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Thread: voice conference software with firewall support...?




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    Default voice conference software with firewall support...?

    hey guys...!
    i am using yahoo for voice chat but i am not happy with its service.can anyone speciafy any software which supports voice conference with firewall support..!

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    Default Re: voice conference software with firewall support...?

    you can try Dingotel, it is becoming quite famous for voice chatting and easy configuration...<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>

    www.dingotel.com or www.download.com<o:p></o:p>

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    I have got a slow bandwidth .. my voice conference with yahoo sucks.............is it okay for dingotel ?

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    Dingotel can support u to choice audio codec…..which helps you to get best performance in ur low bandwidth internet connection….

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    Default Re: voice conference software with firewall support...?

    thanks 4 ur reply..anybody have any other idea abt connection system ...?does it use server or direct link...?

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    Dingotel allows conference with excellent support for dealing with firewalls and NAT. it is a p2p application.......so...u don't need to worried about server.

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