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By CG IT ·
Being a online gamer, we've used VoIP for years [couple now] for online ingame voice comm, so I was wondering if any of you guys, DKlippert, Joe Moore, Chas,Maxwell, ever get together to chat on Tech junk using VoIP and if not would anyone be interested in VoIP voice chat for tech junk?

Just wondering. Points doled out to everyone for this question.

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by TheChas In reply to VoIP & tech admin forums

Hi D.R.

I have not as yet made any use of VoIP.

Over half of my clients do not even have an internet connection. So, VoIP has not been a need / issue for me.

It would be interesting to converse with some of our peers though.

Thanks for the interest.

Chas

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by CG IT In reply to VoIP & tech admin forums

Chas if your interested in VoIP you can catch me on the =SEALZ= gaming community teamspeak server. visit http:www.dasmerg.net and on the left site of the site about half way down youll find links to the teamspeak server we use for gaming and other stuff along with a short tutorital on how it work and links to get the teamspeak client.

look for =SEALZ=M

though this is our gaming community VoIP server I can make up a tech channel.

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by CG IT In reply to VoIP & tech admin forums

I don't have the bandwidth to setup my own teamspeak server for tech people to chat with other tech people, the teamspeak client and server programs are great for this. I've talked to gamers all over the world [mostly europe and the far east though some in Russia] in RT while gaming. It's a great venue.

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by OTL In reply to VoIP & tech admin forums

Lets see, PC, Mic = VOIP, since audio only requires 8K, VOIP is attainable by even the worst dial-up connection (9.6K).

I regress, even dial-up will support a chat-room. 56K with 8K per connection = 7 connections, major clipping included.

In the forum you are looking at VOIP would be an interesting way of talking to the TECHEES.

Still wondering who it any still deal with WIN 3.1 ? (And every level up to Win XP)

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by CG IT In reply to VoIP & tech admin forums

OTL I still have my DOS 6.22 and W 3.1 floppies. I don't think anyone out there still runs W 3.1 maybe W95.

Just wondering if techs out use VoIP to "talk shop" like some of the scientists over at Caltech do.

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