and reap various goodies from it such as AMR NB, AMR WB, G.722.1, G.723.1, G.726, G.728, and G.729 codecs. 
    83  
    84  * [wiki:SRTP SRTP Support in PJSIP]. This article explains how to setup and configure Secure RTP (SRTP) support as well as a technical implementation notes. Could be useful for anyone looking to implement other media transport types as well. 
    85  
    86  *  Integrating Third Party Media Stack with PJSIP. These articles explains several strategies that can be used if one wants to integrate third party media codecs with PJSIP: 
    87     * [wiki:3rd_Party_Media_20 Version 2.0 and above] 
    88     * [wiki:3rd_Party_Media Version 1.x] 
    89  
    90  * [wiki:Audio_Dev_API Audio Device API]. New audio device abstraction API introduced in version 1.1. 
    91  
    92 NAT traversal/PJNATH: 
    93  * [wiki:Using_Standalone_ICE Using Standalone PJNATH's ICE in (non-SIP) Applications]. This article describes how to use the ICE stream transport of PJNATH directly without PJSIP/PJMEDIA in (probably non-SIP/SDP) applications.  
    94  
    95  * [wiki:PJNATH_Memory_Usage PJNATH RAM Usage Analysis and Optimization] 
    96  
    97 Symbian: 
    98  * [wiki:APS Using Audio Proxy Server (APS) in PJSIP] describes how to setup PJSIP to use APS. 
    99  
    100  * [wiki:VAS Using VoIP Audio Services (VAS) in PJSIP] describes how to setup PJSIP to use VAS. 
    101  
    102  * [wiki:Nokia_APS_VAS_Direct Using APS-Direct and VAS-Direct in PJMEDIA] describes how to setup the application to use the handset/hardware codecs such as G.729 and AMR-NB provided by Nokia S60 Audio Proxy Server/APS and VoIP Audio Services/VAS API. 
     46 * [[span([wiki:APS Using Audio Proxy Server (APS) in PJSIP],title=describes how to setup PJSIP to use APS.)]] 
     47 * [[span([wiki:VAS Using VoIP Audio Services (VAS) in PJSIP],title=describes how to setup PJSIP to use VAS.)]] 
     48 * [[span([wiki:Nokia_APS_VAS_Direct Using APS-Direct and VAS-Direct in PJMEDIA],title=describes how to setup the application to use the handset/hardware codecs such as G.729 and AMR-NB provided by Nokia S60 Audio Proxy Server/APS and VoIP Audio Services/VAS API.)]] 
    10349 
    10450 
    10551SIP related: 
    106  * [wiki:TLS Configuring PJSIP with TLS] describes how to setup and configure PJSIP to use Transport Layer Security (TLS) transport. 
     52 * [[span([wiki:TLS Configuring PJSIP with TLS],title=describes how to setup and configure PJSIP to use Transport Layer Security (TLS) transport.)]] 
     53 * [[span([wiki:SIP_Redirection Handling SIP Redirection],title=describes how to make UAC invite session/call follow SIP redirect (3xx) responses.)]] 
     54 * '''New: ''' [[span([wiki:URI_Escaping URI Escaping Info],title=contains information about SIP element escaping rules within PJSIP.)]] 
     55 * '''New: ''' [[span([wiki:Using_SIP_TCP Using SIP TCP],title=contains information about using SIP TCP transport.)]] 
    10756 
    108  * [wiki:SIP_Redirection Handling SIP Redirection] describes how to make UAC invite session/call follow SIP redirect (3xx) responses. 
    109  
    110  * '''New: ''' [wiki:URI_Escaping URI Escaping Info] contains information about SIP element escaping rules within PJSIP. 
    111  
    112  * '''New: ''' [wiki:Using_SIP_TCP Using SIP TCP] contains information about using SIP TCP transport. 
    113  
    114 Other: 
    115  * [wiki:IPv6 Detailed explanation of IPv6 changes] explains technical details on what have been changed to support IPv6 throughout the libraries. 
    116  
    117  * [wiki:new_changes Major Changes since Version 0.5]  
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    132  
    133 == Troubleshooting == 
    134  
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    139  
     57== Technical Articles == 
     58General: 
     59* [[span([wiki:PJSUA_Locks Avoiding deadlock with PJSUA-LIB],title=This article explains about the standard mutex lock ordering in PJSUA-LIB so is a '''must read''' for anyone working with PJSUA-API.)]] 
    14060 
    14161Media related: 
    142  * [wiki:sound-problems Sound Problems]. This is a good place to start for troubleshooting everything related to audio/media problems. 
    143  
    144  * [wiki:Testing_Audio_Device_with_pjsystest Testing and Optimizing Your Audio Device with pjsystest]. 
    145  
    146 ICE related: 
    147  * [wiki:IceNegotiationFailure ICE Negotiation Failure]. A short article explaining how to read the log file to find out information related to ICE negotiation results, and potential reasons of the failure. 
    148  
    149 Other: 
    150  * [wiki:crash-problem Crash Problem on Win32] 
    151  
    152 S60 Supported phones: 
    153  * [wiki:S60-Phones-Supported Supported and Unsupported Symbian 9.x, S60 Nokia phones] 
    154  
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    159  
    160 == Technical Articles == 
    161  
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    166  
    167 General: 
    168  * [wiki:IPAddressChange Handling of IP address change and/or access point disconnection and reconnection in mobile applications]. This article describes some issues and their corresponding solutions related to access point disconnection, reconnection, and change in your PJSIP applications. The general issues related to the discussion will be explained, along with some specific issues to Symbian applications. 
