[Q] WIFI only TOY (PLEASE VOTE!!): OPTION(1) VoIP or OPTION(2) Linux?
Ho Ho Ho!
PLEASE VOTE (JUST CLICK ONE)!!! Everyone here gets a vote, regardless of status as expert or noob
(mustering my best HAMLET voice..) "To Linux, or VoIP, THAT! is the question"....
I've been out of the scene for a while (working 2 jobs all this year). So I have quite a little collection now of phones, I've been building up. I consider them all WIFI only "TOYs" now
, and will probably never reactivate them for cellular use (unless I brick my HTC One, currently on CM 10.2, aka, 4.3.1)
My best available toy at the moment is an ol' (Toro) Vzw Gnex, and I'm dying to tinker with it.
I have access to a PSTN accessible/working Cisco CUCM server
(v.9) inside a Firewall where I work (and even better WIFI there, albeit on a different VLAN), which I could set it up for VoIP with (purely as a testing/learning tool), but I'm also seriously considering putting Linux on it.
Thusly, dear friends, which is nobler then?...
(1) To go the VoIP route, and use WIFI + a VoIP client?, and can'st ye offer any advise on a client I should use (other than Jabber, duh)?
~OR, Good Fellows~
(2) Shall I go the Linux route?, and can't ye offer a humble servant any link (or some tips) on installing a very FAT (inclusive) Linux server, with package mgmt (aka, Ubuntu Touch seems rather slim for my tastes)??
- HTC One M7 (AT&T)
- Verizon Galaxy Nexus SCH-i515 LTE(Toro/Tuna)
- AT&T Atrix 2 MB8656 GSM
- HTC Nexux One GSM