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I guess H.323 would be a good choice as it's standards-based, or perhaps something around SIP. Skype is likely (I guess) to be a non-runner because it is (as JGZ said) proprietary.

I guess that the likes of Skype will likely grow gateways in the future, so the different standards will interwork even if they don't converge.

As to a VoIP-enabled router: I just prefer to have these things on my computer and would like RO to gain this particular capability.

 is a RISC OS UserTonyStill on 26/12/05 4:28PM
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