How TrueConf Users Can Make a Test Call via SIP/H.323/RTSP

Vladislav Panzhar
December 6, 2019
Vladislav Panzhar
Categories: Knowledge Base

During video conferences, TrueConf Server users can connect to endpoints and IP cameras via SIP/H.323/RTSP protocols. Here, in this article, we will show you how to test this feature by making a call to public SIP/H.323/RTSP endpoints. You can find the list of such sources below.

The number of SIP/H.323/RTSP connections depends on the server license. TrueConf Server Free provides 1 connection which is enough to make a test call.

Making a test call to SIP/H.323/RTSP endpoints in TrueConf client application

Enter one of the call strings given below into the application search field.

Please note that we are not responsible for the accessibility of these endpoints; so, keep in mind that they might not be available at the time of testing.
Protocol Name Result Call string format
SIP Gary Echo Echo Test (Audio/Video)
Cisco Loopback Virtual Room (Video)
Astronaut Echo Echo Test (Audio/Video)
SIP Test Call Echo Test (Audio),

President Echo Echo Test (Audio/Video)
H.323 Singapore View Real-Time Streaming (Singapore)
Watch Loopback Video
Parrot Echo Echo Test (Audio) #h323:111@
Skyline Austin #1 Real-Time Streaming
Alexa Test call Lifesize Endpoint
RTSP BigBuckBunny (Wowza Test) Cartoon streaming
Beach Real-Time Beach Streaming #rtsp:
Scheveningen Boulevard Live WebCam Real-Time Boulevard  Streaming (Netherlands)
Scheveningen Strand Live WebCam Real-Time Boulevard  Strand (Netherlands)
Scheveningen Surf Live WebCam Real-Time Beach  Streaming (Netherlands)


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