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Dele Olajide


Posted by Dele Olajide Champion Jul 28, 2012

I use the Phono SDK from Voxeo to enable phone calls from a web page on a couple of projects which include the Inspired-Social (WordPress/BuddyPress) plugin for Openfire. I like using Phono SDK, but it is dependent on external cloud servers in the Internet that cannot be accessed in some situations.


Recently on request, I had to modify it to work directly with an in-house Openfire server to provide Jingle voice calls over the RTMP and RTMFP transport as well as SIP calls to PBX phones. The result of that work is now available as Redfire-Phono which replaces the Red5Phone softphone in the Redfire plugin for Openfire.


For more information about Redfire-Phono, see the latest release note for Redfire

Just posted version 0.4 of the Jappix plugin for Openfire  at


It includes:


  • Jappix Nemesis Alpha 2 [0.9.2~dev]
  • Quercus 4.0.25 PHP Java Engine


It also includes experimental support for:


  • WebSockets (needs Openfire 3.7.2)
  • WebRTC audio only with Jingle (needs Chrome Canary Version 22.0.1210.0)


It is compatible with Jitsi-Jingle  version 0.4 and Candy plugin for Openfire ver 0.4. You can make the following audio calls


  • Personal P2P Jingle voice chats between Jappix and Spark users




  • Group voice chats between, Jappix, Candy, Spark and SIP phones using an MUC




This is very experimental stuff and a few outstanding issues to be fixed to make WebRTC work properly with Jitsi-Jingle. use at your own risk

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