[Free-RTC] surge in interest in Lumicall

Derek LaHousse dlahouss at mtu.edu
Tue Dec 10 15:47:07 CET 2013

Is there any possibility you would make a diagram of your known
working servers available, along with the specific configurations you
use?  I find it difficult to understand what each line is supposed to
do, what each configuration option does to the SIP connection.
Certainly, you could redact any line that affects security of your

I believe the several other people who have posted "It doesn't work
for me" would also benefit from seeing a fully-formed, known-good


On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 7:54 AM, Sam Tuke <samtuke at fsfe.org> wrote:
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> On 09/12/13 21:29, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>> Just dial a number in the browser and if the phone has Lumicall then it
>> will ring - nothing to pay.  And the software is free too.  The blog and
>> the Lumicall site have had a tenfold increase in traffic since this was
>> released.
> Wow I'm not surprised it's generating traffic - sounds like an extremely
> interesting feature with some very practical features.
> I'll be reading your explanation when I have a few minutes. I'm sure thousands
> of webmasters would love to integrate FS dialling from their sites and webapps.
> Sam.
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