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simph323(1)                                              simph323(1)

       simph323 - simple H.323 client given as an example

       simph323 -l|--listen [options]...

       simph323 [options]... address

       simph323  is  a  command line application that is given as an
       example of what you can do with openh323, it is a simple h323
       client  that  can be used to listen for incoming H.323 calls,
       or to initiate a call to a remote host, however, if you  want
       a real h323 client I'd suggest you check out ohphone.

       simph323  includes  a really simple prompt where you can pick
       up incoming calls or reject them as they arrive, also hang up
       active  calls (with the h command) and exit the program (with
       the x command).

       When used with the -l option, simph323 will wait for incoming
       calls.  If  this  option is not specified, simph323 expects a
       hostname to be specified and will attempt  to  connect  to  a
       H.323 client at that address.

       All  of the command line options to simph323 can be specified
       in long form, and the most commonly used  options  also  have
       single character equivalents.

       -a, --auto-answer
              Automatically answer incoming calls.

       -b, --bandwidth bps
              Limit  bandwidth  usage  reported to gatekeeper to bps

       -D, --disable codec
              Disable the specified  codec  (may  be  used  multiple

       -f, --fast-disable
              Do  not  request H323V2 FastConnect when initiaiting a

       -B, --forward-busy party
              Forward the call to the remote party if busy.

       -g, --gatekeeper host
              Upon startup, register only with the  specified  gate‐
              keeper  rather than attempting to find a gatekeeper by
              using UDP broadcast.

       -T, --h245tunneldisable
              Do not perform H245 tunneling when initiating  a  con‐

       -h, --help
              Show help message.

       -i, --interface interface
              Only  bind to the specified network interface address.
              By default, simph323 automatically listens for  incom‐
              ing  calls  on all TCP/IP network interfaces available
              on the host machine.  This option is useful  for  run‐
              ning   multiple   copies   of  simph323  on  the  same
              multi-homed machine, or for ensuring that  only  calls
              from  the  external,  or  internal,  network  will  be
              received on a particular handset.

       -j, --jitter delay
              Set jitter buffer to delay ms. By default, the  jitter
              buffer is set to 50 ms.

       -l, --listen
              Listen for incoming calls.

       -n, --no-gatekeeper
              Do not attempt to find a gatekeeper upon startup using
              UDP broadcast.

       -o, --output filename
              Write trace output (enabled with the -t option) to the
              specified file rather than to stderr.

       -P, --prefer codec
              Prefer  the  specified  codec  (may  be  used multiple

       -r, --require-gatekeeper
              Exit if a gatekeeper cannot be found.

       -e, --silence
              Disable silence detection  and  removal  for  GSM  and
              software G.711.

       -s, --sound device
              Select  the sound input and output device. The default
              value is /dev/dsp0.

       --sound-in, --sound-out device
              Select the sound input or  output  device  seperately.
              Only  needed if different sound devices are needed for
              input and output.

       -t, --trace
              Enable  debug  tracing,  which  displays  messages  at
              run-time to assist in debugging or problem identifica‐
              tion.  Specifying this option multiple time  increases
              the  amount  of  information  displayed.  simph323 has
              trace statements up to level 5. Use the -o  option  to
              write  the  trace information to a file rather than to

       -u, --user name
              Set local endpoint alias name. Can  be  used  multiple
              times  to add multiple aliases.  By default, the alias
              list contains a single entry with the  current  user's
              login name.

       simph323 -l
              Find  a gatekeeper on the local network, register with
              it, and then listen for incoming calls.

       simph323 -ln
              Listen for calls  without  registering  with  a  gate‐

       simph323 -n ipaddress
              Make a call directly to another endpoint without using
              a gatekeeper


                             18 Jul 2001                 simph323(1)
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