This page provides relevant information on how to use the
C# SIP source implementation of Ozeki VoIP SDK for making an efficient VoIP
example in ASP. Useful information can be found about the
configuration and source code below on the page.
The ASP voip callback sample program is a web application
created by Microsoft ASP .NET technology. It was developed with the purpose to
demonstrate how easy it is to create a free callback service for your customers.
On the callback required interface customers have the opportunity to give their
availability that will be dialed and connected by the application to the
operator. To make the process simpler the availability of the operator
also needs to be provided.
The sample program registers to a SIP PBX with a
given SIP account. After the finalization of the call back request the program
dials the two phone numbers. If the two calls were successfully established
then the program connects them or if necessary it terminates the line.
How to build an ASP VoIP example?
With Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK the building process of ASP VoIP example is relatively
short. You only need to implement this SDK and you can create your ASP VoIP
example right away.
Some prerequisites are needed to operate ASP VoIP example properly.
- Windows XP
- Microsoft Windows Server 2003
- Microsoft Windows Server 2008
- Microsoft Windows Vista
- Microsoft Windows 7
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
- Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 or 4.0
- SIP account in a VoIP service provider, or own PBX (SIP PBX), or an ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter)
- Internet connection
The following webpages give more detailed information about
ASP VoIP example. Read them as well to realize all the great solutions that are
offered by this program.
ASP VoIP example configuration
This page provides a detailed tutorial that shows the configuration steps that
will give help in the configuration process of ASP VoIP example.
When you decide to purchase an Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK license you may be interested in
A purchased Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK "license" can be used to build a "single product".
This "single product" (along with its subsequent versions) can be freely distributed
in as many copies as you wish without paying any royalties or license fees to Ozeki.