    169  
    170  
    171 Media related: 
    172  * [wiki:Tone_Generator Analyzing the PJMEDIA Tone Generator Algorithms Performance]. This article explains the speed and frequency accuracy characteristics of the various tone generator back-end algorithms that are supported by PJMEDIA. 
    173  
    174  * [wiki:PJMEDIA-MIPS PJMEDIA Performance Measurement]. This article is a '''must read''' for anyone looking to use PJMEDIA in performance constrained platforms (such as embedded or mobile devices), as it lists the performance requirements for each and all features in PJMEDIA. One can then tailor the features to meet both the functional and technical requirements of the development. 
    175  
    176  * [wiki:MeasuringSoundLatency Measuring Sound Latency] explains some tips to measure audio/sound latencies. 
    177  
    178  * [wiki:media-flow Media Flow Explained]. This short article explains how the media flows between various PJMEDIA components. 
     62 * [[span([wiki:Tone_Generator PJMEDIA Tone Generator Algorithms Performance],title=This article explains the speed and frequency accuracy characteristics of the various tone generator back-end algorithms that are supported by PJMEDIA.)]] 
     63 * [[span([wiki:PJMEDIA-MIPS PJMEDIA Performance Measurement],title=This article is a '''must read''' for anyone looking to use PJMEDIA in performance constrained platforms (such as embedded or mobile devices); as it lists the performance requirements for each and all features in PJMEDIA. One can then tailor the features to meet both the functional and technical requirements of the development.)]] 
     64 * [[span([wiki:MeasuringSoundLatency Measuring Sound Latency],title=explains some tips to measure audio/sound latencies.)]] 
     65 * [[span([wiki:media-flow Media Flow Explained],title=This short article explains how the media flows between various PJMEDIA components.)]] 
    17966 
    18067PJNATH: 
    18168 
    18269 * [wiki:PJNATH_Memory_Usage PJNATH RAM Usage Analysis and Optimization] 
     70 * [[span([wiki:get-around-nat-blocked-traffic-filtering Getting Around Blocked or Filtered VoIP Network],title=Getting Around Blocked; Filtered; or Mangled VoIP Network)]] 
    18371 
    184  * [wiki:get-around-nat-blocked-traffic-filtering Getting Around Blocked, Filtered, or Mangled VoIP Network] 
     72== Misc == 
     73 * ContributionAgreement 
     74 * GoogleSummerofCode 
     75 * Old: [wiki:SIP-Media-NAT-Traversal-Features PJSIP features with list of supported RFCs] 
     76 * [wiki:new_changes Major Changes since Version 0.5]  
     77 * [wiki:PJSIP-20-Release-Notes Release Notes for PJSIP 2.0] 
    18578 
    186 Other: 
    187  * [wiki:PJSUA_Locks Standard Mutex Lock Ordering with PJSUA-LIB to Avoid Deadlock]. This article is a '''must read''' for anyone working with PJSUA-API. 
    188  
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     84  '''[[span(Reference Manuals,title=Explore PJSIP online manuals and developer guides.)]]''' 
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     86      {{{#!td align=left valign=top style="border: none; font-size: 115%" 
     87      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjlib/docs/html/index.htm PJLIB Online Manual]\\ 
     88      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjlib-util/docs/html/index.htm PJLIB-UTIL Online Manual]\\ 
     89      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjnath/docs/html/index.htm PJNATH Online Manual]\\ 
     90      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjmedia/docs/html/index.htm PJMEDIA Online Manual]\\ 
     91      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjsip/docs/html/index.htm PJSIP Online Manual]\\ 
     92      [http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest/pjsip/docs/html/group__PJSUA__LIB.htm PJSUA-API Online Manual]\\ 
     93      [http://www.pjsip.org/python/pjsua.htm PJSUA Python Module Manual]\\ 
     94      [http://www.pjsip.org/pjsua.htm PJSUA Manual]\\ 
     95      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/release/0.5.4/PJSIP-Dev-Guide.pdf PJSIP Developer's Guide (PDF)],title=This is a lenghty documentation which was created during PJSIP design process. It explains concepts and relations (class library) and other descriptions about most objects in PJSIP. This document can also serve as general design document for writing SIP stacks.)]] 
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     98      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjlib/docs/html/index.htm 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
     99      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjlib-util/docs/html/index.htm 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
     100      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjnath/docs/html/index.htm 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
     101      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjmedia/docs/html/index.htm 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
     102      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjsip/html/index.html 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
     103      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjsip/docs/html/group__PJSUA__LIB.htm 1.x],title=Latest Version of 1.x.)]]\\ 
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     106      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-2/pjlib/docs/html/index.htm 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
     107      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-2/pjlib-util/docs/html/index.htm 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
     108      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-2/pjnath/docs/html/index.htm 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
     109      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-2/pjmedia/docs/html/index.htm 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
     110      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-2/pjsip/html/index.html 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
     111      [[span([http://www.pjsip.org/docs/latest-1/pjsip/docs/html/group__PJSUA__LIB.htm 2.x],title=Latest Version of 2.x.)]]\\ 
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    199115}}} 
    200  
    201  * [wiki:PJSIP-1.x-documentation PJSIP 1.x documentation list] 
    202  * [wiki:Using_Eclipse_with_PJSIP] 
    203  * ContributionAgreement 
    204  * GoogleSummerofCode 
    205  * [wiki:SIP-Media-NAT-Traversal-Features PJSIP features including list of supported RFCs] (old doc) 
    206  * [wiki:PJSIP-20-Release-Notes Release Notes for PJSIP 2.0] 
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